Petty Perspectives is a column highlighting the rants and thoughts everyone thinks but never get a chance to put into words. This time, we hear from Life and Arts Editor Beth Gonzales, who believes drinking milk out of a small pouch reminisces the allure of childhood.
It’s good to know about overall racism, but diversity training needs to be more localized. Be specific in how to stop racially implicit bias.
As midterms approach, students find the need to adjust their study habits to be successful during the online fall 2020 semester.
Three weeks into remote learning, challenges remain for LAUSD parents, students and teachers.
Students who want to become teachers have to make several sacrifices, which include navigating the uncertainty that comes with the profession.
Sacrificing a stylish backpack for a sturdy one may save hundreds of dollars in the long run.
The sun has reemerged, the flowers at Point Dume are in bloom and the butterflies have started their migration. It looks like that groundhog was right: Spring is coming. Spring back home in Seattle means the grass has regained its green hue, the trees are growing new leaves, the birds have begun to sing again […]
Back in the day, Sally didn’t compare her life to others. She got mostly B’s in school, and a couple C’s that her parents still don’t know about. She enjoyed reading historical fiction and joining family on vacations to Montana. She was introverted, to say the least, but savored her solitude. Overall, Sally was happy […]
Photo Courtesy of Daniel Kibuuka Senior Daniel Kibuuka met the people who would help change the course of his life when he accidentally broke one of their windows as a child. They called him in for a talk, and he said he knew he was “in so much trouble.” But instead, the people inside the […]
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