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This or That: Sushi vs. Steak

Michelle Gu, Writer May 1, 2024

Among foodies across the world, steak and sushi have consistently remained stand-out favorites. Both dishes have their own fans, each with its unique tastes that appeal to different palates. As a ride-or-die...

Social Media and Overconsumption

Social Media and Overconsumption

Alexandra Leinberger, Writer May 1, 2024

Do you Really Need Another Stanley? How Social Media is Pushing Overconsumption onto our Upcoming Generations. By Alexandra Leinberger After a long day at school, you wind down by mindlessly scrolling...

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TikTok Cooking Trend: Emily Mariko, Nara Smith, Feminism, and Domestic Labor

Jennifer Buckley, Writer April 27, 2024

In the ever-evolving landscape of social media, a captivating trend has emerged. On platforms such as Instagram and TikTok, millions of people tune in to follow the lives of women who document their lives...

Source: Discover Magazine

Losing Oneself Within “Self-Discovery”: The Dangers of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MTBI)

Rebecca Zhang, Contributer April 14, 2024

In a world where the concept of identity often revolves around tangible factors such as appearance and career, personality tests provide a breath of fresh air for people looking to define themselves in...

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Squid Game Reality TV-Show: A Twisted Take on Capitalism

Sydney Tsao, Contributor February 7, 2024

Squid Game Reality TV-Show: A Twisted Take on Capitalism The world was taken by storm when Squid Game was released in September 2021. Within one month, the South Korean show amassed 1.65 billion views,...

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This or That: Streaming Services V.S Movie Theater

Jennifer Buckley, writer January 31, 2024

This or That: Streaming Services V.S Movie Theater Entertainment has been a fundamental need since the dawn of humanity, and the landscape in which entertainment is delivered to the audience has constantly...

Math is intricately intertwined with all aspects of life—it’s the very core of how the world works.

Mandatory Math?

Zoe Chung, Writer January 24, 2024

Knowing basic math—like counting change and adding up the number of apples you need to buy—is essential for getting through daily life, but is it valuable to learn math to the extent that we learn...

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Beyond the Books: The Transformative Power of Social and Emotional Learning in High Schools

Lasya Huta, Writer January 24, 2024

In the complexity of the school environment, where academic challenges often take center stage, one question lingers in the minds of students, educators, and parents alike: Can Social and Emotional Learning...

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This or That: No. 2 Pencils vs. Mechanical Pencils

Elizabeth Xiu and Amy Feng January 17, 2024

Amy: No. 2 Pencils/Wooden are better The long debate over which reigns superior, wooden No. 2 pencils or mechanical pencils, has been a continuing and controversial topic among the student body. So,...

Source: The Evanstonian

Likes, Shares, and the Illusion of Change: The Dual Nature of Social Media in Activism

Sara Jankovic, Contributor January 17, 2024

Social media has changed the very fabric of our society. With a simple click of a button, users are introduced to a world of actions and opinions of those living thousands of miles away. With this elevated...


America’s Deep-Rooted Hatred of the Chinese: the Effects of Sinophobia

Reese Wang, Staff Writer December 6, 2023

America’s Deep-Rooted Hatred of the Chinese: the Effects of Sinophobia “You’ve got the virus. We have to kill you.” These were actual words spoken to Jay Koo, a Chinese-American citizen, on...

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Navigating Controversy: Greeley’s Take on Columbus Day

Elizabeth Xiu and Amy Feng November 30, 2023

Navigating Controversy: Greeley's Take on Columbus Day On Monday, October 9th this year, Greeley celebrated Indigenous People’s Day, a holiday formerly known as Columbus Day. Since 1937, the U.S. has...

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