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Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

May 17, 2017

The simple past time of checking a notification on a phone may only take a few seconds, but excessive time on media can turn into an addiction. “It’s so easy to be on the phone and on social media,” Manisha Punwani, MD said. “I don’t think that’s the problem, it’s the amount. If you are doing it for a limited time and ...

Teen acne sparks issues with confidence and looks

Teen acne sparks issues with confidence and looks

Editorial Board

February 3, 2017

Lizzie Bruce While almost all students get acne at some point due to puberty, genetics or environmental triggers, harsh stigma and lack of media representation can make acne-stricken teens feel abnormal and alone in their battle for clear skin. While shows like “Glee” and “Gossip Girl” relate to the young...

It is the morning after the 2016 election. Now what?

It is the morning after the 2016 election. Now what?

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2016

The people around me have been shaken with disbelief and heartache here in California. No, the world was not coming to an end. Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. For mainstream media and all of the Golden State, that sentence would have been declared as a perceived fallacy ...

Spreading news moves from paper to glass

Madeleine Ainslie/The Broadview

May 27, 2014

Articles ranging from “22 puppies who are annoyed with their owners” to “U.S. cluster bombs keep killing civilians in Yemen” makeup sites such as BuzzFeed, VICE and Mashable, all of whom focus on sharing news mainly through social media. Facebook, which has traditionally been a site for friend...

Culture drives teen drinking

Teenagers are often portrayed in the media as hard partiers who illegally abuse alcohol and caffeine. Teens wrongly try to rationalize parties, alcohol and caffeine as a way to cope with high pressure academic expectations or as a way to unwind on the weekends from stressful academics or extra-curricular activities

December 11, 2012

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Last year’s “Project-X,” a movie portraying a high school house party that got out of control, was more than a cliché. The movie opened at No. 2 in ticket sales, and showed the omnipresence that drinking and partying has in high school culture. “High school is made up...

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