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The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

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The Student-Run News Site of Carnegie Vanguard High School

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Ariann Burley on her Welcome to Carnegie page.

Ariann Burley: NASA superstar, photographer, and Pre-AP English teacher

By Bela Jotwani and Naadiya Walji February 20, 2024

From being a NASA intern to a wardrobe stylist, an artist, and now an English teacher, Ariann Burley is a true Renaissance woman. Burley was born in Houston, grew up in Dallas, and then returned to...

The Young Adult reading section at a Target - colonized by Colleen Hoover. | Image Credits: Mirella C. (Westridge Spyglass)

Op-Ed: The young adult genre and its spice tolerance

By Nadia Talanker, Entertainment Editor February 7, 2024

In an age inundated with digital distractions and fleeting trends, reading has emerged once more as a refuge. This renaissance, which appears to have initiated during the pandemic, involved various global...

Photo of Rebecca (left) and Eileen (right) at a bar. (Photo credits : New York Times)

Eileen review: a 1964 Massachusetts mystery

By Karla Berrueto and Sundari Maharajh January 22, 2024

Despite its colorful, vintage, cinematography, the movie "Eileen", directed by William Oldroyd, takes us through the morbid world of Eileen Dunlop. Eileen (portrayed by Thomasin Mckenzie) lives in an unnamed...

Three books that include romanticized abusive relationships. From left to right: After by Anna Todd, Nightfall by Penelope Douglas, and November 9th by Colleen Hoover

Op-Ed: The harm of romanticizing abuse within books

By Adrianna Guadalupe, Staff Writer December 13, 2022

“Abuse can feel like love.” The amount of books that romanticize abusive relationships, like the quote above from Penelope Douglas’s Nightfall, has been increasing one by one. Along with the rising...

Catharsis and kimchi can be found for readers in Michelle Zauners book Crying in H-Mart

Crying in H Mart: tears with a side of ink

By Hilary Nguyen, Opinion Editor November 8, 2021

Crying in H Mart is ineffable. I have never read a book that has made me go from craving Korean food to catharsis-crying in just pages. Japanese Breakfast indie rockstar Michelle Zauner’s Crying in...

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