Faux real faux-bias

Faux real faux-bias

Sharon Pan, Online Managing Editor
November 21, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Breaking news! Faux-bias are taking over the nation as we speak. From Fear-bola, anarchno-bia, to bee-fauxbia, it is believed that 308,000 Americans are suffering from faux-bias today. These irrational fears have grown tremendously since Fear-bola has taken over. Faux-bias are caused by the amygdala... Read more »

What so proudly we hail? Central needs more Veterans Day recognition

What so proudly we hail? Central needs more Veterans Day recognition

Maya Fenter, Front Page News Editor
November 11, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

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Women should dress modestly but creatively for Halloween

Women should dress modestly but creatively for Halloween

Naga Vivekanandan, Profiles Editor
October 31, 2014
Filed under Opinions

Halloween is one of the few holidays that Americans from many backgrounds celebrate. But lately, seeing some people’s costumes makes me think, honey, if Jesus could see you right now, what would he think? Here are my top reasons why girls should choose to dress modestly for Halloween. Number one:... Read more »

Teens should take advantage of American Dream

Sharon Pan, Online Managing Editor
October 19, 2014
Filed under Opinions

First world problems. How many times have we heard a friend sarcastically sneer that someone for complaining about their drained phones? How many times have we been jealous over a new accessory or car that we’ve wanted? How many times have we ignored everything we have in our lives, only to find... Read more »

LAN Down Under: Internet censorship should be limited at school

LAN Down Under: Internet censorship should be limited at school

Drew Quiriconi, Opinions Editor
October 15, 2014
Filed under Opinions, Showcase

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More accurate cultural representation needed in media

More accurate cultural representation needed in media

Sharon Pan, Online Managing Editor
October 12, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions, Showcase

I admit I get excited if I see an Asian actor pop up in the media, on television, or simply in a funny commercial. Better yet, if I see an Asian lead in American media (Jackie Chan’s “Rush Hour” series are to die for), I might fall off my seat and call over my family to come watch. With... Read more »

Dress codes needed for a positive learning environment

Nicole Simos, Correspondent
July 13, 2014
Filed under Opinions

In social media sites like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Tumblr, a youth-dominated revolution has been brewing. It started when Lindsey Stocker, a Montreal High School student, became outraged by her high school’s dress code regulations. After being told to change her shorts, deemed “inappropriate”... Read more »

Photoshop: When will it end?

Alison Pfaff, Correspondent
April 14, 2014
Filed under Opinions

American Eagle's lingerie brand Aerie has began a new campaign with non- Photoshop- enhanced models. This has made a remarkable change of pace to today's society's perception of beauty.  their new campaign, emphasizes that "The Real You is Sexy." It shows picture of girls with their natural flaws such... Read more »

Affluenza: A joke, not a condition

Josh Clayton, Business Manager, Staff Writer
March 24, 2014
Filed under Opinions

In February of this year, Texas teenager Ethan Couch got behind the wheel of a car with a blood-alcohol level three times the legal limit for an adult. If driving intoxicated wasn’t enough,  there were traces of Valium found in his system. He lost control of his pickup truck and plowed into a group... Read more »