Kansas Resorts to Legalized Discrimination

CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief A prominent figure at all times and especially so during Black History Month, Martin Luther King, Jr. is oftentimes celebrated for leading a significant civil rights movement and helping end segregation. Because of the historical importance of his actions, it’s a real slap in the face for Kansas to, in essence, attempt to revive segregation

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WRITE OR WONG?: Teen Petitions Disney: We Can’t All Be Princesses

KAYIU WONG Staff Writer As a wholehearted Disney fanatic, I believe that Disney movies never leave us regardless of our age and Disney characters will always be here to captivate and inspire children. However, that does not mean these inspirations always deliver the right messages. The images and body types of Disney princesses for example, give unrealistic depictions to young

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Keep an Eye on Wi-Fi

JANET GUAN Copy Editor The word radiation seems to take on a negative connotation when mentioned. However, the word simply stands for energy moving through space. Nearly everything that exists emits radiation at various levels. Just as multiple amounts of radiation exist, certain levels of it can be beneficial or detrimental. Radiation emitted by wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) falls under radiofrequency

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Future Waves of America

ELTON HO Staff Writer To many, the thought of radiation exposure strikes fear into the heart. The deadly waves are known to cause health complications in generations of humans. Yet, another side exists to the destructive force. Over the past years, scientists have been harnessing the power of radioactive waves for practical applications in technology such as cell phones, Wi-Fi

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Sweet Labels Attack Sugary Drinks

BARRY CHEUNG Staff Writer On Feb. 13, California senator William Monning introduced the California Sugar Sweetened Beverage Safety Warning Bill (SB 1000), which requires bottling companies to place warning labels on sodas, energy drinks and any other types of sweetened drinks with 75 calories or more. State bureaucrats conduct checks on the businesses to check if labels are utilized. If

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