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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

All content by Ashley Kang
With the potential passing of Senate Bill 976, teenagers will be able to find their way out of the social media-centered rabbit hole, leading to a more wholesome mental state.

Introduction of new state bill may lower social media addiction for teens

Ashley Kang, Cub Reporter June 3, 2024

Talks of social media restrictions for adolescents are nothing new in today’s society. From Florida’s Online Protections for Minors bill and the Utah Social Media Regulation Act, the recent influx...

Senior Binny Parks self-published book contains 46 poems collected from 2020-2023. Poems over topics ranging from her daily life to art and has sold 21 copies.

Poet collects insights for debut book, Preserved In Pavement

Ashley Kang, Cub Reporter May 22, 2024

Having journaled since first grade, writing has always been an important part of senior Binny Park’s life. “Because my parents both work, writing was that outlet for me to talk,” Park said. “In...

Black Student Union [BSU] president freshman Ava Brown (center) takes a selfie with her older sister, junior Marli Brown (right) during the 25th annual Black College Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, Feb. 10. The two went there to learn more about the history of these institutions.

CLUB CORNER: Black Student Union returns to campus; aims to educate students on African-American history

Ashley Kang, Cub Reporter March 27, 2024

First Black American to host a television show, Nat King Cole. First Black person to win an Oscar, Hattie McDaniel. First Black teenager to refuse to give up her seat on a bus, 15-year-old Claudette...

Troy High School’s Creatives Social Change club packaged Period Care Boxes, which includes various menstrual items, with club members on Thursday, Sept. 14. Sunny Hills’ chapter will be taking 20 of the 40 Period Care Boxes made at the upcoming collaboration event on Thursday, Jan. 25, to distribute on campus.

CLUB CORNER: Junior seeks more activism among peers in establishing Creatives for Social Change

Ashley Kang, Cub Reporter January 18, 2024

For the 2023-2024 school year, the Associated Student Body has approved 29 new clubs. The Accolade’s cub reporters from the beginning journalism class will report on each new group in alphabetical order....

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