Introduction: Wipe out the Bullies

YI-FENG HO STAFF WRITER Bullying has been a big issue for a long time and for National Bullying Prevention Month this October, we are going to bring awareness to this problem. Over the years, new methods of bullying surfaced, such as cyberbullying, and bullying is still very a serious issue. According to PACER CENTER, a parent training and information center,

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Bullying and Teasing: No Laughing Matter

CRYSTAL CHEAH Staff Writer A bully is a person who tries to hurt others by making them feel uncomfortable such as through calling others names, spreading nasty rumors, making threats or physically hurting them. However, not all bullying behavior is done with intent or with the realization that their demeanor is hurting another individual. Bullying comes in various forms. It

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Moor vs Moor: Should College Athletes Be Allowed To leave Early For The Pros?

Yes ALEXANDER LIN Staff Writer If you were a college athlete, would you leave college early to join the pros? Many athletes such as Ray Lewis and Aaron Rodgers have done exactly that. According to the NFL, for athletes to qualify for the draft, athletes must have been out of highschool for 3 years and have fufilled their college eligibilty

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Did ‘U C’ Berkeley’s Recommendation Letter Request?

NADIA GOV Copy Editor ERIN KIM Staff Writer Contrary to tradition, the University of California (UC), Berkeley announced a new policy in April requesting letters of recommendation from freshman applicants. According to the Daily Californian, students will be able to submit two letters of recommendation, one from a teacher and another from any person of the student’s choice. The deadline

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