Facebook Reaches Out to Users in Expanded Suicide Prevention Feature

ELTON HO Copy Editor FARRAH LUU Staff Writer On Feb. 25, Facebook announced new updates that would provide more resources and support for users who may be struggling with suicidal thoughts. One of the new features is an option to report Facebook friends’ posts if they appear to indicate a direct threat of suicide. Once a post is reported, safety

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Teen Woes

JANET GUAN Staff Writer High school is a well-known landmark in the teenage experience. Not only is it the place where adolescents grow academically, but it is also where students are introduced to skills that will aid them in life later on. Young high school students can never have too much advice to guide them.

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You’re a True Friend

JENNY LEE Features Editor “You did NOT just snitch on me,” so-called friend A rages, sassily Z-snapping friend B. “You spilled my secret 17 years ago!” supposed Friend B counters, still holding onto that kindergarten hatred. A chain of drama unravels. Although not every relationship lasts forever, certain friendships last longer. There is no definite recipe to having long companionships.

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Treat Teens With Talks, Not TV

CINDY LUO Staff Writer It is not necessary to emphasize how influential media is in the lives of young adults in the 21st century. Nonetheless, the argument about whether its impact is positive or negative remains controversial, especially when the topic is related to sensitive subjects such as teen pregnancy. Both MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” and its spinoff series “Teen

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