Marvel Studios shines light on racial injustice for the younger generation. (SPOILER ALERT for the first five episodes) By Dylan Lee Marvel’s latest TV show, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” explores the theme of racism among others. After Avengers: Endgame, Steve Rogers passes his Captain America shield to his friend, the Falcon, Sam Wilson, … Continue reading Social Commentary in Marvel’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”
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4.20.21 Rest in Power, George Floyd.
Book Recommendation: Old Man’s War
By S. Z. Nishan If you're looking for something to read, perhaps sci fi, you should check out this title. "John Perry did two things on his 75th birthday. First he visited his wife's grave. Then he joined the army." Old Man's War, published in 2005, is the first installment to a great science fiction … Continue reading Book Recommendation: Old Man’s War
EI Week 2021 reimagined with a purpose.
by Dylan Lee and Saul Nishan. The annual Experiential and Interdisciplinary Week (EI Week) at the high school was reimagined this year. For the first time, the EI Week was held on campus with everyone from the high school coming together to co-create one major project from streams of various efforts and contributions. For the … Continue reading EI Week 2021 reimagined with a purpose.
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What are You Missing by NOT Exposing Yourselves to the Works of Black Writers?
Written by Shir Toledo and Edited by Elowyn Ingler We’ve all played the game “telephone,” where a person whispers a phrase or a sentence to the person next to them. There is usually laughter at the end because of the confusion of the message. I am positive that the last person won’t get the phrase … Continue reading What are You Missing by NOT Exposing Yourselves to the Works of Black Writers?