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The Media is Falling ‘Pho’ Asian Culture
The Media is Falling ‘Pho’ Asian Culture
Leah Tharian, News Editor • October 14, 2021
Over the past decade, there has been a visible rise of East Asian culture represented in Western media. From popular Netflix series, such as Squid Game, to the popularity of foods such as boba, entertainment and food trends from the East are gaining a greater presence in Western society.
The Gram is Down
The Gram is Down
October 14, 2021
Down Under and On Fire
Down Under and On Fire
October 12, 2021
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An Honest Review of Chi-Tea
An Honest Review of Chi-Tea
Safia Khan, Opinions Editor • October 1, 2021

You’ve probably heard of the famed burgers and boba joint taking suburban Lombard by storm. Often recommended and immensely hyped, Chi-Tea is the spot to grab a burger and boba drink. It’s not hard...

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In Defense of Snow Days
February 14, 2021
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Olivia Rodrigos breakup, breakout album shatters world records.
SOUR Strikes a Chord Worldwide
Zaynab Rehman, Editor-in-Chief • October 13, 2021
As of now, SOUR is the third best-selling album of the year, and has received acclaim from plenty of music critics. Regarded as “nuanced and often exceptional” by New York Times pop music pundit Jon Caramanica and a “stunning portrait of adolescence” by journalist Kate Solomon, SOUR has made quite the impression on critics and casual listeners alike.
The History of Horror
The History of Horror
Layan Al-Khaled, Staff Writer • October 12, 2021
With Halloween just around the corner, October ushers in the perfect season to kick back and watch classic horror films and tv shows! But how did horror become such a popular genre? How has its gothic history managed to stay alive in such a competitive artistic climate? And most importantly, what should you watch this Halloween?
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Don't Call Me Mama Anymore: The Story of Cass Elliot
Regina Pochocki , Guest Writer • May 5, 2021
Cass Elliot (better known as ¨Mama Cass¨ from the Mamas and Papas) met her end in her London flat on July 29th, 1974. One month later, The Rolling Stone released an article stating that Cass died as a result of choking on a sandwich while in bed. That was a lie, her manager Allan Car suspected that it was an overdose and told a columnist the fib to ¨save her reputation."
Ramadan Mubarak!
Ramadan Mubarak!
Safia Khan, Opinions Editor • May 1, 2021
Ramadan started on Monday, April 12th and you might have heard of the term, or the phrase “Ramadan Mubarak” in passing and wonder what it is. Here’s a complete breakdown of the Muslim holy month and what you can do to support your Muslim friends: 
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ECO Clubs Green Thumb
ECO Club's Green Thumb
Dress the Halls for Homecoming
Dress the Halls for Homecoming
A Pandemic Competition - Science Olympiad
A Pandemic Competition - Science Olympiad
Her Drive
Her Drive
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An Honest Review of Chi-Tea
An Honest Review of Chi-Tea
Safia Khan, Opinions Editor • October 1, 2021
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Rice Krispies
Safia Khan, Opinions Editor • September 12, 2021
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An Introduction to Mindfulness
Lauren Packard, Culture Editor • April 23, 2021
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Nissan 400Z: Punchy and Powerful
Dhruv Vaze, Opinions Editor • March 30, 2021
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