With more and more sellers adding tip options to services that traditionally don’t offer the chance for such extra fees, the complexities and contention over tipping have only grown.
Review: HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ makes its fascinating debut
HBO has finally released its highly anticipated “The Last of Us” adaptation, and it’s incredible.
Review: LA’s best ramen: Silverlake Ramen vs. Tonchin LA
As an avid Silverlake Ramen fan since I moved to the area in 2015, I was more than excited to dive deeply into its new competition, Tonchin LA. Our latest addition to Los Angeles’s delicious Japanese cuisine doesn’t fail to impress, especially with its history in New...
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.
The first annual Children’s and Family Emmys celebrated the best in kid-friendly television
Among the 33 television series awarded at CAFE, several shows offer themes of inclusion, diversity and accessibility.
High School Insider year in review: Reflecting on students’ stories in 2022
In 2022, High School Insiders from across the country and throughout the world told important stories about their schools, communities and the issues that matter most to them. Team HS Insider has gathered a collection of these stories to reflect on and celebrate the...
Opinion: Strides to ban books in schools limits freedom
Many places in the United States are making serious efforts to place bans on books in schools, ultimately causing imperative issues on what students are allowed or prohibited to read.
At the 30th annual CSUN J-Day, high school students learned from journalism workshops and competitions
More than 90 students attended the 30th annual CSUN Journalism Day on October 15. Students attended workshops led by professional journalists, competed in media contests and learned from keynote speaker Julio Cortez, Associated Press staff photographer and 2021...
Review: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ offers something vital to Asian America
The sci-fi epic film, “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” expands the possibilities of what Asian diaspora, immigrant and queer futures could be.