Education

Opinion: Dear College Board

Opinion: Dear College Board

It’s 1:06 a.m. on a Monday in March and I am frantically trying to recall the names of the processes that accompany fermentation not found in glycolysis.  I haven’t left my room in three hours because a break is a royalty I do not have the right to indulge myself in....

Mindfulness Matters: How to overcome imposter syndrome

Mindfulness Matters: How to overcome imposter syndrome

Mindfulness Matters is a column by Vivian Wang that highlights the simple ways that she maintains mindfulness and self-care through the treacherous, life-changing journey of high school. In this week’s article, Wang shares her perspective on Imposter Syndrome and how...

Reading in between the lines: Honing in on handwriting

Reading in between the lines: Honing in on handwriting

Slowly ceasing, day by day, year by year. Once a privilege, now only found within a few. As learned in sophomore history classes, handwriting was first formed by ancient civilizations such as Rome, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China dating back to 3000 BCE. Early writings...