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Why Black Lives Matter is not a Hate Group.

Why Black Lives Matter is not a Hate Group.

Nick Legue, Reporter

March 20, 2019


Filed under CULTURE, OPINION

Imagine actually thinking a progressive, non-violent, social activist group actually supported racism and violent hate group tactics.

The Experience of A Generation

The Experience of A Generation

Millie Garcia, Reporter

March 12, 2019


Filed under CULTURE

In the United States of America, where there are an estimated over 44 million immigrants making up our population, the likelihood of knowing an immigrant or someone who knows an immigrant is very high. In recent years, immigration has often been brought up in politics, with many calling for stricter ...

Boys Should Pierce Their Ears

Boys Should Pierce Their Ears

William Irvine, Reporter

February 22, 2019


Filed under CULTURE

In Iowa City, Iowa, it is becoming more acceptable for men to embrace fashion that is generally considered feminine. Little do people realize, piercing your ears is not something men should avoid, but something that more men are picking up. Recently, fashion for men has been shifting to more styles an...

Diversity in the House

Diversity in the House

Emme Perencevich, Copy editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under CULTURE

46 seats flipped in the 2018 midterm election. The Blue Wave flipped 43 seats, taking control of the House. The flip was expected, but what was not were the "firsts" that the Democratic representatives brought to the House. This Congress is also the most diverse, with a record number of female, minority, and LGBT...

Why don’t all Muslim women wear hijab?

Why don’t all Muslim women wear hijab?

Mariam Keita, Everline Bwayo, and Cecile Bendera

February 11, 2019


Filed under CULTURE

Hijab is an Arabic word which directly translates to “barrier.” Many would recognize the word to mean the headscarf worn by Muslim women out of religious faith. Others would call it a tool of oppression in a patriarchal society that aims to police women’s bodies. City High is home to a growing Muslim student population, some who choose to observe modest dress and others who do not. Contrary to popular belief, the hijab is not merely a ph...

The Impact of Michael Jordan

The Impact of Michael Jordan

Cecile Bendera, Mariam Keita, and Virginia Muturi

January 14, 2019


Filed under CULTURE, SHOWCASE

Today, Michael Jordan is a household name. Many consider him to be the greatest basketball player of all time. His skills on the court, the way he dribbled the ball, and his legendary dunks– Michael Jordan was and still is the man every child and adult aspired to be. “Personally, I think MJ is...

The Cultured Corner: December 2018

The Cultured Corner: December 2018

Mariam Keita, Reporter

December 21, 2018


Filed under CULTURE

  On Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas Getting Married     “I saw pictures, it was really beautiful. I saw pictures of what looked like two different weddings that kind of did stuff from both of their cultures and that was really cool, I thought. It’s just nice that t...

City Responds: Forever 21 Sweatshirt Controversy

City Responds: Forever 21 Sweatshirt Controversy

Lindy Rublaitus, A&E Editor

December 21, 2018


Filed under CULTURE

Forever 21 recently tweeted out an advertisement of a new Christmas-themed sweater that includes the phrase “Wakanda Forever” from the movie “Black Panther.” Almost immediately, there was an eruption on Twitter about the photo, as they had posed this sweater with a white, platinum-blonde mod...

Lighting the Lights: Hanukkah Traditions

Lighting the Lights: Hanukkah Traditions

Natalie Green and Emme Perencevich

December 12, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, SHOWCASE

As the weather gets colder and winter break gets closer many students at City High begin to celebrate various winter holidays. Hanukkah, an eight-day Jewish holiday which takes place in December, ended last Sunday, December 9. Toby Epstein '21 and Lottie Gidal '19 celebrated with special family traditions....

What Senator Warren Got Wrong

What Senator Warren Got Wrong

Mariam Keita

November 30, 2018


Filed under Awake and Aware, CULTURE

Earlier this week, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, publicly released results from a DNA analysis in the form of a video. This act, seemingly in response to prodding from President Trump questioning the Senator’s alleged Cherokee Heritage, has raised many an eyebrow. According to The N...

Wait…You’re Asian?

Wait…You’re Asian?

Alison Kenaston and Emme Perencevich

October 30, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, OPINION

When you grow up in a mixed-race household hearing many different languages, eating many different foods, and experiencing many different cultures, even many different religions, you become a blend of all these different things. For us, being American-born Asian-Europeans means that nobody quite knows...

Who Ought To Use the N-Word

Who Ought To Use the N-Word

Mariam Keita, Culture Editor

September 28, 2018


Filed under CULTURE, MULTIMEDIA, OPINION, VIDEO, VIDEO

Disclaimer: This article contains language that some readers may deem offensive.  There is no situation in which non-Black people should feel comfortable using the N-word. While I am not here to tell Black people how they should interpret a word that they may have a complicated relationship with, I wil...

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