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Mars Colony

Mars Colony by William Zeng and Michael Yang   There have been no manned missions to Mars, and that is problematic, and unfortunate. It is vitally important to have a manned mission to Mars, as soon as possible, in order to establish …

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Parent Interview: Student Stress and Wellness

Parent Interview: Student Stress and Wellness   On August 9th, the student stress and wellness speech was held. The speech covered the student stress and wellness survey report. We invited couple speakers to talk about the stress that the students have. And …

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Lower The Drinking Age

Lower The Drinking Age By Timothy Ding The drinking age in the United States is 21. In other countries, the drinking age is significantly lower, at 18. These countries also happen to have a lower drunk driving accident rate. Yet while this …

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Is Trump Who he Says he is?

Is Trump Who he Says he is? by Michael Yang As of late, Donald Trump has garnered much controversy over his plans to run for President of the United States. His rash personality, and extreme views have led many to believe that …

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Soylent, Yeah!

Soylent, Yeah!   Food, or some type of nutrition and sustenance, is necessary for all species. If you take a look at this pyramid, you can see that the need for food is located at the base of the human needs pyramid. …

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Tracking the Benefits of Fracking

Tracking the Benefits of Fracking by Shirley Cheng   Humans tend to disregard a problem until it becomes so big that it’s almost impossible to solve.  Global warming is one of these problems.  Sure, we all know that global warming is happening …

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Skipping a Grade in Math

Skipping a Grade in Math: the Pros and Cons Skipping a grade in math for many students is an excellent option, but there are some disadvantages that can affect a student’s choice.   Benefits: It can stimulate interest in mathematics and strengthen …

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Live a Dignified Life

Live a Dignified Life By Sun Yan (Translated by F. Chen) Today I chatted with a new friend on WeChat. He lives in Beijing. He asked me how long I have been in US. I told him I’ve lived in the U.S. …

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Benefits of Chess

Benefits of Chess by Shirley Cheng   It is commonly held belief that playing chess makes you smarter. Within the field of chess players, there is no consensus as to whether or not this is true. However, there is one belief that …

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Hackathon

Hackathon by Selynna Sun   When people hear the word “hacking,” many associate that with illicit activities that exploit various types of modern computer technology.  However, for the many people involved in the tech industry, that’s only what it means some of …

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