“My parents’ generation was taught to not show fallibility or vulnerability. Mental health was diminished because it was being compared to the hardships of traveling across seas to a new country with only the money in their pockets and the clothes on their back.”
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Nadia Chung is the Managing Editor. She is an avid writer and competitive debater who is interested in social justice, human rights, political science, and philosophy. She is also thoroughly involved in the arts, especially classical debate. Additionally, she is the president of the LCHS Speech and Debate team.
As we nervously watch representatives make decisions that will impact our futures, here are a few ways we can communicate our perspectives and ensure our voices are heard.
Right before President Biden's first 100 days in office are over, he will give his first address a joint session of Congress today at 6:00 P.M. PST. Read what Biden has done in his first 100 days and why the majority of students approve of what he has done so far.
What happens when we give technology the power to magnify and hyper-exploit our biases?
Leveling out the political “playing field” with compulsory voting means replacing the culture of exclusion and inequality with a culture of civic engagement and political participation.