The Science Survey

Grace Djabre, Staff Reporter

Grace Djabre is a Sports Editor for ‘The Science Survey.’ To her, the most effective journalistic writing can excite readers yet inform them with a powerful message. She also believes that exceptional journalistic photography makes an article unforgettable; it is more common for people to remember an impactful image than a paragraph. Outside of school, Grace enjoys reading historical and realistic fiction novels. In her free time, she also listens to a wide variety of music, from The Neighbourhood to BTS. Grace hopes to study pre-med in college and potentially become a biology researcher. She also plans to travel across the world while pursuing writing as a hobby.

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Gen Z’s resurgence of the Y2K aesthetic has led to the popularity of elements reminiscent of the era, such as Nokia cell phones. And while the Y2K aesthetic is certainly back, its return doesn’t come without a modern twist. (Photo Credit: Girl with red hat / Unsplash)

Gen Z’s Y2K Takeover

Grace Djabre, Staff Reporter
July 19, 2023
Kathleen Espinoza 25 (right) and Amy Sooraj 25 (left) chat over I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou. They both appreciate how romantic academia gives them the motivation to be better students, especially in their studying habits. For them, romanticizing aspects of the mundane make it oddly enjoyable.

A Love Letter to Romantic Academia

Grace Djabre, Staff Reporter
February 28, 2023
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