South Asians have a long history in America that is often excluded from conversations about the nation’s past.
Opinion: Microplastics, macro problem
While browsing your local beauty store, you might have seen some toothpastes that glitter, or a facial cleanser with “exfoliating” wonders. These products are strategically marketed to appeal to the masses, with substances that...
Deadly fentanyl crisis plagues teenagers, concerning students and school district
LAUSD announced in September 2022 they would distribute naloxone to all their K-12 schools in response to the worsening fentanyl drug crisis. Naloxone is a medication used to reverse the effects of opioids.
Opinion: Class rank system does more harm than good
The class ranking system discourages students to explore other extra curricular interests.
Opinion: Why social justice education matters
Social justice education must be taught in schools to allow students the knowledge to become social agents of change in their communities.
It’s 2023 and women are still barred from education and work
Last month, the Taliban administration in Afghanistan barred women from attending university and working for humanitarian organizations.
How a fake courtroom became ground zero for the high school experience
At GALA, a unique combination of theatre and law has created an unprecedented community battling its way up the competitive rungs of California mock trial.
Biden’s Student Debt Relief struggles to gain approval
The Biden Administration’s Federal Loan Forgiveness Plan is put on pause as it undergoes legal barriers.
5 steps to launch your filmmaking journey in high school
High school students have the potential to explore and practice filmmaking while growing valuable connections.
American kids are eating more junk food
With the increased consumption of ultra-processed junk food, many American children are not receiving the nutrients needed to thrive.