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Electric Vehicles Get the Green Light
Electric Vehicles Get the Green Light
Julian Sealy, Staff Writer • November 9, 2021

Since 2009, the Fremont Police Department (FPD) in Fremont, California has begun using hybrid powered vehicles in its patrol fleet and in 2019 added its first fully electric...

Starting in October, upper school students began using hall passes every time they left the classroom. They are used for going everywhere except the bathroom.
Bonday Introduces Hall Passes
Victoria Berube, STAFF WRITER • November 9, 2021

   Recently, hall passes have been introduced on campus for the purpose of maximizing safety and having a more accurate attendance record. As a higher number of students...

A Declining Future
Ava Savino, News Editor • November 9, 2021

   Among the famous icons of American birds, the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker was recently declared extinct with 23 other species by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. According...

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True Crime Tampers with the Truth
True Crime Tampers with the Truth
Abby Hernan, Staff Writer • November 9, 2021

   Since Gabby Petito’s disappearance on Sept. 11, Twitter feeds, TikTok “For You” pages, and headlines have been flooded by the news of her murder....

A Dream Waitlisted
Jack Ververis, Opinions Editor • November 9, 2021

College is a numbers game.    SAT scores. Extracurriculars. APs.     College is a numbers game.    It’s a statement that almost every high...

Beyond the Binary
Beyond the Binary
Madeline Peckham, Opinions Writer • November 5, 2021

   Although many students are in favor of abolishing the dress code or heavily amending it, the administration has made it clear that it is not going...

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South Korean Films Achieve Global Popularity
South Korean Films Achieve Global Popularity
Angel Zheng, Staff Writer • November 9, 2021

   A teenage student comes home from a long day at school, craving something that would elevate their mood. They reach for a TV remote or an electronic...

A Broken Record
A Broken Record
Peyton Alch, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

   Rap is too violent. Country is too hillbilly. Classical is too boring. Most music genres carry a stereotype. It’s easy to imagine ways in which...

NFTs: Technology of the Future Today
NFTs: Technology of the Future Today
Aetant Prakash, Staff Writer • November 3, 2021

   Earlier this year, crypto-millionaire Vignesh Sundaresan bought an online picture, an NFT, for $69 million at a Christie’s auction. Yet...

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The Progression of Profanity
The Progression of Profanity
Kaylee Ortega, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

   Until the end of the 12th century, the word “silly” was not meant to describe the foolish manner in which a person acts, but instead, was meant...

Disney and Diversity
Disney and Diversity
Taylor Riley, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

   For so many people, Disney movies were an integral part of childhood. They would buy the merchandise and act out the scenes with their friends. However,...

The Power of Stan Culture
Amy-Ruth Gyang, Editor • October 6, 2021

  Periodt, flop, outsold and spilled: words that dominate the reply section of Twitter’s feeds and are used by millions of users known as stans. The...

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