Just because Hanukkah takes place around the same time as Christmas doesnt make them the same.

The Jewish Point of View of Christmas

Nadav Golden, Columnist December 1, 2021

Although most people in the U.S. love and enjoy it, there are people that don't realize there are a large number of people who don't celebrate Christmas at all. As a Jewish person, I look at the Christmas...

Unified Sports promotes diversity in sports.

The Importance of Unified Sports

Rafael Cruz, Columnist November 14, 2021

Unified Sports connects individuals that are around the same age, with and without disabilities, to play on the same team. Unified Sports is most recognized by “The Special Olympics,” an organization...

Your personality and your favorite color may be correlated.

What Your Favorite Color Says About You

Zane Khogyani, Columnist May 28, 2021

Our world is diverse with color, being able to see around ten million different colors. From book covers to buildings, color is everywhere. Little do we realize how much of an impact color actually has...

Aphantasia and Hyperphantasia

Aphantasia and Hyperphantasia

Lilly Wolfe, Columnist May 21, 2021

Anti-Homeless Architecture

Anti-Homeless Architecture

Brandon Dosen, Columnist April 26, 2021

The rainbow infinity loop, used to symbolize autism and the autistic community, the gold infinity loop, part of the #LightItUpGold campaign, and a red background, to support the #RedInstead campaign.

Autism Awareness Day

Rebecca Harris, Columnist April 2, 2021

What is autism? Autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD, is a developmental disability. This means that autistic people are born with autism, and it starts developing at a very young age....

Changes are made to the NCAA weight rooms after reports of sexism.

Sexism Sparks During March Madness Tournament

Amelia McCrory, Columnist March 29, 2021

NCAA March Madness is one of the most important and entertaining events in not only college, but also American sports. It is the Division I College Basketball tournament that takes place for both men and...

Rosie the Riveter was the face of the female workforce during WWII.

Women’s History Month

Rebecca Harris, Columnist March 22, 2021

Women’s History Month is celebrated all over the world to recognize the many women throughout history who have made an impact on the world. What originally started as a small celebration in Santa...

There are many ways to support local Black-owned businesses in the valley.

Black History Month

Rebecca Harris, Columnist February 17, 2021

Started in 1976, Black History Month is a time to celebrate and recognize the Black community. Black History Month is celebrated in the United Kingdom, United States, Netherlands, Germany, and Canada,...

Does your favorite subject show how your brain works?

The ELA Mind vs. the STEM Mind

Sophia Geisler, Columnist January 10, 2021

The brain is an extraordinary thing, and it’s amazing how much it controls. I decided to do a survey on students who enjoy ELA subjects versus students who enjoy STEM subjects, and the difference in...

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