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Ria Cha, Guest Cartoonist
June 14, 2019
LiChai Epperson '19 makes the point that tragic events similar to the persecution of minorities in the 1930s should not be repeated, so we should raise awareness right now about the Chinese re-education camps.

Hidden in Plain Sight

Afifa Areya, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
The US has been seeing a lack of success in its efforts to persuade allies to adopt an outright ban on Huawei technologies. Lin Zhang ’19 thinks that this is all a testament to the growing global usage of 5G services, and in turn, on companies like Huawei.

Who’s On the Other End?

Angie Yang, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
Chef Ali Gamil stands in front of Jerome’s halal cart, which has been at the corner of Bedford Park Boulevard West and Jerome Avenue for the past eight years.

Tony’s or Jerome’s?

Eytan Stanton, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
Melody Moulton ’20, the president of the Black Organization for Student Strength, is always actively speaking on racial issues within the school and within our community.

Prevalence of Privilege

Eshika Talukder, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
Sally Face, a psych-horror game developed by Steve Gabry, has received incredibly positive reviews from players and already has several chapters available.

Video Game Recap

Shé Edwards, Staff Reporter
March 25, 2019
Sala, played by Jing Mae Wang '20, shows her family (left to right: Candace McQuaig '20, Caroline Gallagher '19, and Ava Vercesi '19) her old letters.

Review: Letters to Sala

Pinkey Lam, Staff Reporter
March 24, 2019
Pictured above, Jay and his father pose in their new truck. “It’s a family business,” he said.

Food Truck Renaissance

Nick Tarr, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2018
Brockhampton’s New York City show on their “I’ll be there tour.”

Iridescence Review

George Crooks, Staff Reporter
December 12, 2018
Cassie Tian ’19 and Liyuan Wang ’19 give their opinions on the staggering suicide rates of physicians.

First, Do No Harm

Hyein Lee, Staff Reporter
December 12, 2018
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