Food Crisis in the Pandemic

by Caroline Martin Farmers are dumping, plowing, and smashing fresh produce and dairy due to low consumer demands. With many schools and restaurants shut down because of concerns over COVID-19, farmers and food processors are struggling to distribute their vast supply of produce and dairy that usually is used by schools and restaurants. Tony Sarsam,…

Grocery Shopping in a World of Social Distancing

by Kimberly Bowman                                                         With new regulations about social distancing and generally wanting to be safe, people are worrying about going outside and near others to buy groceries. Those…

The Unknown Upside of COVID-19

by Anna Fazioli                                                                                    Although there are extreme negative effects from COVID-19, there is one…

Coronavirus Impact in Santa Clara County

by Paulina Vvedenskaya             Lately, the coronavirus, COVID-19, has made a huge impact in Santa Clara County due to its rapid spread. In the last three days, the number of infected people has jumped exponentially. Many colleges such as Stanford and UCB have been closed due to the Coronavirus. However,…

The Latest U.S. Update on the Coronavirus

by Carson Tsai               Currently, there are at least 729 cases of coronavirus and at least 27 deaths in the United States of America. So far, 15 people have recovered. The 33 states that have at least one coronavirus case include Arizona, California, Colorado, Vermont, and Wisconsin. There is also…

Will the 2020 Olympics be Cancelled Due to the Coronavirus?

 by Emi Amemiya              Although there are a total of 844 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) cases in Japan, Japanese officials decided to proceed with preparations for the 2020 Olympics, which begin on Friday, July 24. Coronavirus cases have spread beyond the cruise ship to Okinawa, Wakayama, other parts of the country,…

Santa Clara Case Recovers from Coronavirus

by Alyssa Sun         On February 20th, 2020, the Santa Clara Public Health Department (SCPHD) reported the first person who contracted coronavirus in Santa Clara County has recovered and has been released from quarantine. The adult male had recently traveled to Wuhan, China, and his case was first discovered on January 31st. At…

How can sleep deprivation be dangerous to teens?

by Marissa Chao       Sleep deprivation has been declared a “public health epidemic,” by CDC, especially in teens. Sleep is a time for our bodies and minds to replenish and rest. While staying up late once in a while is fine, teens like to make it a recurring pattern in their daily habits. A…