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Lesser-known Lunar New Year celebrations commence

Two girls feed cabbage to a lion dancer from the Jing Mo Athletic Association during a performance at the Glen Park Public Library. The martial arts group performs lion dances at the library annually.

Halie Kim, Reporter

February 4, 2016

Most Americans return to work or school just days after Jan. 1, but for Asian cultures following the Lunar Calendar, New Year’s celebrations have not even begun. “We celebrate the New Year Jan. 1, but Lunar New Year is when we go all out,” Jane Lee, who teaches Korean language and culture at...

Dinner is a meal best served with family

Dinner is a meal best served with family

India Thieriot, Assistant Copy Editor

November 11, 2015

Families concerned with their children having higher grade point averages and higher self-esteem, as well as lower rates of substance abuse and depression, may be able to achieve their goals by simply sitting down together for dinner. While difficult to organize with varying and interfering schedul...

Two homes, too much stress

December 16, 2013

Tatiana Gutierrez & Madison Riehle Divorce is an unpleasant situation for anyone involved, and children experience additional stress as they try to balance their lives between two households of their separate parents. “Children may feel less secure about life, and their ability to have...

A ‘fair weather’ Christian

December 11, 2012

Liz Smith Editor-in-Chief When it comes to the holidays, unfortunately I am a CEO. For those who are unfamiliar with this acronym, it stands for “Christmas and Easter Only.” My attendance at church didn’t used to be this way. My dad got us up and out of the house every Sunday morning to liste...

It is the season to be grateful for what we take for granted

December 16, 2009

Jovel Quierolo Managing Editor Thanks-giving is always herb-roasted turkey and ravioli in Lodi with my dad’s side. After food and card games, my grandma used to tell us stories about Cedarville — the ranch she grew up on — and how my kid dad dubbed himself king of the manure pile. Another night, u...

Job cuts tighten families

May 21, 2009

Zoë Newcomb Features Editor Rising unemployment rates and seemingly negative lifestyle changes might just be a good thing for families facing job loss and economic insecurity. Sophomore Jamie Haigh’s life changed drastically when her father lost his consulting job four months ago because investor...

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