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Going for a clean slate: Sophomore sells home-made soap to pay off fines for losing school textbooks

Suh Lin Hong sits in front of the cabinet of her Fullerton home, where she has stored the soap she has made after the spread of the novel coronavirus forced Sunny Hills High School to close down in mid-March. Before school closure, she had made $80 selling her Bunny Bars on campus through word of mouth and through her Instagram story page (@bunny.bars). Image used with permission from Woojin Hong.

Yeihn Lee

May 26, 2020

$180. That’s how much money in school fines sophomore Suh Lin Hong had accrued since her freshman year. “The truth is, I lost all my textbooks and my chromebook charger both my freshman and sophomore year,” said Hong, who chose not to pay the PTSA $25 for a locker to store her school supplies...

New Distributive Education Clubs of America offers alternative to FBLA

DECA vice president sophomore Rachel Lee shows freshman Saahil Kakaria (left) the Sunny Hills DECA website during a Nov. 14 club meeting. Photo taken by Accolade photographer Brianna Zafra.

Nicole Chung

November 18, 2019

They strive to become the next economic world leaders, dominate the world of business and pay tribute to business tycoons to give respect to the working field. Members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America [DECA] try to adjust in different fields of business and work to make business a well-known...

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