The disconnect between students and counseling offices is not what you think. By Anonymous Student On January 20th, a letter directed towards the ABCUSD school district was posted on Instagram. “This is not the first time you have heard of our struggles.” the author argues. “We have been shown time and time again no matter … Continue reading Open Letter: “They don’t care about our mental health”—or do they really?
By Zyra Danielle Urfano Two women from Ireland partnered up to provide a platform where they discuss their everyday life and give helpful tips that may be beneficial to the community. Moya Mawhinney and Lauren Fitzpatrick are two university students who decided to create a podcast which revolves around the idea of “wine chats,” where … Continue reading The Dada Podcast: An Experience of Happiness and Tranquility
By NARY PARK Music genres have changed over the years: from rock to r&b, from country to hip-hop. There have been new genres and old genres, all coming and blending together to make up a diverse industry. However, the most popular genre in recent years has been pop, with soprano singer Ariana Grande at its … Continue reading Grande’s ‘Positions’: both catchy and overrated
By Angelina Lee Interested in learning or teaching coding? This year, the Code Jam team will be hosting a virtual hackathon from 8 AM to 8 PM on Saturday, February 27th. At the hackathon, you can code with friends and learn from professionals to have fun and level up your coding abilities. This event is … Continue reading Code Jam: A Virtual Hackathon
By Gabriel Oliveira Over Winter Break I was hanging out with a couple of friends and they went over to Starbucks and got themselves a drink. Up to that point, I had never had Starbucks or any coffee as I was simply uninterested in coffee. However, being pressured to order something from Starbucks, I got … Continue reading Review: Warmly welcomed into the coffee cult