Genshin’s Racist Impact 

A Look Into Colorism in East Asia Through the Open-World Game Genshin Impact. Siena Encarnacion Staff Writer      Genshin Impact is currently the highest-grossing game ever. And it’s not without good reason, as this open-world game does a phenomenal job with almost every aspect– music, content, you name it. However, behind the gorgeous worldbuilding and stunning […]

Opinion: Why We Should Have School Off for Cultural Holidays

The reasons for closing school to allow people of various cultures and backgrounds to celebrate their holidays. Anika Aggarwal Staff Writer In a school as diverse as American High, why shouldn’t we acknowledge some of the holidays that people so greatly value here?      According to US News, over 87% of American High School’s students are […]

I Was Just Lonely….I Was Just Desperate

While the platform of YouTube celebrities may come off as child-friendly at first glance, the disturbing trend of child predation continues to rise Renee Cheung Staff Writer      “Hi Sisters!”      We have all most likely heard this quirky little catchphrase at least once no matter the context. James Charles is perhaps one of the most successful […]

Column: American Students and Staff, You’re Not Being Heard

The FUSD board of trustees and the Board of Education have not made significant progress for both students and teachers evidenced by the recent SRO issue. Abigail Manalese Staff Writer      The Fremont Unified School District and its constituents are performative activists. Years have passed, but the same issues teachers and students are facing have not […]

Space X Launch: Success or Failure?

The SN10 rocket launched triumphantly- then exploded into flames. Namita Nair Staff Writer      On Wednesday, March 3rd at 5:15 CT, SpaceX successfully launched its SN10 (Starship) rocket prototype into the atmosphere of South Texas. Three minutes after landing, it exploded. The launch, originally scheduled for 3pm, was delayed due to last minute adjustments to the […]