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The Accolade

Sunny Hills sophomore Natalija Glavys friend from Japan, junior Yuiri Takeuchi, captures this street scene in Yokohoma April 2 as she heads to school. Takeuchi says students are still going to classes, though officials are considering distance learning because of the coronavirus pandemic. For Japan, the school year starts in April and ends the following year in March. Image posted with permission from Yuiri Takeuchi.

Distance learning also happening in Asia, while most schools overseas able to hold live graduation ceremonies

Yonhee Eu May 28, 2020

Sophomore Ryan Lee’s friend, Bum Soo Kim, lives in Nanjing, China, in the Jiangsu Province -- more than 450 miles west of the Wuhan province, reportedly the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak...

Art by Accolade assistant graphics editor Karen Lee

April 14: COVID-19, I’m not going to let you ruin the rest of my senior year

Michelle Buckley April 14, 2020

LIVING UNDER THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS This is part of a series of columns from The Accolade staff about their various experiences during the school closure because of the coronavirus pandemic. If you...

Chee cheong fun, also known as long rice noodle rolls, is a popular Cantonese dish that can be eaten plain or with fillings such as shrimp, barbecue pork, or vegetables. This would be among the Cantonese style food items the Cantonese Club would be talking about besides watching films spoken in Cantonese with English subtitles. Image used with permission from Aiden Wong.

Cantonese student creates club in hopes of spreading his cultural background to others

Lauren Choi November 20, 2019

Though sophomore Aiden Wong got his Cantonese Club approved by the ASB, he’s still working on recruiting members. “I wanted to start the club because I felt like not many people knew about the Cantonese...

Art by assistant graphics editor Karen Lee.

LeBron James no longer deserves ‘King’ James title after remarks in favor of Chinese totalitarian regime

Alex Park November 20, 2019

  The hypocrisy is real. Football players like former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneel in protest of racism of White America, but basketball star LeBron James succumbs...

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