The Wrangler

Many high school seniors are experiencing imposter syndrome amid college admissions season.

Imposter Syndrome

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
April 16, 2021
Protestors march together to fight against hate towards the AAPI community.

How You Can Help With AAPI Hate Crimes

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
April 12, 2021
People gathering together to celebrate St. Patricks Day.

The History of St. Patrick’s Day

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
March 22, 2021
March commemorates Women’s History Month to celebrate how female figures have changed the world.

Women’s History Month

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
March 14, 2021
Protestors hold up signs in response to recent Asian hate crimes.

The Rise of Asian Hate Crimes

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
March 7, 2021
Patrick Semansky

The Rise of Amanda Gorman

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
February 28, 2021
February honors Black History Month, a time to commemorate the black figures and events in several countries.

Black History Month

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
February 15, 2021
In America, it is more common to find a monolingual person, contrasting with the rest of the world.

Why Are So Many Americans Monolingual?

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
January 23, 2021
With the decrease of students writing in cursive, some wonder if it is still necessary to learn.

Should Cursive Die?

Anita Tun, Photojournalist
January 16, 2021
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