Letters to the editor – 3/22 print edition

March 22, 2019
I enjoyed reading the Feb. 22 edition of The Accolade. All the articles were very interesting and fun to read....
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St. Patrick’s Day: Underappreciated or economically exploited?

March 18, 2019
As a Korean-American growing up in Southern California, I have never really questioned the history or importance behind annually celebrated...
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Nothing to cheer about for CIF’s no Sunday performance rule

February 8, 2019
“Dig in!” “Go, fight, win!” “Who are you yelling for?” In its second school year of being officially overseen as...
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More sports teams should offer free food at their events to increase fan support

February 8, 2019
Boys soccer coach Mike Schade knew the Jan. 23 home game against La Habra High School would be an important...
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Here’s some food for thought for upcoming International Food Fair assembly

February 1, 2019
“Who are those energetic humans with the long colorful skirts?” a confused student asks. “Oh, it’s some Latin American thing,”...
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Mr. President, keep America working; don’t shut down government again

February 1, 2019
Now that the partial government shutdown has ended, it’s time for the president to realize that border security is not...
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Donald Trump, abandon that wall (idea), keep the government open

January 31, 2019
Leading up to the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump campaigned on a platform of strict immigration reform. Building a wall...
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Literature Nobel Prize cancellation not problematic

November 13, 2018
Around this time of year, the literary world would be abuzz over the latest Nobel Prize winner in literature. But...
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“The Mind of Jake Paul” proves that Jake Paul isn’t a sociopath

November 13, 2018
You’re probably aware of YouTuber Shane Dawson’s controversial documentary series regarding Jake Paul and his brother Logan Paul. The videos,...
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Kanye tweet stirs controversy — what a surprise

November 1, 2018
Kanye West is no stranger to controversy. In 2014, the rapper singled out two physically disabled audience members who stayed...
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UC protests limit freedom of speech

October 25, 2018
Freedom of speech and freedom of assembly are unalienable rights endowed to the citizens, as stated in the Constitution. Ever...
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Early admissions provide an advantageous opportunity to seniors

October 24, 2018
During this month, many may have noticed that college representatives have been visiting our school to meet with students and...
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Screen Time aids student productivity

October 24, 2018
When the update came for iOS 12, my parents said I needed to download it. At first, I didn’t know...
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Red Ribbon Week quite not re(a)d(y) yet

October 23, 2018
This year, Red Ribbon Week has reached its 30th anniversary. However, the amount of impact it has on students is...
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