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A partial salve at best

A partial salve at best

December 6, 2015

“Let’s not forget that freedom is more powerful than fear, that we’ve always met challenges...by comi... Read more »

On ethical dilemmas, journalistic integrity and 51 kindred spirits

On ethical dilemmas, journalistic integrity and 51 kindred spirits

December 1, 2015

I’ll admit that the thought of attending a conference made up of the best and brightest journalistic... Read more »

Silence speaks louder than words

Silence speaks louder than words

October 12, 2015

Silence. From 3000 students. Even now, almost a week later, I’m still amazed by the way former NBA pla... Read more »

Full metal bracket

Full metal bracket

February 22, 2015

According to the Smithsonian, 60 million Americans fill out a bracket for the NCAA Men’s Basketball... Read more »

Leave it all behind

Leave it all behind

February 5, 2015

Let’s face the truth. Religion in adolescents is less significant than before. From 1930s to 2010s,... Read more »

Faux real faux-bias

Faux real faux-bias

November 21, 2014

Breaking news! Faux-bias are taking over the nation as we speak. From Fear-bola, anarchno-bia, to bee-fauxbia,... Read more »

More accurate cultural representation needed in media

More accurate cultural representation needed in media

October 12, 2014

I admit I get excited if I see an Asian actor pop up in the media, on television, or simply in a funny... 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 election before my 18th birthday. Thanks to a new law passed in Illinois, 2014 is the first year 17-year-olds can vote in the primary elections if they turn 18 before general elections. The rationale behind the law is that someone who can vote in the November general election ... Read more »

Mr. NCHS: Old traditions, new talent

Catt Kim, Profile Editor, Entertainment Columnist

February 11, 2014

Filed under Columns, Entertainment, Opinions

My freshman year I bought Mr. NCHS tickets on the last day they were available, during sixth period lunch. It was completely on a whim, my friend and I were heading to the library when we happened to stop by the table at the front of the cafeteria. The last minute tickets had us sitting all the way in the back– probably the second-to-last row. I knew one of the contestants, but that was by name only. Sophomore year, my friend bought tickets fo... Read more »

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