In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1922, visitors may view 166 authentic artifacts from the famous boy king’s tomb at the King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition, currently on display at the California Science Center through January 6, 2019. Guests get a glimpse into the … Continue reading King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh
Mrs. Favaro is the college counselor at New West; we decided to sit down and interview her to get to know her better! What high school did you attend? San Rafael High School Favorite high school memory: Being the homecoming princess in the homecoming parade. College? UCSB! Favorite college memory? Living with friends that I … Continue reading Interview With Mrs. Favaro
Logan Paul was one of the most popular creators on the six second video sharing app, Vine. When Vine shut down in January 2017 due to competition from other social media apps such as Instagram, and lack of ad revenue, Viner Logan Paul looked to Youtube as his next step in the journey to becoming … Continue reading The Logan Paul Controversy
One dish that I associate with comfort and family is adobo, a traditional Filipino dish typically served on a bed of rice and consisting of meat--usually chicken or pork--a variety of spices, and bay leaves. No two families make the dish the same way, and I have grown accustomed to the addition of potatoes and … Continue reading Tradition through Food: A Short Memoir
When most people think of economics, the first things that come to mind are supply and demand, businesses, taxes, and the global economy. While these are all critical subjects of study in the broader field of economics, they may initially appear somewhat bland. What is less widely understood about economics is that it is primarily … Continue reading The Economics of Human Behavior
Are you in need of gift ideas for this holiday season? Look no further! Books are excellent gifts. They’re entertaining, educational, and easy to wrap. Here are some sensational books that are fit for every reader--from mystery lovers to fans of fantasy. Rooftops of Tehran by Mahbod Seraji (for: romance lovers, people with a passion for … Continue reading Holiday Book Recommendations
Information is omnipresent, and thanks to technology, it is easy to access. We no longer depend on our morning newspapers to learn about the events occurring in the world. We can read, watch, or listen to the news whenever and wherever we want. In fact, it is almost impossible not to be bombarded by news. … Continue reading Are You Being Manipulated by the Media?