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Highlights of the First OHS Annual Roast Session

Highlights of the First OHS Annual Roast Session

Albert Sandru, Editor In Chief March 15, 2021

As the OHS instructors prepared for the vicious roasts of their students, little did they know that nobody was safe. First, the rules were laid out: be respectful, have fun, and use kind language. Then,...

Life in the Shadows: The Horror of Human Trafficking

Life in the Shadows: The Horror of Human Trafficking

Knox Choi and Katherine Viala March 15, 2021

As the world focuses its attention on a variety of issues including social justice, racial inequalities, and climate change, an unnoticed problem has plagued humanity for generations: human trafficking....

How To Hack Your Memory

How To Hack Your Memory

Albert Sandru, Editor In Chief December 9, 2020

Memory. This is an aspect of life that most of us dread. Whether it be forgetting to turn off the stove before leaving the house, forgetting a friend's birthday, or forgetting formulas for an upcoming...

MINI NEWS STORY: LIN MANUEL-MIRANDA RELEASES NEW SONG FOR PUERTO RICO

MINI NEWS STORY: LIN MANUEL-MIRANDA RELEASES NEW SONG FOR PUERTO RICO

Nicole Wu, Staff Writer October 7, 2017

On Friday, Lin Manuel-Miranda -- the Grammy, Tony, and Emmy-award winning creator of the hit Broadway “Hamilton” -- released a song to raise money for Puerto Rico hurricane relief. Hurricane Maria...

MINI NEWS STORY: DEADLY SHOOTING IN LAS VEGAS

MINI NEWS STORY: DEADLY SHOOTING IN LAS VEGAS

Sam Hilton, Staff Writer October 6, 2017

Sunday night, at about 10:05pm local time, a man named Stephen Paddock smashed out the window of his hotel room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. After smashing out the window,...

MINI NEWS STORY: E.U. COURT RULES THAT IT CAN BE LEGAL TO BAN HEADSCARVES AT THE WORKPLACE

MINI NEWS STORY: E.U. COURT RULES THAT IT CAN BE LEGAL TO BAN HEADSCARVES AT THE WORKPLACE

Natalie Wu, Editor in Chief March 14, 2017

The European Union’s top court ruled Tuesday that employers are allowed to ban employees from wearing head scarves provided that it is part of a general policy that covers all religious and political...

MINI NEWS STORY: HOW MARS WAS WARM ENOUGH FOR LIQUID WATER

MINI NEWS STORY: HOW MARS WAS WARM ENOUGH FOR LIQUID WATER

Bassel El-Rewini, Staff Writer February 8, 2017

For years, scientists have had evidence pointing towards the existence of liquid water on Mars at some point in the past. They assumed that greenhouse gases had once been abundant in the red planet, making...

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