Will we as a species make the right decisions and save ourselves from the global warming crisis that we created or will we wait until it’s too late to do anything and have the mistakes we make now be one of our last?
Posts published by “Noah Chun”
Noah Chun is a student currently enrolled at La Cañada High School. He enjoys studies economics and hopes to become an economist. In addition to being an amateur photographer, he is also the Editor-at-large of the Outspoken Oppa.
The reports of COVID-19’s rapid spread around the globe alarmed people and, as with any emergency, people took to the stores and started to buy. And buy. And buy.
In times of extreme need, people that are looking to make a profit off of other people’s desperation are often looked down upon by society. While it is true that this method of making money is morally dubious, an argument can be made that it helps, and not harms the recovery effort.
Forgiveness. An idea that stretches back as far as humankind and is featured in many of the world’s more prominent religions.
I used to think that war was attractive. In my childhood, I would read about World War II with excitement and wonder. I believed that it was admirable that the nation was able to band together in its greatest time of need in order to defeat a great foe and help liberty and justice prevail.