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Yes, Pop Quizzes Are Beneficial to Students’ Learning

By Alessandra Woo (IV), Assistant Editor November 30, 2021

Students everywhere know all too well about the process of devoting their blood, sweat and tears to academics, but still having the feeling of not retaining what is needed to pass exams. Coming back strong...

No, Pop Quizzes Are Not Beneficial to Students’ Learning

By Teagan Yuen (IV), Contributing Writer November 30, 2021

For many high school students, a pop quiz is one of the worst scenarios they can find themselves in. While some teachers may argue that pop quizzes keep students on their toes, they are not an effective...

No, Commit Culture Is Not Toxic

By Cinly Mo (III), Assistant Forum Editor June 18, 2021

If you log onto any form of social media around mid-April, you might be swarmed with college decision reactions featuring ecstatic students celebrating acceptances to their dream schools. That is commit...

Yes, Commit Culture Is Toxic

By Jessie Wang (IV), Staff Writer June 18, 2021

Graduation season is here, and one question looms over the majority of the senior class — where will they commit to college? Constant questioning and unsolicited advice overwhelms them every day, from...

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