When Words Fail, Music Speaks

Restored Holocaust instruments teach lessons in the modern day through Violins of Hope Khushi Kanchibotla & Emyr Ortiz Staff Writers      The Holocaust and the Jewish struggle before, during, and after World War Two can sometimes seem distant and hard to relate to. Students often learn of this horrific time in history though history textbooks with […]

Bridging a Gap: GiveAbility

GiveAbility members act as agents of change, creating connections with children with special needs Shreya Daschoudhary Staff Writer      One of the most exciting events GiveAbility participates in is the Special Olympics, hosted every year at American. Special Olympics a full-day soccer tournament in which teams made up of students with special needs from various schools […]

Struggling With Sickness During Sports Season

How do student-athletes deal with the infuriating side effects of being sick? Shreya Daschoudhary  Staff Writer      Bruises, sprained joints, and broken limbs are definitely not an uncommon occurrence when it comes to sports. They often have rather straightforward fixes too: apply a cast here, an ice pack there, and rest for a few days before […]

The Race Towards a New Democratic Candidate

Aarya Vaidya  Staff Writer       With the presidential elections just under a year away, candidates are working hard to earn their votes. As the search for the final Democratic nominee continues, many students are spending time to learn more about the candidates through various platforms, though many do not yet have the right to vote.       Though […]