Opinion

Who am I to say who I am?

Who am I to say who I am?

As a society, we're often prone to label others based on first impressions alone, even though people know that we're not supposed to judge a book by its cover. But unconsciously, people do it anyways; many of my friends have confessed that for them, book covers play a...

Every 15 Minutes provides distracted driving simulation

Every 15 Minutes provides distracted driving simulation

More than 650 students and parents gathered in a circle on March 5 on the intersection of Wedgeworth and Countrywood Ave., giving a wide berth to the smoking wreckage of cars in the center. Although the weather was warm, many feel chills down their spine as the grim...

Tech Podcast: COVID-19 Discussion

Tech Podcast: COVID-19 Discussion

This episode of the iPodcast delves a little deeper into technology in the medical sector, with a discussion of the recent Coronavirus. Join us as we cover topics ranging from vaccine progress, to at home prevention, to impacts on equities and the tech industry. Enjoy!

Opinion: Schools should not reopen just yet

Opinion: Schools should not reopen just yet

According to the California Department of Public Health, California currently has 148,855 cases of COVID-19, as of June 13, with L.A. County having daily increases of more than 1,000 cases. Despite these numbers, Los Angeles County on Wednesday, June 5, announced that...

Students face a glitchy back-to-school

Students face a glitchy back-to-school

As students begin to settle into the first months of online learning, they face a new set of challenges, unlike in previous years. From getting kicked out of Zoom calls to a new schedule, students share the barriers they face as a result of distance learning. “I have...

Opinion: Bring back home economics

Opinion: Bring back home economics

Wake up. Brush teeth. Get ready. Get a bite of breakfast. Go to school. This is the basic routine for kids around the world. Going to school is necessary in order to be educated in writing, reading, and basic math. But what about the other subjects? Of all the classes...

Opinion: How schools should handle anti-vaxxers

Opinion: How schools should handle anti-vaxxers

As school campuses begin to reopen, a debate remains open across the nation: what to do about unvaccinated students. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently authorized COVID-19 vaccine distribution for 12- to 15-year-olds, and it could soon be available for...