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 »

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 »

Emily Zhen: My first time voting in a political election

Emily Zhen, Managing Editor, Opinions Columnist
March 18, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Today, I had the honor of voting in the primary... Read more »

Mr. NCHS: Old traditions, new talent

Catt Kim, Profile Editor, Entertainment Columnist
February 11, 2014
Filed under Columns, Entertainment, Opinions

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A moment of Zhen: Social media vs. reality

Emily Zhen, Managing Editor, Opinions Columnist
January 28, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Ever been to an awkward party? I know I have. Picture about a dozen teenagers with their faces buried in their phones, thumbing through their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram newsfeeds and pretending to be preoccupied. Besides the clicking vibrations emanating from phone keyboards, the room resonates... Read more »

Staying plugged into news

Emily Zhen, Managing Editor
January 13, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Staying up to date on current events is the exception for many students these days. With the rapid development of technology, information can be shared faster than ever. Breaking news from all over the world can be communicated instantaneously as it is occurring. However, most teenagers don’t use... Read more »

Should retail employees be forced to work on holidays?

Emily Zhen, Managing Editor
January 13, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

When I think of the holiday season, I picture two contrasting images. The first image I envision is a wholesome scene: family gathered around a dinner table, enjoying each other’s company. The second image is not so wholesome: a mob of impatient shoppers awake at some ungodly hour, trampling each other... Read more »

Emily Zhen: The evolution of high school stress

Emily Zhen, Managing Editor
January 13, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

“I can’t wait for college!” “I have senioritis. I’m only a freshman.” “I’m 50 shades of done with this semester.” As a senior, I hear (or say) these things on a daily basis. I don’t know a single high school student who can look me in the eyes and honestly tell me that high... Read more »

Emily Zhen: My love/hate relationship with annotating

Emily Zhen, Managing Editor, Opinions Columnist
January 13, 2014
Filed under Columns, Opinions

Just as I prepare to flip the page and venture onto page 22 of “The Catcher in the Rye,” it hits me. I forgot to annotate the first 21 pages. Shoot. Reluctantly, I scrounge... Read more »