As it celebrates 50 years, April 22 Earth Day still has value in the midst of coronavirus pandemic

By Audrey Seo  /  April 22, 2020
Art illustrated by Accolade assistant graphics editor Karen Lee Since its first celebration in 1970, Earth Day has become a...
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Staff Editorial: In a split vote, The Accolade’s editorial board encourages Fullerton Joint Union High School District trustees to opt for pass/no pass grading system for spring semester

By Annie Bang  /  April 21, 2020
Art illustrated by Accolade assistant graphics editor Karen Lee Accolade editorial board vote count: Six want the pass/no pass system,...
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April 14: COVID-19, I’m not going to let you ruin the rest of my senior year

By Michelle Buckley  /  April 14, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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How I spent my time waiting for college admissions

By Andrew Hong  /  April 14, 2020
Underclassmen and juniors may envy the seniors, assuming that our senior year is the easiest of them all. However, that...
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April 4: Why losing the chance to compete at Science Olympiad states feels worse than not qualifying at all

By Hannah Kim  /  April 4, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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March 15: COVID-19 panic leaves several shelves of Amerige Heights Town Center’s Target empty

By Annie Bang  /  March 26, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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March 20: How the cancellation of Pilipino Culture Night because of COVID-19 pandemic hurts like the loss of a family member

By Gianne Veluz  /  March 21, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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Senior year doesn’t get easier after getting college acceptance letters

By Lira Jeong  /  March 21, 2020
“Congratulations! We are pleased to offer you admission …” As I was reading this on March 7, I sighed with...
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March 18: Son of a glitch; how my first day of distance learning went

By Hope Li  /  March 19, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is the second of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their...
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March 19: COVID-19 ‘Reasons Why’ working part-time during national crisis scares me and cuts off a big part of my income

By Alex Park  /  March 19, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various...
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Coronavirus crisis: SH alumna recounts chaotic reactions to Stanford shutdown and the challenge of online learning

By Camryn Pak  /  March 17, 2020
It was just another Friday night at my freshman dorm. My friend Kristina and I were dressing up for The...
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March 16: What it’s like to be allowed to return to campus to pick up my school lunch

By Aaliyah Magana  /  March 17, 2020
LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is the first of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their...
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Staff Editorial: With the campus closed to students until March 30, thank goodness we have a news website to keep us connected and informed

By Alex Park  /  March 15, 2020
A message from The Accolade editorial board: If COVID-19 happened just two years ago, The Accolade would have had to...
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Unlicensed to drive; how I learned It’s worth starting driver’s ed early

By Isaac Choi  /  March 15, 2020
I am currently 16 years old and will be turning 17 by March 27, and I have no driving experience...
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I play video games for three hours a day, but I’m not an addict

By Andrew Hong  /  February 19, 2020
During my 2014 summer trip to South Korea, I was fascinated by the bright beams of light that illuminated Seoul...
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