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The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

Jacob Kim

Jacob Kim, Illustrator

Senior Jacob Kim spent his junior year serving as an illustrator for The Accolade. This year, he returns with the same role and looks forward to drawing for the publication.

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DOUBLE-EDGED COMICS

Double-Edged Comics

Jacob Kim, Illustrator March 11, 2024

Members of the Kairos Photography Club share their passion for taking pictures with peers in Room 45 during lunch.

[Photo] CLUB CORNER: Members who enjoy photography learn to take the ‘golden opportune moment’ with their cameras

Alice Chae, Cub Reporter January 24, 2024

Members of the Kairos Photography Club share their passion for taking pictures with peers in Room 45 during lunch.

After the U.S. Supreme Court banned affirmative action on Thursday, June 29, critics of legacy admits have expressed concerns over the credibility of college admission traditions. Johns Hopkins University and Pomona College are among numerous U.S. institutions that have prohibited legacy admissions.

[Photo] Legacy admissions face scrutiny amid ban of race-conscious practices

December 8, 2023

After the U.S. Supreme Court banned affirmative action on Thursday, June 29, critics of legacy admits have expressed concerns over the credibility of college admission traditions. Johns Hopkins University...

DOUBLE-EDGED COMICS

Double-Edged Comics

Jacob Kim, Illustrator November 29, 2023

Double-Edged Comics

Double-Edged Comics

Jacob Kim, Illustrator September 4, 2023

Protesters, especially in South Korea and China, have expressed their concerns over Japan’s radioactive wastewater release, which occurred Thursday, Aug. 24, and will continue as a 30-year project. The Chinese government, for example, has banned Japan’s import of fish and other seafood.

[Photo] Japan’s release of radioactive wastewater troubling despite International Atomic Energy Agency’s approval

Irene Sheen, Managing Editor August 23, 2023

Protesters, especially in South Korea and China, have expressed their concerns over Japan’s radioactive wastewater release, which occurred Thursday, Aug. 24, and will continue as a 30-year project. The...

Double-edged Comics

Double-edged Comics

Jacob Kim, Illustrator March 29, 2023

An artists rendition of the path in a college admission race between a privileged and unprivileged student.

[Photo] A fair shot: affirmative action helps marginalized groups succeed

January 17, 2023

An artist's rendition of the path in a college admission race between a privileged and unprivileged student.

Trick or Treating in California

Trick or Treating in California

Jacob Kim, Illustrator October 18, 2022

Multiversus, a novel and competitive two vs. two platform fighting game, is available on all consoles (except for Nintendo Switch) and Windows devices.

[Photo] Multiversus makes players double up to double the fun

September 30, 2022

Multiversus, a novel and competitive two vs. two platform fighting game, is available on all consoles (except for Nintendo Switch) and Windows devices.

Gamma 1 (left) gets ready to defend himself as Son Gohan angrily charges up a ki blast in this artist rendering of a scene in the middle of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” a film released earlier this school year.

[Photo] Latest movie installment of ‘80s Japanese anime, Dragon Ball, still ‘Super’

September 12, 2022

Gamma 1 (left) gets ready to defend himself as Son Gohan angrily charges up a ki blast in this artist rendering of a scene in the middle of “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” a film released earlier...

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