The Tower

“[Timed writing] is not a perfect way to judge a student’s work, but among the choices available to us, it felt like the most accurate and equitable, said English department chair Dr. Anna Clark.

Ready, Set, Write

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
April 27, 2022
As students return to campus after two days of asynchronous learning, modifications in COVID protocols are seen everywhere from the cafeteria to the library’s study rooms.

Only So Much You Can Handle

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
January 30, 2022
Joy to the World

Joy to the World

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
December 19, 2021
Mr. Ruizs last day of teaching was Friday, December 3rd.

Until Next Friday

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
December 10, 2021
One Click Away

One Click Away

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
November 29, 2021
Right Below Your Nose

Right Below Your Nose

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
September 25, 2021
These stereotypes dehumanize Asian American women and downplay them to solely sexual objects. This dehumanization, in turn, perpetuates violence toward this community, and even encourages it.

Because We Are Invisible

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
May 23, 2021
There is often this shared outlook on how racism against Asian Americans goes unspoken and unchallenged because of the stereotypes that portray Asian Americans as individuals who don’t need protection from abuse—or who don’t deserve it.

Why Are We Still Surprised?

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
May 23, 2021
Think Before You Speak

Think Before You Speak

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
March 12, 2021
Trump Trumped

Trump Trumped

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
February 23, 2021
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