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Combatting consumerism during Valentine’s Day

Combatting consumerism during Valentine’s Day

Ava Hedin (she/her), Reporter Feb 13, 2024

Last year, Americans spent nearly $1 trillion on holiday gifts during the winter months, according to CNBC, and this number is only going to rise. Holidays often call for gift giving, and this sudden increase...

Carbon Emissions (Taylor’s Version)

Carbon Emissions (Taylor’s Version)

Rishi Gala (he/him), Reporter Feb 6, 2024

Taylor Swift, a global music phenomenon, has undeniably captivated millions worldwide with her exceptional talent and charismatic presence. Renowned for seamlessly navigating various music genres with...

College Board’s Student Search Service misleads students

College Board’s Student Search Service misleads students

Annika Wegener (she/they), Reporter Jan 11, 2024

The average high school student’s email inbox is overflowing with spam mail from obscure colleges. Proctors encourage high school students to opt in to College Board’s Student Search Service when they...

The worthiness of walkouts

The worthiness of walkouts

Worth it At a predetermined time during the school day, students leave class at the same time to gather outside in solidarity against a major issue. The purpose of a walkout is to unify student voices3...

The dark side behind the world’s biggest obsession

The dark side behind the world’s biggest obsession

William He (he/him), Junior Web Editor, Photo Editor Dec 28, 2023

Jack the Ripper, Ted Bundy, Aileen Wuornos. These three serial killers represent just a tiny fraction of the many serial killers that have their own show or two based on their lives. More recently, Netflix’s...

Stuck scrolling? Short-form media is the perpetrator

Stuck scrolling? Short-form media is the perpetrator

The advancement of social media in the 21st century has changed the way people communicate and connect, making video-sharing and new trends more accessible than ever. In particular, short-form media has...

The district’s decision between money and education: 6-period days

The district’s decision between money and education: 6-period days

Daniel Su (he/him), News Editor, Senior PR Manager Dec 13, 2023

Currently, NSD is facing a debt of $26 million, a common trend across Washington school districts due to financial pressures, a lack of pandemic relief funds and declining enrollment. Because of this,...

Should the SAT continue to be a paper test?

Should the SAT continue to be a paper test?

Starting March 2024, the SAT will be administered digitally rather than the traditional paper format. Additionally, every device used to take the SAT will need to download Bluebook, a testing app from...

Art by Iris Huang

Perfectly legal pay-to-win college admissions

Annabelle Yip (she/her), Reporter Dec 4, 2023

For years, the refrain has been that students from affluent families can afford to buy their way into college; given the Varsity Blues case, it would seem that the chorus is right. On March 12, 2019, a...

Junior Grant Wotherspoon and Junior Jaxon Coburn simulate what they are taught to do during an earthquake: duck under cover, hold on to a sturdy object and protect your head.

Elevating earthquake preparation

To prepare for destructive events, Washington schools have mandatory earthquake drills once a year. However, these practices are only useful if students and staff take them seriously. Although drills...

Editorial: Overdose prevention should start in schools

Editorial: Overdose prevention should start in schools

Claire Meng (she/her), Web Editor-in-Chief, Co-Business Manager Oct 22, 2023

In an environment where drugs are accessible and social pressures can feel overwhelming, teens are susceptible to drug abuse and addiction. Directly linked to drug addiction is overdose, and according...

Drop the bae and chase that A

Drop the bae and chase that A

Jackie Su (she/her), Co-Editor-in-Chief Jun 21, 2023

Young love spreads like a virus in high school. Couples can be seen constantly canoodling in the courtyard and even sharing some borderline inappropriate exchanges. Having a partner seems to be the norm...

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