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.
Freshmen of Fountain Valley: Allison Uong sets up for success
As a setter, Uong is known for being a leader for the team.
Davina Ferreira, the force behind Alegria Publishing, highlights Latinx narratives
Alegria Bilingual Media is a multimedia and indie book publishing company dedicated to amplifying the voices of Latinx and BIPOC creators.
Pandemic neologism: Students reflect on how COVID-19 has shaped the way we talk
COVID-19 has changed the way we communicate with others, impacting the English language, though it remains to be seen which language changes will last for many years to come.
Changing the Latinx community through food, from those who know it best
They speak to the community through food, something that can be understood regardless of native tongue or motherland. Change can be as simple as the smell coming from la cocina.
Seoul for Ukraine: A humanitarian effort organized by Korean International School students
Seoul For Ukraine is a student-led initiative that provides humanitarian aid to the Ukrainian refugees at the Ukraine-Romania Border.
Demystifying individual action: Part hoax, part plan
It’s time to up the fight against climate change.
Bowers Museum: Disney magic and Orange County history
Writer's note: The Bowers Museum gave writer, Brandon Nguyen and photographer, Kevin Doan free tickets. They paid an additional $10 each for access to the Disney exhibit. Legendary Disney artifacts include Dr. Strange’s “Eye...
Aurora and reFAIRe are the new innovative brands representing Virtual Enterprise
The brands are new opportunites for students to get involved.
Opinion: The complexities of the burnt out ‘gifted’ child
As college admission rates become increasingly low, the brain of the former gifted child believes biting off more than it can chew is the only way to go.