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My Favorite Crystals

By: Elsa Yang In the past, crystals were used as ancient forms of medicine, with different crystals used to uplift different energies. To simplify, it basically is a spiritual energy that can help you achieve a positive state of mind. Here are …

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Why Spirited Away is My Favorite Movie

By: Elsa Yang Growing up, one of my favorite activities to do was going to movie theatres. I have always loved staring at a big screen in the dark and watching a movie that catches my attention. There are countless movies that …

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Astrology and How to Find your Big Three

By: Elsa Yang Many people have a certain amount of knowledge on astrology, but there is a much deeper area surrounding it. Today’s topic is surrounding your sun sign, moon sign, and your ascendant, otherwise known as your rising. These 3 signs …

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Hot Pot

By: Elsa Yang As someone who visits China every Summer, I have tried a lot of traditional and modern Chinese food. But if you ask me which one I like the most, it would have to be Hot Pot.  When traveling to …

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The Importance of a Neat Desk

By: Michelle Hua If you look at your desk right now, there is a good chance that it’ll be messy. Many people have papers, books, and other random objects piled on their tables. Usually, people have messy desks because they have too …

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Wellness at Gunn High School

By: Sarah Chang I would like to share my thoughts about students’ wellness at Gunn. All of this is solely based on my personal experience and is not written to denounce or condemn anyone in any way shape or form. Personally, I …

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The Art of Aesthetics

Aesthetics, or esthetics, are branches of philosophy that deal with the nature of beauty and taste, as well as the philosophy of art. Aesthetics are particularly popular amongst teenagers. For example, finding an aesthetic is like finding what vibe a person matches …

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Attack on Titan, a Masterpiece in the Making

Elsa Yang “That day, humanity remembered, the terror of being ruled by them, the humiliation of being kept in a cage.” Attack on Titan, first created in 2013 follows the protagonist, Eren Jeager and his struggles of a world dominated by titans, …

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Chewing Gum May Improve Memory

by: Andy Chen I used to stay away from chewing bubblegum when I was young — after all, I was afraid that it would take seven years for the gum to digest if I accidentally swallowed some. While the whole “seven years …

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Studying: Warm or Cool Light

By: Andy Chen Most students know that warm light — rather than the cool light that emanates from smartphones, computers, and other sources — is preferential when preparing to go to bed. Does this same principle apply during the daytime? The short …

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