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An artist's rendering of the South Korean comic book cover, Painter of the Night. The series, which features an artist forced to illustrate erotic scenes, has recently grown in popularity.

Normalized sexual assault in media is poisonous for society

Rebecca Choi February 19, 2021

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This April will mark the 20th anniversary of national Sexual Assault Awareness Month originally created by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center [NSVRC]. This year, the Center will offer resources and activities, including images like this one, on their social media platforms.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center celebrates 20th year raising awareness about sexual assault issues

Hope Li February 19, 2021

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A copy of superintendent Scott Scambray's email to students in July 2020.

Superintendent responds to students’ online sexual assault allegations, petitions for change

Nevya Patel February 17, 2021

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A guide to the proper steps to take if you experience sexual misconduct.

Social media not the best outlet to report sexual misconduct

Kate Yang February 15, 2021

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In modern society, the social media has become increasingly more hostile for sharing opinions, an Accolade reporter argues.

I feel trapped in this ‘free’ society

Grace Johnson January 3, 2021

As I scrolled through social media, bold text depicted a controversial statement that I couldn’t help but stare at. Quickly, I typed up a response, but I hesitated when I reached to click the “post”...

The Electoral College is an outdated and ineffective system, an Accolade writer argues.

Get rid of the Electoral College

Krishna Thaker December 28, 2020

Without fail, every presidential election season, the phrase “your vote counts,” gets thrown around by campaigners for the executive office, attempting to attract high voter turnouts. However, this...

After donating masks and hand sanitizers with Karat Packaging, Young Kim (right) meets with firefighters from the Chino Valley Fire District on Nov. 25.

Q & A with congresswoman-elect Young Kim, one of 3 female Asian Republicans to win a House seat

Aaliyah Magana December 26, 2020

Young Kim will be sworn in to Congress Jan. 3 after narrowly defeating Democratic incumbent Gil Cisneros in last month’s elections. When that happens, she will be making history as one of three Asian...

Female politicians like Michelle Steel (left), Kamala Harris (center) and Young Kim have all made strives toward becoming gender parity in the U.S. political system.

I’m glad our leaders are becoming more diverse

Tyler Pak December 21, 2020

Kamala Harris makes history. In the weeks following Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump for The White House, you’ve likely seen some form of this headline. Biden’s pick is a historic one...

A then-volunteer coach, Fred Jung (middle)
with the stands for a team picture with the Sunny Hills football team in August of 2009.

Meet Fred Jung — SH alumnus, former Lancer football coach and now Fullerton’s first Korean-American Council member in years

Hanna Jung December 15, 2020

As a Seoul immigrant who moved to the U.S. at only five years old, Fred Jung faced bullying and teasing for being the only Korean American attending his school until sixth grade. “With loneliness,...

Interns and Campaign Advisers of David Ryu's re-election campaign met via Zoom on October 4, 2020, to discuss future campaign plans.

I learned more from my political campaign internship than my tutor

Daniel Kong December 12, 2020

I was depressed for a week. It wasn’t because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the fact that I still can’t take an SAT exam. It was because of the email that I read from my personal email inbox: “Emailing...

Volunteering in political campaigns has been an invaluable experience

Daniel Kong December 6, 2020

On the morning of June 7, I checked an email that my father had forwarded to me. The subject read, “David Ryu Campaign - Internships.” I remembered hearing that name somewhere, but I wasn’t sure...

Seniors eligible to vote this year were given the option of voting in-person, by mail or by drop box.

Most Sunny Hills seniors eligible to vote opted to mail in their ballots during COVID-19 pandemic

Rida Zar November 5, 2020

With a black pen in hand, senior Andrew Miller sat at his dining room table signing documents, checking boxes and reading over propositions before leaving his ballot in the mailbox early last month. “I...

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