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Summer Plans In An (Almost) Post-COVID World

With vaccines swiftly rolling out across the country, many of us are overwhelmingly excited about the summer to come. Being in quarantine throughout m...
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How Politics Permeate Personal Relationships

As politics have become more prominent parts of our lives over the years, political differences in interpersonal relationships have become far more pr...
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Dialogue & Deliberation In Model United Nations

Throw 20 high schoolers in a room and give them eight hours to form coalitions and solve the Israeli-Palestinian crisis — that’s Model UN in a...
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Takeaways From The Trials & Tribulations Of 2020

(illustration by Kenny Ortiguesa ’22) At this point, calling 2020 a disaster is both cliché and an extreme understatement. From the coronavirus...
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The Undeniable Upsides To Being Back At School

This year has been a roller coaster in myriad ways. But for students and teachers, a lot of added stress during the pandemic has come from school. In ...
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Trepidatious Transfer: Moving To A New School In The Age Of Coronavirus

I made the decision to transfer to CB amidst an ocean of uncertainty. At the time, the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic had just begun to impact the ...
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Puzzling Propositions: A Breakdown Of The 2020 California Ballot Initiatives

This election season, Californians have 11 ballot initiatives on which to vote. These propositions can appear daunting to understand, so I decided to ...
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How 2020 Has Pushed Politics To The Forefront For CB Students

While in the past it might’ve been easier to stay away from political involvement, it’s become increasingly impossible to divest oneself from thes...