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H.E.R Concert Photo Gallery

By Harley Anderson

February 7, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Harley Anderson, Music

Bay Area natives H.E.R. closed off her first American tour in San Francisco a week after being announced for 5 Grammy nominations.

Anastassia Dardenne

Anastassia Dardenne

February 6, 2019


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Ryan D'Amour

Ryan D'Amour

February 6, 2019


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Pranavi Abburi

Pranavi Abburi

February 6, 2019


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Katelynn Ngo

Katelynn Ngo

February 6, 2019


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Katelynn Ngo is a junior, and this is her first year on the Epitaph staff. She has no actual hobbies or passions, but she does have three guinea pigs (none of whom who have official names, unfortunately). Sometimes, maybe, perhaps, she’ll feel like writing. Most of the time, though, she’s busy studying...

Here and There: Culture Shock

Here and There: Culture Shock

By Andrea Sun

February 4, 2019


Filed under Andrea Sun, Lifestyles

Awhile ago, I overheard my parents detailing our move to the Philippines to another family. Curious to see their point of view of our two year detour from life in America, I paid attention to what they were saying and I was surprised by what I heard. My mom described the shock she experienced the fir...

Netflix’s attempt at science fiction

Netflix’s attempt at science fiction

By Eden Pollitt, Senior Design Editor

February 3, 2019


Filed under Eden Pollitt, Entertainment, Movies, Showcase

If you haven’t already watched Bird Box you probably have heard about from social media. Memes about Sandra Bullock’s children, boy and girl, filled Instagram feeds and YouTubers began playing the “Bird Box” challenge. But is the movie worth the hype? In short, no. While I found Birdb...

Social media, not so social

By Hana Baig

February 1, 2019


Filed under Hana Baig, Opinion

A few years ago, I had my smartphone stolen. Never mind the story of how — the consequences are what affected me. I had fallen sick the same day, and I had no phone. No social media, no method of communication. There were only long hours of lying in bed, wondering what I could possibly do through...

2020 vision

2020 vision

By Kate Gabrielson

January 31, 2019


Filed under Kate Gabrielson, Opinion

Kamala Harris: Sen. Kamala Harris of California officially entered the presidential race recently, and, as a relatively young biracial woman, aligns with the diverse female majority of the Democratic Party. Harris has embraced issues such as gender and racial equality, and, in the primary, will lik...

The Impatient Patient: Give me your poor, tired, English-speakers only

By Renee Wang

January 30, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Renee Wang, The Impatient Patient

"Something to think about…” former graduate studies biostatistics director at Duke University Megan Neely wrote in an email to first- and second-year students. Neely’s email condemned Chinese international students’ use of their native language during what appeared to be non-academic time....

Sports Soundbites: Girls Soccer Commentary

By Claire Torii

January 29, 2019


Filed under Claire Torii, Multimedia, Videos, Videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQey1ZY_rpo

Late winter showers hit Northern California

Late winter showers hit Northern California

By Emily Choi

January 29, 2019


Filed under Emily Choi, Lifestyles

8,500 wildfires burned a total of 1.9 million acres in California last year, and now the state faces stormy weather entering into the new year. The sudden change in weather after the fire season triggered mudslide warnings to areas that were scorched, according to CNN News. While the rainfall lat...