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The symbol of a face mask in America versus Asia

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Examining the reasons why Americans aren’t encouraged to wear masks as opposed to Asian countries
April 14, 2020
Examining the reasons why Americans aren’t encouraged to wear masks as opposed to Asian countries

Recalling major news events from Summer 2019

Recalling major news events from Summer 2019
Exploring students’ reactions to summer news events
August 25, 2019
Exploring students’ reactions to summer news events

Buying Local

Buying Local
Exploring local businesses in Cupertino
May 22, 2019

Engaging in intergenerational conversation: CSF volunteers at retirement home

Engaging in intergenerational conversation: CSF volunteers at retirement home
CSF volunteers learn from another generation as they participate in an arts and crafts social
March 15, 2019

unior Ellie Chen draws a small rectangle on a piece of paper, labeling it “green.” She continues to draw bigger rectangles, labeling each with a different color, and hands it to the senior citizen...

Easy ways to read the news

Easy ways to read the news
A few methods to quickly become informed
March 11, 2019
A few methods to quickly become informed

State divided: Political factors that have lead to a governmental divide

State divided: Political factors that have lead to a governmental divide
Factors leading up to shutdown including lack of compromise and a divided government.
February 8, 2019

he second government shutdown of Donald Trump’s presidency began on Dec. 22 and persisted to Jan. 27, becoming the longest government shutdown in U.S. history at 36 days. A government shutdown stems...

So… what exactly is going on?

So… what exactly is going on?
When the world needed it most, news coherency vanished
February 8, 2019

Certainly, news comprehension has failed to take root. Prior to the ‘fake news’ era bombarding of recent years, news coherency concerns extended to the principles of news comprehension. The diction...

Keeping up with the news

Keeping up with the news
Teens must follow the news closely to help create a better future for our generation
February 6, 2019

Like. Share. Retweet. Hashtag. Our generation is consumed by social media and technology, constantly updated on the newest memes and hottest clothing trends. Despite the accessibility and convenience technology...

Meditation in the classroom

Meditation in the classroom
Physiology program incorporates meditation into curriculum
October 22, 2018

Meditation is often associated with a sense of peace, accompanied by the image of a levitating figure with their legs crossed and index finger and thumb gently touching. When placed in the context of a...

An unforgettable experience: Learning the Japanese culture

An unforgettable experience: Learning the Japanese culture
Former Toyokawa and Cupertino student exchange participants reflect on their experience
October 22, 2018

The smiles. The signs. The excited atmosphere. These were the most noticeable elements that were etched into Cupertino students’ first impression on their trip to Japan. The Toyokawa and Cupertino student...

Constant Change: As my eyes opened

Constant Change: As my eyes opened
Overcoming my aversion to the news
October 10, 2018
Overcoming my aversion to the news

A Gender Sexuality and Alliance Q&A with French student teacher, Marie Roy

Spanish teacher Joyce Fortune, advisor, and club officers Maya Tate, Natasha Lee, and Stephen Migdal (left to right) talk about their plans for National Coming Out Day on October 5th, hosted by the Gender Sexuality and Alliance club. Photo by Dhruvika Randad.
September 28, 2018

Along with the usual Q&A that introduced new members to the club, a special guest was introduced: French student teacher Marie Roy. As an incoming teacher for the new year, she believes that it is...

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