The Oracle

Cultural Barriers Created by Differences Prevalent, Harmful

Quinn Arbolante

March 30, 2018

By Quinn Arbolante For the past couple years, East Asian culture has swarmed the Western hemisphere. Korean pop (K-pop) concerts and festivals in U.S. cities have sold out, anime is experiencing huge growth and Korean dram...

No: Should Homecoming themes change every year?


October 13, 2017

Written by Amanda Lee At the homecoming assembly, the entire student body waited with bated breath for the announcement of this year’s homecoming themes, particularly each grade’s dress-up themes. But 4.2 miles away, ...

Should homecoming themes switch every year? (Pro)


October 13, 2017

Written by Megan Li Homecoming: one week, five days, 80 waking hours of pure, unadulterated school spirit. It’s the culmination of a year’s worth of excitement and anticipation and a way to aunt enthusiasm and creativity th...

Pro: Is the college athletic recruitment process fair?


December 2, 2016

  Written by Anyi Cheng The first semester of senior year is synonymous with senioritis: steadily sinking grades, cold weather and most of all, college applications. Among the few seniors who aren’t in the college a...

Should computer science be a graduation requirement? CON


September 9, 2016

Written by Jenna Marvet Making computer science a graduation requirement would be detrimental to the already undervalued, humanities-focused students and limit the flexibility high school students have to explore career ...

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