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A Person’s Preferred Identity

Humans have a tendency to name things; we name our pets, our stuffed animals, even small inanimate objects. Humans also have a tendency to...

Tragedy Cannot Be the Only Incentive

When I was young, I often witnessed bullying from people I considered to be friends. I had been bullied myself, but these bullies were...

Are Pasadena’s Public Schools Still Segregated?

Last year, our fifth and sixth grade class at Sequoyah School in Pasadena read the book Sylvia & Aki by Winifred Conkling. We learned...

Why am I Vegan?

I have heard so many times, “I hate vegans, except Ozzy.” Why? Is it because they think all vegans are man-bun-wearing, Kombucha...

School Life Explained: The History of High Schools in Pasadena

The shiny online ISEE prep websites that seem to mock you with your first practice test results; the reading comprehension practice questions...

Separated at Birth?

Sequoyah’s new high school was started as an extension of the Sequoyah program, but so far the high school and K–8 campuses seem connected...

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