Worlds 2020: The return of the LCK, and (most importantly) Damwon Gaming

By JAE WON SHIN During the time of a pandemic, almost all sports organizations were respectively closed. Big names, such as the NBA and NFL, only recently opened up for the last half of their season and playoffs without in-person seating. One sport, however, continued to have strong viewership: e-sports. Large e-Sports games, such as … Continue reading Worlds 2020: The return of the LCK, and (most importantly) Damwon Gaming

Kamala Harris’ Journey to the Number One Observatory Circle

By Elianna Alcantar Vega Kamala’s runway to the Number One Observatory Circle is already painted, but her journey wasn’t easy. Kamala is a profound woman with so many accomplishments, as a daughter of immigrant parents, she never fails to succeed in the “impossible.”  Kamala Devi Harris' story begins in Oakland, California, on October 20, 1964. … Continue reading Kamala Harris’ Journey to the Number One Observatory Circle

Opinion: The Overlooked Importance of Returning to School Sports

By Joshua So “I don’t go to school for class.  I go to school to play volleyball, and I make it through 5 other classes.” High school sports have become a mere afterthought for everyone but student-athletes as schools have adapted to COVID regulations.  Naturally, we must prioritize some areas over others, given limited resources … Continue reading Opinion: The Overlooked Importance of Returning to School Sports