Mathematics instructor Sandra O’Connor begins her new role as Dean of Faculty this year, replacing Martha Schuur, who left the School after the 2010-2011 school year to become the Assistant Head of Echo Horizon School.Read More
Articles by Erika '12
If you were at Club Fair on Sept. 12, you probably noticed the adorable and skillfully-decorated chocolate cake pops shaped like Hello Kitty that we had available at the EAST (Exploring Asian Societies Together) table.
It’s portable. It’s easy to make. It’s tasty. And it’s RAINBOW.
A lot of the time, the beginning of the school year seems absolutely unbearable.
If you’re an average YouTube-addicted student like me, you’ve probably heard of Nigahiga, Kevjumba, and Wong Fu Productions, who have some of the most-subscribed YouTube channels of all time; their popular videos receive millions of views.
Whenever I see a half-Asian person in a movie, I get so excited that I almost want to high five the actor or actress.
Alexandra Wallace, listen up: not all Asian languages are the same.
Kimono-inspired skimpy costumes and fan-twirling Asian backup dancers seem to be all the rage in the American pop music video scene these days.
As I watched Late Autumn in a nearly empty theater at Koreatown’s CGV Cinemas, I thought to myself that a certain element of the film seemed out of the ordinary.