Lauren Wong

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Unite to fight

Unite to fight

Menlo-Atherton community takes a stand against police brutality
Ash Mehta and Lauren Wong
May 26, 2023
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Flowers for Palo Alto club co-president senior Yash Shetty hands out flowers across campus to students and faculty to ease school stress. “It’s really nice when I get flowers. I get a feeling that people appreciate me and stuff like that, so I think, definitely, that everybody deserves to be given a flower,” co-president Jonas Pao said.

Blooming happiness

The Flowers for Palo Alto club’s mission continues to bring smiles all around
Lucianna Peralta and Lauren Wong
April 24, 2023
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Local activism roundup

Bay Area community members organize and lead efforts to support causes they are passionate about
Joshua Kao and Lauren Wong
April 19, 2023
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A crowd gathered in front of the Palo Alto City Hall on Oct. 16, 2022 to stand up for the LGBTQ community as well as all other underrepresented communities.

Local activism roundup

Palo Alto organizations plan protests and events to advocate for causes
Lauren Wong and Sandhya Krishnan
December 12, 2022
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[Photo] Editorial: Putting respect on the calendar

Ash Mehta, Editor-In-Chief
October 4, 2022
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[Photo] Perspective: Cement our rights

Maya Mukherjee, Editor-in-Chief
October 3, 2022
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Expanding the alliance

Expanding the alliance

Asian Law Alliance advocates justice for the AAPI community through legal services and more
Lauren Wong, Managing Editor
October 4, 2022
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Activism around the world

Activism around the world

Wages, the war in Ukraine and climate change: snapshots of protests globally
Karrie Huang and Lauren Wong
October 4, 2022
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OPINION: The stress of returning to omicron

Lauren Wong, Perspectives Editor
February 16, 2022
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A substitute teacher distributes at-home COVID-19 test kits to students on Wednesday in an AP English Language and Composition class. Rising case numbers and the recent Omicron variant are causing safety concerns among some students and staff members. Junior Anjali Akkaraju said she believes a transition to online learning, though undesirable, is necessary. “I don’t want school to be back online, but I’m just confused why we’re not,” Akkaraju said. “They gave us two rapid tests, which is good because they’re sold out everywhere.”  Photo: Lauren Wong

Campus on edge over omicron, potential for closure

The school community shares their thoughts on omicron and possible distance learning.
Sofie Zalatimo, Lauren Wong, and Olga Muys
January 7, 2022
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Senior Ronak Momga picks up a free meal from the cafeteria during the lunch period. Students are expressing their overall content with the new statewide free lunch program, despite a few complaints regarding the actual food. The impact of the program on lower-income students is proving to be a significant aspect of the free lunches. “Even though it [the free lunch program] is not the best, I’m happy with it,” junior Audrey Guo said.

New free lunch program directly impacts low-income students

Students and staff give their opinions on the new California mandate for free meals.
Leena Hussein and Lauren Wong
October 8, 2021
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