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2020 US Presidential elections are to be monumental

2020 US Presidential elections are to be monumental

Sarah Baek | November 12, 2019

With approximately a year left, the 59th US presidential election is scheduled to be held on Nov. 3, 2020. While the election date remains in the seemingly distant future, the race is already underway,...

South Korean justice minister Cho Kuk resigns over corruption allegations

South Korean justice minister Cho Kuk resigns over corruption allegations

Jenny Seo | October 31, 2019

Surrendering to the intense public pressure, South Korean justice minister Cho Kuk resigned from his office on Oct.14. While some with liberal perspectives supported Cho, others denounced him for abusing...

Sudden death of K-pop star shocks the public

Sudden death of K-pop star shocks the public

Irene Kim | October 30, 2019

The abrupt death of a K-pop star last week shocked the entertainment industry and fans. On Oct. 14, Sulli, an actress and former member of girl group f(x), was reported dead in her residence. Her manager...

The debate of grading systems in medical schools

The debate of grading systems in medical schools

Sunny Lee, Copy Editor | October 11, 2019

High school students work diligently every day to ace tests, complete projects, and maintain high GPA's to be admitted into selective colleges. Number grades effectively motivate students to work by providing...

Chanel Miller publishes her memoir: Know My Name

Chanel Miller publishes her memoir: Know My Name

Sally Lee | October 11, 2019

In January 2015, “Emily Doe” delivered her victim impact statement after she was sexually assaulted by Brock Turner, a Stanford undergraduate. Her 12-page impact statement directly addressed her attacker...

Sam Smith changes pronouns to they/them

Sam Smith changes pronouns to they/them

Andie Kim | October 11, 2019

On Sept. 13, Sam Smith, a UK pop artist, asked their fans to refer to them with pronouns as “they” and “them.” After coming out as non-binary six months prior, Smith has been publically open about...

North Korea continues missile tests despite backlash

North Korea continues missile tests despite backlash

Jenny Seo | October 11, 2019

During the past year, North Korea has consistently made efforts to peacefully negotiate with the US and South Korea, engaging in a series of talks that first took place in Singapore, Pyongyang, Hanoi,...

Everything you need to know about Japan and Korea’s trade war

Everything you need to know about Japan and Korea’s trade war

Jenny Seo | September 5, 2019

During the two months, tensions between Japan and South Korea have escalated from a seemingly minor trade dispute regarding export restrictions to intense animosity between the two neighbors. Currently,...

Donald Trump refuses to sign the Christchurch pact

Donald Trump refuses to sign the Christchurch pact

TTAdmin | June 2, 2019

In response to the recent Christchurch shooting in New Zealand that killed 51 people at a mosque, the nation’s government called for international cooperation to prevent further online extremism on social...

Outlawing of abortion in Alabama faces fierce opposition

Outlawing of abortion in Alabama faces fierce opposition

Erin Lee | June 2, 2019

On May 14, Republican Alabama governor Kay Ivey issued a statewide ban on abortion by signing the Alabama Human Life Protection Act into law. This bill, set to take effect in November, has faced controversy...

Release of Mueller Report brings about important implications

Release of Mueller Report brings about important implications

Emily Bae | April 24, 2019

On April 20, a 448-page report detailing the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller was released by William P. Barr, US attorney general, after being redacted by the Justice Department....

Brexit crisis remains unresolved

Brexit crisis remains unresolved

Thomas Song | April 5, 2019

On Jun 23, 2016, a referendum regarding the exit of Britain from the European Union turned out as a win for the leave side by nearly 52% to 48 % (17.4 million to 16.1 million votes). As a result, the British...