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Freshman Feature: Walton Cheung

Freshman Feature: Walton Cheung

Which place would you rather be at? Well, if you haven't notice, these two photos were taken at the exact same location! Today's Freshman Feature is from Walton Cheung, who snapped these pictures at the Crystal Springs golf course before and after the fires. Happy Friday everyone and have a great weekend!
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How to Shop More and Spend Less

How to Shop More and Spend Less

Ilaria Freccia '22 If you’re like me, spending the majority of your free time watching Netflix and simultaneously online shopping, sales are your new best friend. Especially when buying trendy pieces, I prefer to shop for more affordable pieces, and invest in more classic styles that will last a long time. Here are the best places to find the hottest trends for the best prices.  Sales: Everytime I go shopping, I always make sure to look in the sales section. This may seem obvious, but oftentimes stores have additional discounts off their original sale price.  Saks off 5th: If you…
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High School Playlists

Bennett Kruse '21 A Playlist for the Freshmen Who Think Their Finals Are Hard “Big Girls Don't Cry” by Fergie “Grow Up” by Roy Blair  “Lost Boy” by Ruth  “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor A Playlist for the Wonder Woofs “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” by The Police “Running” by Nicotine “No Police” by Doja Cat “Violent Crimes” by Kanye “Dog Days Are Over” by Florence + The Machine A Playlist for People Who Didn’t Feel  the Earthquake “Left Out” by gnash “I'll Sleep When I’m Dead” by Bon Jovi “Get Over Yourself” by Kelsea Ballerini “I Feel…
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Should You Go Vegan?

Should You Go Vegan?

Finley Heinzen '23 People go vegan for a handful of reasons, maybe because they want to save the animals or write an article about veganism for their school newspaper, but one reason stands out from the rest: they want to help the environment. A report released this summer by the World Resources Institute, the World Bank, and the United Nations, states that feeding the world’s population with our current meat-based diet will “entail clearing most of the world’s remaining forests, wiping out thousands more species, and releasing enough GHC emissions to exceed the 1.5° C and 2°C warming targets enshrined…
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