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Trump and Adolescents

| May 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
Trump and Adolescents

It has been over a few good months since Donald Trump has been taken the position of Commander-in-Chief and since the beginning the younger generation doubted his capabilities in leading the most powerful country in the world.  And while the opinions of many adults have been taken into consideration, those of Generation Z feel they […]

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The Effect of Music on Millennials

| May 17, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Effect of Music on Millennials

Everywhere I go, I hear it. No matter where I may be, whether it is at school, a restaurant, the mall, and even my home, there’s no escaping it. For many, music is a daily part of life, especially for millennials. According to Digital Music News in 2016, “Millennials listen to 75% more music than […]

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Affirmative Action

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
Affirmative Action

As a policy that seeks to correct for past wrongs by doing something in the present, affirmative action has been controversial since its inception 25 years ago. That controversy continues today as it comes once again under judicial review and under the scrutiny of general public. Some argue that though the pursuit of racial justice […]

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The Importance of Customer Service

| May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Importance of Customer Service

United Airlines has been under fire for its upsetting customer service. On Sunday April 9th, 2017, Doctor Daniel Dao was one of the many passengers boarded on an overbooked flight to Louisville, Kentucky. Seats were needed for four United Airlines employees and three passengers complied without any objections. However, Dao was singled out and was […]

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Local Communities Gather to Commemorate the Armenian Genocide

| May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
Local Communities Gather to Commemorate the Armenian Genocide

On April 24, thousands of people spent their day in Los Angeles to march in commemoration of the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian genocide. Organized by Unified Young Armenians, the march began at around 10 AM in Little Armenia. The marchers put traffic to a halt and filled the streets with “Shame on Turkey” chants […]

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Preparing for the AP Exams

| May 10, 2017 | 0 Comments
Preparing for the AP Exams

The over-looming time for the AP exams have arrived.  After finals and midterms, students might find themselves relaxed and relieved from their school studies and projects.  However, a student’s study is never over. AP Exams have finally begun and will last from May 1st to May 12th, making it the busiest two weeks for students […]

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Dress to Impress?

| May 8, 2017 | 0 Comments
Dress to Impress?

“Dress to Impress” no longer seems to be the fashion motto that people around the world stay true to with the newest trend of “athleisure” – wearing athletic clothing in non-athletic settings – dominating the fashion and retail industries today. Athletic-casual wear has become increasingly acceptable for use in a variety of situations, and customers […]

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Tension Rises Between North Korea and World Powers

| May 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
Tension Rises Between North Korea and World Powers

On April 7, two superpowers met in Florida. At Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, the US president met with Xi Jinping to discuss two pressing issues – trade between the US and China and the denuclearization of North Korea. The denuclearization of North Korea was a huge topic. Just a few days after the meeting, both […]

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L.A.C.E.S Bids Farewell to Faculty and Welcomes Others

| April 26, 2017 | 0 Comments
L.A.C.E.S Bids Farewell to Faculty and Welcomes Others

The faculty members that did leave, left for various reasons such as a better job opportunity or promotion and even pregnancy. The faculty members that have replaced them seems to be adjusting well, but it hasn’t sat well with many students due to the fact that the faculty members that left taught challenging AP courses […]

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Do Men with Jewelry Get Viewed Differently than Other Men?

| April 19, 2017 | 0 Comments
Do Men with Jewelry Get Viewed Differently than Other Men?

Over the past years, I have noticed that men with jewelery are getting viewed differently than males who do not have jewelry. When males start putting on earrings, rings, piercings, and so on, they fall under the umbrella of a sort of “gangster” stereotype. This can cause these men to have disadvantages in society compared […]

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