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Winter Delight

Ashna Paul, A&E Editor

December 16, 2016

Christmas carols, hot chocolate, lights and candy canes are some things that make this time of the year special. One thing that would make this season even more special is snow. I have always pictured a white Christmas, snowmen and ...

Mosaics of Life

Ashna Paul, A&E Editor

November 3, 2016

Beautiful patterns made of hundreds of different natural colors on the doorstep welcome you into every household. Yeah, that's what a 'Rangoli' is. It is a lovely mosaic made during the Indian Festival of Lights - Diwali which was ce...

Early retirement?

Alexa Wallace, A&E Editor

April 15, 2016

I am older than my years may suggest. You are probably thinking I am about to imply I am full of wisdom, but I am wise enough to understand that I know basically nothing. Rather, I act like a stereotypical elderly pers...


Alexa Wallace, A&E Editor

March 16, 2016

In an effort to avoid homework, I watched a BuzzFeed video in which people compared artwork and estimated the value of the pieces. The general consensus was that the uglier the art, the higher the price. But it made me ...

Magic shoes

Alexa Wallace, A&E Editor

February 18, 2016

As a babysitter, and child at heart, I am all too familiar with fairy tales. As I read “Cinderella” the other night, I noticed a hole in the plot. Everyone knows that Cinderella abandons the prince right before midnight so tha...

A tale as old as time…

Alexa Wallace, A&E Editor

February 3, 2016

Each year as October rolls around, I cannot help but think about how excited I used to be for Halloween. The first day of the month always meant we were going costume shopping. Despite the fact that Princess Belle costumes, f...

The final countdown

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

June 12, 2015

Graduation is in six days, and it still has not hit me that my time as a Warrior is coming to a close. I imagine that I will only fully realize it as I am walking towards the stage to receive my diploma, trying not to trip. For...

The cycle of comebacks

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 23, 2015

Fashion and music trends from the past always seem to make a comeback into mainstream culture decades after they originally emerged. For example, today we see teenagers listening to the same kind of music that their parents and...

The art of makeup

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 30, 2015

Makeup is something that should be considered a form of art by more people in today’s society. From my own personal experience, I know that creating perfectly winged eyeliner or understanding how to contour is not as easy as...

The thrill of watching documentaries

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 11, 2015

One of my favorite things to do in my free time, especially if I am sad and want to distract myself, is to watch documentaries. I think documentaries are one of the most unique and enjoyable forms of film because they offer you...

Learning to love reading again

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

January 20, 2015

In my elementary and middle school years, reading new novels for fun on a regular basis was actually a pastime I enjoyed. I would read my favorite books in every single moment of spare time that I could afford. When I became a...

Rain, rain don’t go away

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

December 18, 2014

In light of my extreme frustration due to the fact that rain comes and goes in California so frequently because of this state’s bipolar weather, I have been listening to a lot of older songs about rain that bring back many memories. One...

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