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The meaning of life

Ashna Paul, Features Editor

February 4, 2016

Filed under Editor Columns, Features Editor

Everywhere I look, I see people stressing over school and life. Every time I see them, I always wonder, “Is life supposed to be so stressful?” After a lot of thought, maybe not that much, I came to the conclusion that high...

A tale as old as time…

Alexa Wallace, A&E Editor

February 3, 2016

Filed under Arts and Entertainment Editor, Editor Columns

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...

Happily ever after

Ashna Paul, Features Editor

January 13, 2016

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A “miracle” might seem like fairy tale material or just plain luck to many, but I do believe that miracles happen. They are not always life changing but make life better and brighter. They might make us smile temporarily or...

Give Students Freedom!

Vincent Hsueh, Sports Editor

January 13, 2016

Filed under Editor Columns, Sports Editor

With the graduation requirement of two years of physical education or sports, high school students with full schedules such as myself are unable to fit these periods into our daily schedules. I strongly believe that we should be allowed...

‘Will you accept this rose?’

Alexa Wallace, A&E Editor

January 12, 2016

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In the past week I have missed about 35 hours of sleep due to homework, studying and my true love, “The Bachelor.” Ben Higgins is a cutie, but he is not the source of my affinity for “The Bachelor.” Rather, my love ...

I have learned…

Aashi Jain, Ad Manager

June 12, 2015

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It feels like yesterday was my first day as a Warrior, and now I only have one more left. Therefore, I share with you some of the most important lessons I have learned during the past four years. I have learned that trippin...

Our beautiful game

Shawn Medow, Social Media Director

June 12, 2015

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When a "non-profit" organization has reportedly over £1 billion in the bank, there is definitely a problem. FIFA, the governing body of soccer, is ruining the beautiful game. Our beautiful game. Soccer is a game for the people...

The final countdown

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

June 12, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment Editor, Editor Columns

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...

Namaste

Noelle Roys, Web Editor-in-Chief

June 12, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Web Editor-in-Chief

Although this is the last column I will write this year, I am choosing not to focus on saying goodbye by reflecting on my time in high school, or my time with this publication. Instead, I want to talk about my new, unlikely hobby,...

Worlds collide

Michelle Kang, Features Editor

June 12, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Features Editor

Well, here I am, writing my last column. I had imagined it something so grand, filled with profound words and inspirational quotes and all. But really, I don’t want to immerse you in clichés that you’ll regard as “just...

Final thoughts

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

June 12, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Sports Editor

When you bike, there is a period of time in the middle when the greenery blurs and fades, the world narrows to a small point of light in the middle of a tunnel, and all that can be heard is the wind as it whips around your helmet...

Change is good

Marian Sahakyan, News Editor

June 12, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns

With just a few days until graduation, I’ve been thinking about the past 12 years and how much has changed since then. I remember my first day of first grade; I cried so much because I didn’t want my mom to leave; now I’m...

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