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.
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What is happening in America? The U.S. is a column that focuses on the nuisances of American politics, elections, and domestic issues. An inside look in the direction of the nation.
After over a year of the Coronavirus Pandemic, there seemed to be an influx of hate crimes against primarily Asian Americans. Following the tragic crimes, President Joe Biden has made a law against Anti-Asian hate crimes.
In a rail yard in San Jose, California, nine victims were killed by a gunman who then took his own life. The gunman, was identified as Sam Cassidy, who worked for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) property, which was where the nine people he killed also worked.
Many students have been pushed online for the better part of the last 14 months, making it harder and harder to test students fairly and equitably. Nonetheless, College Board has elected to administer full-length AP exams for the 2021 testing window to navigate the logistical obstacles of this decision; they gave multiple different testing windows.
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.