Enterprise Collection Day Six: Extracurriculars

May 23, 2019

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Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit our...

Enterprise Collection Day Five: Student Athletes

May 23, 2019

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Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit ourselves...

Enterprise Collection Day Four: Academic Rigor

May 23, 2019

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Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit ourselves...

Enterprise Collection Day Three: Sleep

May 20, 2019

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Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit ourselves...

Enterprise Collection Day 2: Time Management

Cherise Kim, Editor-in-Chief

May 18, 2019

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Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit ourselves...

What Do AP Teachers Do During the AP Exams?

Angeline Fu, Managing Editor

May 16, 2019

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It’s that time of year where students traverse the hallways cradling thick prep books, and with hours of study sessions, their school days no longer end at 3:30 pm. These signs mean only one thing: AP exams are coming. Having ...

Principal, Teacher and Student: Different Perspectives on the Final Exemption Policy

Angeline Fu, Managing Editor

May 10, 2019

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Final exemption requests closed a week ago, leaving students awaiting their much-desired responses. For students who are granted their requests, the final exemptions policy is a nice reward at the end of the school year. But...

The Enterprise Collection 2019

Cherise Kim, Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2019

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Dear readers, When the editors and I began discussing how to approach our enterprise series this year, one thing was made painstakingly obvious: the community and world which we inhabit made it impossible to limit ourselves...

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