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A year of representation

A year of representation

Philip Chan, Co-Editor in Chief

January 1, 2019


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

2018 was a huge year for Asian representation in American media. As a Taiwanese-American, it was inspiring to see so many Asian-Americans succeed in so many different places. Here are the moments that brought me the most joy this year.   6. Tara Platt and Stephen Oyoung in “Marvel’...

A discussion about concussions

A discussion about concussions

Delaney Callaghan, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018


Filed under Academics, Athletics, Concussions, Top Stories

In the world of youth sports, there is a problem that is becoming more and more apparent: the rising rate of concussions. Recent studies show that 3,800,000 cases of concussions were reported in 2014, which is double the amount of concussions reported in 2004. As for high school sports, according to re...

The Gender/Identity Plays

The Gender/Identity Plays

Andrea Secchi, Photo Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Media, Photo, Photo Slideshows, Politics, The People, Theatre, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Full photo slideshow on AnakaliaFOTO.

Every day needs a night: the issue of light pollution

Every day needs a night: the issue of light pollution

Iris Brucker, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Top Stories

Turning off a light is usually seen as a way to save energy, not stop pollution. But artificial light is ironically often an issue kept in the dark to the public eye. Light pollution an extremely impactful pollutant to the environment, and its effects have become even more drastic is the past couple...

Top five tips for students traveling this year

Top five tips for students traveling this year

Rory Cheevers, Broadcast Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2018


Filed under Media, Opinions, Thanksgiving, Top Stories, Video, Video

As we reach the end of the calendar year, West Linn students, and many other teenagers will get the opportunity to travel during winter break, spring break and summer vacation. This means uncountable headaches that come with traveling, whether it’s dealing with TSA at the airport, or trying to lug y...

Student skating

Student skating

Iris Brucker, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2018


Filed under Athletics, Media, Photo, Photo Slideshows, Top Stories

 

The issue with the rising cost of college

The issue with the rising cost of college

Emma Coke, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

“What college are you going to?” This question is heard in the halls of high schools all across America. More so today than anytime in the past, students have an expectation of going to college. This is not just an expectation of their parents, it is also an expectation of today’s employers. Accordi...

Democrats win House of Representatives

Democrats win House of Representatives

Wally Milner, Gigi Schweitzer, Gracie Cao, Paul Muessig, Cameron Massey, and Andrea Secchi

November 8, 2018


Filed under Current Events, Politics, Top Stories

A wave of victories in suburban America swept Democrats to power in the House of Representatives, giving them their first majority since 2010. With 413 of the 435 seats officially declared, Democrats are assured of at least a slim majority, one they seem likely to add to. A record number of wome...

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