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Jan. 6 Capitol chaos prompts social science class, non-partisan JSA club discussions over Zoom — many blaming Trump for the insurrection

A view of the Capitol rotunda taken in November 2019 during the National Scholastic Press Association's fall journalism convention in Washington, D.C. A mob -- some carrying the American flag and wearing pro-President Donald Trump caps -- broke into the building Jan. 6 while congressional leaders were trying to certify the Electoral College vote counts favoring President-elect Joe Biden.
Alice Shin January 14, 2021

Accolade staff writers Rida Fatima and Krishna Thaker and Opinion editor Hope Li contributed to this story. While some teachers in their Zoom sessions have addressed last week’s historic Capitol building...

My fellowship with the California Democratic Party teaches me a lot about the problems COVID-19 has caused for elderly volunteers

Krishna Thaker December 6, 2020

“OK, so what is this Google Chrome, and why do I need it to start making calls? Will it disconnect me from the Zoom if I switch tabs?” she frantically asked while squinting at the screen.  “Don’t...

The two-faced dictator out-‘Trumps’ the master of the ‘Deals’

Art by Graphics Editor Erin Lee.
Alex Park November 13, 2019

“Rocket man is on a suicide mission” Part 2 has begun. Riding a white stallion that most likely cost over a million dollars, chairman Kim Jong Un  is portrayed as a majestic demigod that will battle...

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