The Accolade

Jacqueline Chang

Jacqueline Chang, Illustrator

Jaqueline Chang is currently a junior and is thrilled to be a part of The Accolade staff as an illustrate. Chang has always been interested in art, been a member of the Conservatory of Fine Arts since her freshman year, applyed to art programs and has even earned scholarships from it. By joining The Accolade, Chang hopes to challenge herself, inspire others and contribute her art in any shape or form. Chang plans on having art, specifically illustration, as one of her majors in the future and she believes joining The Accolade is another step closer to her goal. Outside of school, Chang volunteers at the Fullerton Library where she enjoys being there with her friends, setting up crafts and helping children. Chang enjoys painting, listening to music and binge watching shows in her spare time.

All content by Jacqueline Chang
Inspired by Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” song, Accolade staffers Alice (Lee) and Alice (Shin) debate over the merits of when’s the best time to legally drive — a common American teenage rite of passage.

[Photo] Head to Head: Licensing issues

February 19, 2021

Inspired by Olivia Rodrigo’s “Drivers License” song, Accolade staffers Alice (Lee) and Alice (Shin) debate over the merits of when’s the best time to legally drive — a common American teenage...

The Editorial Board looks forward to receiving the vaccine, but not until those who need it more receive it first.

[Photo] Staff editorial: Patience with vaccine provides perfect gift

January 17, 2021

The Editorial Board looks forward to receiving the vaccine, but not until those who need it more receive it first.

Harper Lee’s 20th century novel To Kill a Mockingbird still remains relevant today in the racially charged 21st century.

[Photo] Despite use of the N-word, the accurate portrayal of racial injustice in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ must stay in high school English classes

December 13, 2020

Harper Lee’s 20th century novel To Kill a Mockingbird still remains relevant today in the racially charged 21st century.

An artist's interpretation of the writer and his comments on the environment.

[Photo] King for a day: We need to work to put out these fires

November 3, 2020

An artist's interpretation of the writer and his comments on the environment.

An artist's interpretation of the writer and her thoughts on higher education.

[Photo] King for a day: Colleges must lessen tuition cost

October 31, 2020

An artist's interpretation of the writer and her thoughts on higher education.

An artist's interpretation of the writer and his thoughts on immigration.

[Photo] King for a day: Let's re-ignite Lady Liberty's torch

November 2, 2020

An artist's interpretation of the writer and his thoughts on immigration.

An artist's interpretation of the writer and his thoughts on police brutality.

[Photo] King for a day: Defund the police

November 1, 2020

An artist's interpretation of the writer and his thoughts on police brutality.

An artist's interpretation of the writer and her thoughts on socioeconomic issues in America.

[Photo] King for a day: ‘Eat the rich’

October 30, 2020

An artist's interpretation of the writer and her thoughts on socioeconomic issues in America.

An artist’s rendering of Gang Dong-won, who stars as Jeong-seok, an ex-South Korean soldier. The protagonist fights for his life to escape from zombies and a rogue military unit established nearby Incheon Port in “Peninsula,” the long-awaited sequel to 2016’s South Korean-made “Train to Busan.”

[Photo] ‘Train to Busan’ sequel derails from beginning as zombies take a backseat to military troop gone awry

September 12, 2020

An artist’s rendering of Gang Dong-won, who stars as Jeong-seok, an ex-South Korean soldier. The protagonist fights for his life to escape from zombies and a rogue military unit established nearby Incheon...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School
Jacqueline Chang