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U.S. legislators have recently taken initiatives to ban the social media platform TikTok across the nation. This controversy has raised concerns ranging from user privacy to the promotion of Chinese communist propaganda.

TIK, TIK, TIK: By banning the app, U.S. government contradicts core American ideals

Giselle Suastegui, Feature Editor May 3, 2023

In February, a Chinese high-altitude surveillance balloon was spotted over U.S. waters, where the device wandered for seven days before being shot down by the military off the coast of South Carolina on...

It’s futile in initiating change

Stacy Kim, Feature Editor March 16, 2023

“Run, don’t walk to Target.” That was what influencers announced when the janky Stanley Cups came back in stock after being sold out after selling out in practically all stores. Today, a social...

Freshman Christian Kim is among the few on campus who come to school with wired headphones, following a recent trend among celebrities in their paparazzi images.

Wireless vs. wired head sets: Some SH students align with celebrities who are not cutting the cord just yet

Alexxa Berumen, Spotlight Editor November 18, 2022

Nike Air Force 1’s, Dickies pants and now, headphones?  Similar to clothing trends, today’s Gen Z teens are getting a blast in their ears from wired headphones instead of Apple AirPods, which have...

 Sophomore Gabriel Villanueva sports a favorite outfit consisting of a button-up shirt, black skinny jeans, a pair of Doc Martens and accessories like rings and a chain belt. Though he hasn’t had the chance to wear this outfit to school because of the coronavirus pandemic, he has worn similar ones to Sunny Hills pre-COVID-19.

Students upgrading their wardrobes despite distance learning Zoom sessions instead of live classroom instruction

Michelle Sheen, Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2020

Since mid-March when the COVID-19 shutdown started and live classroom instruction shifted to online learning, the only times sophomore Gabriel Villanueva has ever left his Fullerton home are when he went...

Snappy-dresser senior Clara Hahm (left) poses in her trendy, spring outfit with a scarf scrunchie and cropped cardigan while senior Ruben Parker (middle) shows off his bucket hat and bulky chain necklaces and sophomore Elaine Chu (right) sports a skirt and crop top for a casual but put together look.

Springing into fashion with cardigans, Nikes and headbands

Hanna Oltman, Arts & Entertainment Editor March 10, 2020

Instead of neon tube tops and low-rise jeans, 2020 fashion means headbands and cargo pants. With the upcoming spring season, the fashion spotlight is shining on new styles, accessories and patterns as...

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