By Stephanie Hai & Katrina Sun ’22 Another month, another brain-cell banter article; this time, a little more serious. Identity-exploration has been a theme we have persistently addressed, and rightly so, with high school being a time permeated by identity crises. In light of the recent rise of anti-Asian hate crime in North America, we... Continue Reading →
By Juliette Levy-Gay ('24) and Emma Aranda ('24) It’s April, which means that it’s officially been just over one year since quarantine began — and one year since our lives changed drastically. There are still lots of restrictions in place, since we’re still living through a pandemic, and nobody can forget the awful things that... Continue Reading →
Though Vancouver, Canada and Chosica, Peru are over 5000 miles apart, the connections made through the Hogar de Gina club know no boundaries.
Silent Day is a significant occasion when it comes to bringing attention to widespread issues in a way you wouldn’t normally expect.
When major injustice exists in our community, we have a responsibility to speak out.