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‘Abominable’ Review: The importance of Asian representation

‘Abominable’ Review: The importance of Asian representation

Vivian Jiang

October 9, 2019

The cultural significance of ‘Abominable’ and what it means for Asian Americans

The race to presidency

The race to presidency

Sreya Kumar and Rachel Jiang

September 27, 2019

People should avoid biased judgement of political candidates based on their appearances

Positivity Podcast Ep. 1: Democratic debates

Positivity Podcast Ep. 1: Democratic debates

Lakshanyaa Ganesh and Oishee Misra

September 22, 2019

t’s easy to resign to dismay while attempting to stay informed about the latest news around the globe. That’s why opinion editors Lakshanyaa Ganesh and Oishee Misra discuss the silver linings that emerge from the seemingly limitless “bad news” shared daily.  On episode one, they discuss the...

Media bias in the democratic debates

Media bias in the democratic debates

Sreya Kumar and Rachel Jiang

September 17, 2019

The unfair treatment of presidential candidate Andrew Yang in the face of media bias

Washed out: walking the line between Asian and American

Washed out: walking the line between Asian and American

Ilena Peng

April 17, 2017

It’s different cultures that make the world go ‘round at the end of the day. -Samantha Fox When I say “Asian-American,” I hope that you’ll take that to mean equal parts Asian and American — the key word being and. But I’ve come to realize people selectively focus on either the Asian or Amer...

Andi Mack: New TV show involving Asian Americans and teen pregnancy

Andi Mack: New TV show involving Asian Americans and teen pregnancy

Becca Zheng

March 31, 2017

he Disney Channel norm has always been to display typical kid-friendly shows: Wizards of Waverly Place, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, Phineas and Ferb and many others. With a majority of Disney shows characterizing typical lighthearted and casual themes, the channel now welcomes a new series wi...