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Evelyne Eng

Evelyne Eng
Evelyne Eng is a senior at Mt. Carmel High School.

In pursuit of the Californian dream

A few summers ago, I found myself people-watching in a wealthy, predominantly white neighborhood in Montreal, Quebec. The sun was blisteringly hot and every parent, child, and dog was slurping on a cool beverage. Despite the sunshine, most of the residents still donned their winter whites; they were not tan, …

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There is such thing as humane meat

Over the past decade, San Francisco-based food manufacturing company Hampton Creek has sprinted ahead in vegan product innovation, keeping pace with the global vegan and vegetarian population surge. If you have stopped by your local health food store’s dairy section in the past few years, you have likely passed over …

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#MeToo is not the solution to sex crimes

Garrison Keillor fueled my every Sunday afternoon car ride home from church, his pacifying voice, ingenious storylines, and uncanny sound effects filling the homey family Honda with Minnesota Public Radio’s (MPR) “A Prairie Home Companion”. Since 1974, the radio show aired without fail, introducing me and thousands of other American …

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The queens of MC

Senior Gabriella (Gaby) Sheffler and junior Tessa Tricarico stood on the grand stage of the Poway Centre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 25, in a moment of regal bliss. A spectrum of prismatic balloons cascaded down to the hems of their glittering evening gowns and peeking, painted toes …

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A birthday bash for your belly

For the Costco Sampler: Your birthday is a delicate day, a day when you blossomed from a bud into being. Wouldn’t you just hate to read that on a fortune cookie slip? Emerald Chinese Cuisine can guarantee that you won’t have to. They will, however, treat you to a dainty, …

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Escondido teen adds to death count of flu epidemic

Alexa Barbin, a 2017 graduate from Escondido High School, died on Friday, March 9 after contracting the Influenza B virus strain. The 19-year-old had not received her flu vaccination. As an adamant, past member of Escondido High’s Future Farmers of America program, Barbin possessed a deep love for flowers and …

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Good writing bids the Internet farewell

The Awl and its women-geared branch-off, The Hairpin, will cease publication at the end of this month. Since 2009, The Awl has encouraged serious, aspiring writers to write about their queerest passions and guided many big-name writers to success– a current New York Times Styles editor; writers for The New …

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Not just Christmas

The Douglas firs have all been (hopefully) recycled, the nicer gift bags folded away for next year, and the mechanical reindeer corralled back into their storage sheds. Our skinny jeans are feeling particularly restrictive, and our resolutions have been made and possibly, already broken. 2017 taught us much about personal …

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Everything wrong with Logan Paul

Logan Paul is the perfect role model for indecency, racism, and criminality to his over 15.5 million YouTube subscribers. I’ll give Paul credit for one thing: Unlike an increasing number of YouTubers, his most controversial video’s title, “We Found a Dead Body in the Japanese Suicide Forest,” does not employ …

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