Justice for Peter Liang: Accident, Not Crime

DEREK WU Staff Writer 2015 saw an increase in understanding and recognizing social inequality, as evidenced by the growth of the Black Lives Matter movement. This movement, among others, serve as potential gateways for other minorities to rally against unequal treatment, something various Chinese Americans have begun to do for New York Police Department officer Peter Liang. On Nov. 20

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New Facebook Reactions: Don’t Just ‘Like’ It

ERIN KIM Staff Writer On Feb. 24, Facebook launched five new ‘reaction’ buttons: love, haha, wow, sad, and angry. According to Facebook Newsroom, the corporation had conducted global research to determine which kinds of reactions people would most want to use and they came up with these five reactions. Initially, this new feature was launched in 2015 only in specific

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Protesters Seeking Additional Funds for L.A. Schools

MICHELLE LIN Staff Writer Teachers, parents and students are recently participating in rallies across the nation protesting for increased support and funding for public education. In addition to more funding, activists are pushing for more emphasis to be placed on subjects such as art and music. “If it truly does support students and their education, then by all means, paying

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FHA-HERO Advances to State Competition

MADELEINE PARAGAS Staff Writer Led by president Celeste Olmos and adviser Julie Eyre, Future Homemakers of America, Home Economic Related Occupations (FHA-HERO) is a club that focuses on developing career and leadership skills. “In the beginning [of the year we] gear towards training them for [skills to take on events such as] culinary events […] and job interviews,” Eyer said.

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