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Achint Singh, Brittany Chang, and Michelle Bau

June 12, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns

Hello children, we hear you are going to college soon. Enjoy some quick conversation starters from your leaders: Cool Aunt Brick, Evil Queen Achint and Michelle, Just Michelle, that will transform you into a mingling social...

Editorial: Students unite in search of what if

Golden Arrow Staff

June 12, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Editorial

On May 20, students had the fortunate opportunity of listening to the inspirational words of Tyler Durman during “What If Week.” During this week dedicated to bringing students on campus together, Durman shared his thoughts...

Trivia time

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

May 14, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Sports Editor

Take a deep breath in, then exhale it all out. The AP exams are finally over, and all that is left is the last stretch of June before sliding into home plate. To help ease into this final push, here are some intriguing and weird...

Go with the flow

Noelle Roys, Web Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Web Editor-in-Chief

As a soon-to-be college student without a clear vision of what I want to do with my life, I am not as nervous about going out into the world as I should be. I constantly struggle with finding an answer when an adult asks me, “What...

Being Bengali

Samiha Ali, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Print Editor-in-Chief

You’re Indian, right?” It’s a question I am asked rather frequently, to which the answer is always “no.” I am actually Bengali, as in my parents immigrated to America from the country of Bangladesh. If you have never...

1109 Montgomery St.

Michelle Bau, Opinion Editor

May 14, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Opinion Editor

San Francisco. Telegraph Hill. Montgomery Street. The view there is absolutely gorgeous, a bird’s eye perspective of the bustling city and towering buildings just down the hill. Walk up a little, climb some stairs and you reach...

Editorial: No fare makes science fair fair

Golden Arrow Staff

May 14, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Editorial

This May marks the 64th California State Science Fair, which should invite thoughts of progress and scientific creativity. On the other hand, one may also focus on the gap present between those who have access to professional...

La danz

Michelle Kang, Features Editor

May 14, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Features Editor

“Dance enables you to lose yourself and find yourself at the same time.” I haven’t been dancing for very long, but I enjoy it. Very, very much. It’s just fascinating how your body can be an art form in itself, without...

Racing in the clouds

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Sports Editor

It has been a year since the 20-year anniversary of Ayrton Senna’s death, and I am still amazed at the connections that he has within my family. My father got into Formula 1 in 1992, about two years before Senna died in a...

Attack of the bloodsuckers

Michelle Bau, Opinion Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Opinion Editor

Mosquitoes are most attracted to dark colors, such as black. Did you know that? I certainly didn’t. I found out over spring break, through a commercial advertising online computer games and cats. Don’t ask; I don’t know...

Shhhh

Michelle Kang, Features Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Features Editor

Have you ever been in that situation where you’re talking with someone about a matter you’re both so passionate about, that you just start talking over each other? Or worse: Have you been in that really awkward situation...

What’s in a name?

Samiha Ali, Print Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Print Editor-in-Chief

“Say-my-ha” “Sah-ma-ha” “Somalia” All of the above have been incorrect pronunciations of my name. And no, I’m not kidding about the last one. For as far back as I can remember, both strangers and acquaintances...

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