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Why Colleges Should Drop SAT, ACT Requirements

By Jenny Wang SAT and ACT are both standardized tests that are used for college admissions in the United States. In the past few years, there have been many problems with these standardized testings. This past August, College Board was accused of …

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First Impressions at a New School

By Peter Li Three months ago, I started to attend Saratoga High School after moving to Saratoga, California, from China. I have been really enjoying my experience at Saratoga High School so far. Founded in 1959 and known as School of the …

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Thanksgiving Traditions in School

By Kevin Bryan Thanksgiving is a holiday that most people enjoy celebrating at home with family and friends. The first foods we often think of are a sumptuous oven-roasted turkey and the most beautifully seasoned mashed potatoes. Some may even think of …

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College Videogame Scholarships

By Derek Dong From their conception, video games have been a heated point of contention between kids and their parents. Parents felt genuine concern when their children played into the early hours of the morning. Often times the children themselves wouldn’t even …

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Class Fixes

By Ajay Krishnan School is a necessary aspect of our lives, shaping the way we are with good and bad experiences. However, one of the most overlooked areas is also one of the most basic: classes. They are the majority of time …

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What is Senioritis?

By Krystal Yang Senioritis. A word that modern high-schoolers like to toss around when they procrastinate on homework, show up late to class, or suddenly call in “sick” on Friday. As a senior myself, I often catch myself complaining about “senioritis” during …

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