By Kenna Lee Edited By Kate Jeong You trudge through its halls every day on the way to classes, you learn new subjects every day in its rooms, and you relax every day in its cafeteria. You are in this place every weekday. This is Pin Oak Middle School. Pin Oak may just seem like … Continue reading The Origin of Pin Oak Middle School
By Dia Vaswani & Sarah Rimawi This year, we have a new counselor at Pin Oak, Ms. Rowe. Before becoming a counselor, Ms. Rowe taught history for three years at Grant Middle School. She wanted to be a counselor, but to do that she had to teach for at least two years, so after … Continue reading MEET THE NEW COUNSELOR!
Edited by Andrea Enemodia Creak! Creak! My hands are sweaty; I feel drained and at the point of tears. "I can't do this," I tell myself as my bicycle handlebars nearly slip from my hand. I use every last energy in my body, I wonder to myself, "Can I really win this competition?” 2 years … Continue reading Race to the Finish!
By William Wu, edited by Kate Jeong On August 27, 2019 Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he would only accept G-7’s offer of 27 million dollars to fight the Amazon fires only if the French President Emmanuel Macron apologized about his statement that the Brazilian President was a liar. Also, Bolsonaro’s campaign might have … Continue reading Amazon Rainforest Fire
By Preston Lim, edited by Kate Jeong If you know anything about music, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. Lil Nas X quickly rose to fame with his debut Old Town Road and recently released his first album, 7 EP. In that album lies Panini, a roughly two-minute song that’s gone platinum and was … Continue reading Aye, Panini and the Meaning of it