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The story of San Juan as told by its students

The Express

The story of San Juan as told by its students

The Express

The story of San Juan as told by its students

The Express

Similar to the scenario presented by George Washington University, two children reach for an apple tree, but one is granted a taller ladder in order to be able to reach the tree.

EDITORIAL: The Difference Between Equity and Equality

The Express Editorial Staff November 18, 2021

While we strive to achieve equality and promote equal opportunity for all groups and backgrounds, it is time we recognize and reconsider whether certain situations need to first focus on promoting equity...

As the weight of the world is hammered onto senior students, their to-do list makes pressures high. Adjustments needed due to the pandemic does little to ease this weight, where most 2022 graduates are now consumed with an overflow of work.

Senior Burnout: The Increasing Vexation

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer November 1, 2021

Time is of the essence, but what are seniors to do when time is lost, and the future couldn’t be farther away from offering compromise? During a year of hectic change, political divisions, and isolation,...

Ding Tea: A Boba Haven

Eva Smedeby, Opinion Editor October 18, 2021

Some may give the “happiest place on Earth'' title to Disneyland, a pricey theme park with entertaining decorations and fantastic pretzels. I would like to counterthat statement, however, and give that...

Boba Wars

Boba Wars

October 18, 2021

Pengo: Bottle of Happiness

Sydney Wolfe, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

I’ve been on a quest to find the best tea and boba in Orange County for quite a while. As a self-proclaimed boba connoisseur, I can guarantee you that Pengo Drink Station is number 1, and has some of...

Crystals can adorn the hands and wrists in the form of jewelry in order to keep their safeguarding, protective properties nearby.

The Influence of Crystals

Gabby Laurente, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 14, 2021

There is a rise in popularity of metaphysical objects, like crystals, in everyday life. Post-pandemic especially, the appreciation of the spiritual purposes of crystals has grown, and consequently so has...

While saying a racially charged comment in passing may appear harmless, the impact of hearing such comments frequently has been detrimental to minority students.

‘Everyday’ Racism is a Major Problem

The Express Editorial Staff October 14, 2021

With the return of in-person learning, work, and extra-curriculars, students of color are seeing the return of more “casual”, everyday racism in their lives. Commonly, the cases of racism that are...

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Want to Write for The Express?

Jocelyn Serlin, Sports Editor October 14, 2021

Want to write for The Express? We are now accepting letters from students, teachers, and parents. There are two ways to become a contributing writer for The Express. You may submit a comment with...

This autumn, we are experiencing usual high temperatures due to many past environmental and global factors.

It’s Not Just You, It’s Hot Out

Alyssa Morrone, Staff Writer October 3, 2021

As houses begin to be decorated and pumpkin spice lattes are ordered, one might expect that the sweater weather is upon us as well. The wonderful feeling of going outside to a brisk autumn breeze and seeing...

Thespian Club Sign-Up: A student signs up for the International Thespian Society (ITS), a club dedicated to the theatre program. Clubs such as the ITS appeal to students who want to have further involvement in school activities through community work and group organizations.

The Over-Saturation of Clubs On Campus

Anna Ho, Staff Writer October 3, 2021

There are exactly 116 clubs at our school-- around 1 club per every 25 students enrolled. With such a large number of clubs, the variation of these clubs is still somewhat limited.  37 of these clubs...

To Kill a Mockingbird, a tale of prejudices and controversy, remains one of the core books in students curriculum. Its involvement in education, along with several other discriminatory works, remains a shame to the ideas of teaching inclusivity and growth.

Discriminatory Themes In Literature: Why They Must Be Taught Delicately

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer October 3, 2021

It is no secret that literature is controversial. No matter the genre or year it was made, there has always been, and will always be both negative and positive opinions surrounding works. While some...

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