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The road less traveled

Noelle Roys, Web Editor-in-Chief

April 23, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Web Editor-in-Chief

Over spring break, my family and I set out on a week-long road trip to Portland, Oregon. As frequent Northern California-goers, our original plan was to take I-5, knowing that this route would get us to our destination fast, and...

The cycle of comebacks

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 23, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment Editor, Editor Columns

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...

Editorial: Finnish students finish first

Golden Arrow Staff

April 23, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Editorial

Can you name a famous person in Finland? What about a historical event? Imposing landmark? It is not that Finland does not have its share of Olympic athletes, technology celebrities or brilliant architects, but "Nokia" is all...

Editorial: A new era of net neutrality

Golden Arrow Staff

March 30, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Editorial

With advancements in technology comes new additions to the Internet. The Internet allows for free global communication, more resources for students and professors and easy access to the news. With all of this comes net neutrality,...

Stop waiting for that bouquet

Samiha Ali, Print Editor-in-Chief

March 30, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Print Editor-in-Chief

Over the month of March, I found myself returning to a terribly problematic addiction— Pinterest. In my excessive pinning, though, I stumbled upon a quote that really struck a chord with me: “Plant your own garden and decorate...

Rerouting, rerouting

Michelle Bau, Opinion Editor

March 30, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Opinion Editor

The other day, I found myself staring off into space. Yes, instead of actively working on that important, upcoming AP Literature essay, I was vacantly looking at the white, blank wall above me. I don’t even remember what I was...

Another choice

Michelle Kang, Features Editor

March 30, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Features Editor

These days, I’ve been learning so much about life. Sounds cliche, right? But then again, how can anyone dismiss precious opportunities to realize a new insight about the tiresome nature of life, or renew a love for life that...

Winter mishaps

Avantika Vivek, Sports Editor

March 30, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Sports Editor

Southern California has always been the most mysterious of places to me. Just in terms of weather, we have pristine beaches next to snow-capped mountains and blisteringly hot deserts astride cool valleys. Since a heat wave has...

San Francisco bound

Noelle Roys, Web Editor-in-Chief

March 30, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Web Editor-in-Chief

For the majority of my time in high school, the concept of moving away from my hometown to attend college seemed very out of my comfort zone and is something I was not even considering six months ago. However, a purple and gold...

The art of makeup

Disha Palimar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 30, 2015

Filed under Arts and Entertainment Editor, Editor Columns

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...

Editorial: the bubble is ready to burst

Golden Arrow Staff

March 11, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Editorial

As August 2016 approaches, Irvine Unified School District continues to prepare for the addition of a fifth school to its chain of well-developed, award-winning high school campuses in hopes of alleviating overcrowding at current...

Subway daydream

Noelle Roys, Web Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2015

Filed under Editor Columns, Web Editor-in-Chief

Big cities have always excited me. I am intrigued by the lights, the smells, the odd people and the constant happenings. However, this may sound crazy, but my favorite part of being in a city is taking public transportation. Somehow,...

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