The Oracle

Looking on the bright side: community and neighborhood

Angela Wong, Reporter

May 22, 2020

Our current shelter-in-place order, which has infiltrated seemingly every corner of our lives, is undoubtedly a stressor that has caused much financial and mental anguish. This does not necessarily mean that we’re alone. In f...

Conspiracy theories attract interest: theories

Sophia Stern, Online editor

September 20, 2019

The United States Air Force facility used for military testing and training, commonly known as Area 51, was recently popularized online after a Facebook campaign to raid it on Sept. 20, 2019, to ‘see them aliens’ was poste...

Meet the Makers: Nilav Maulik, Modifed Cars

Sophia Stern, Reporter

April 9, 2019

In Automotive Technology (Auto), students are given the freedom to be creative outside of a classroom setting. During his time in the class, junior Nilav Maulik has repaired a golf cart and worked with other students to build a ...

Use of native language aids in reinforcement of cultural ties

Tejpal Virdi, News Editor

February 1, 2019

In many communities throughout the country, learning a second language is a privilege enjoyed by few. English is everywhere, and it has left little room for other languages; even when the opportunity to learn a second language pres...

Are personality tests valid in judging one’s character? NO

Eric Epstein, Sports Editor

May 18, 2018

Anyone who has casually surfed the internet recently is sure to have seen zany personality quizzes on Buzzfeed or Facebook that determine a quiz-taker’s personality by comparing it to that of a character, celebrity, food item...

Music Vs Morals: Con

Music Vs Morals: Con

March 6, 2018

#MeToo Stances


February 2, 2018

compiled by Emma Chiao “I think the “Me Too” movement is kind of overrated because you have a lot of male actors who are being dragged under the net for some not necessarily bad things. Sure, there are definitely pe...

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