The Husky Herald

  • A Note To The Reader

    June 25, 2020 by

    If you’re reading this, thank you – and welcome. It has been my great pleasure to sponsor this student-run newspaper for the past two years and we have come a long way. There have been a number of excellent student writers who have committed to creating consistent content that has been of high quality. Starting… Read more

  • Artist Spotlight: Beabadoobee

    June 25, 2020 by

    Know her or not, this young woman has a bright future ahead of her Vivian NguyenJune 25, 2020 From recording covers in her bedroom to dominating the charts, Bea Kristi has changed the music industry and proved how powerful social media platforms – especially Tik Tok – can be. Inspired by many indie, pop and… Read more

  • Spines: Now and the Future

    June 25, 2020 by

    Lieutenant Worf, a character portrayed by Michael Dorn, after his paralysis. This is relevant, I swear! Yasmine GhalayiniJune 25, 2020 In the episode “Ethics” of the legendary series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, we encounter a life-saving technology similar to what we are developing today. Lieutenant Worf, chief of security aboard the Enterprise, gets hit… Read more

  • Mental Health After High School

    June 25, 2020 by

    University is a lot of things: easy sure isn’t one of them Yuliia HrytskivJune 25, 2020 It is a common occurrence of late that post-secondary institutions have experienced crises regarding their students’ mental health; instances of mental breakdowns, depression, and suicides have been well publicized. Those institutions with more competitive programs have become famous for… Read more

  • Hobbies: Why They Don’t Deserve To Die Out

    May 26, 2020 by

    Music, a hobby of humans since we were banging on drums back in the ice caves. Only 90 BCE kids will remember… Yuliia HrytskivFebruary 1, 2020 There is no reason for hobbies to become things of the past. With having to constantly keep up their marks and worry about getting into a good college or… Read more

  • Game Review: Total War: Three Kingdoms

    May 26, 2020 by

    Three Kingdoms, like other Total War games, thrusts you into a position of leadership, letting you take control of a ruler to carve your name out in the the books of history Shi Shaochen January 21, 2020 Overview Platforms: PC Release Date: May 23, 2019 Developer: Creative Assembly Visuals: 3/5; Perfect for a graphic novel,… Read more

  • Editor’s Note

    May 26, 2020 by

    Hi everyone. I’d like to start this edition off by quickly saying that I hope you’re all doing well and staying healthy during the pandemic. The articles you’ll be reading are a little dated because of complications surrounding COVID-19; still, it didn’t seem fair that all of the hard work of the paper’s writers would… Read more

  • Playlist: winter

    May 26, 2020 by

    Tien NguyenJanuary 28, 2020 A playlist to get you through the end of the season. Follow the link, or scan the Spotify code on the image above with a smartphone to start listening.

  • Artist Spotlight: LAUNDRY DAY

    May 26, 2020 by

    A photo of the group from their profile on DIY Vivian NguyenNovember 22, 2019 From singing in their bedrooms to performing at various festivals such as Camp Flog Gnaw, all the way to going on tour with the likes of The 1975 and Clairo, the boy band LAUNDRY DAY is on their way to becoming… Read more

  • Film Review: Joker

    May 26, 2020 by

    Pictured: Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck Shi ShaochenNovember 30, 2019 Joker was definitely one of the most memorable movies released in 2019.  In a decadent metropolis, Gotham City, a miserable comedian named Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) is slowly being pushed to insanity. Like any fictional city in the early 80s, everyone in the subway wears suits… Read more

  • The Prank of a Century

    May 26, 2020 by

    The HMS Dreadnought, the hydrogen bomb of that day and age, has a legacy of something other than war Julian ApolinarioAugust 21, 2019 As the old saying goes, “those that do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Now, this is applicable both in the average high school classroom and in the briefing… Read more

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