BY: CLAIRE KIM Over the past month or so, hate crimes against Asian Americans in the United States have arisen at an alarming rate. Asian American store owners have been robbed, Asian American elders have been abused, and the Asian American community as a whole has been scathed with a treacherous amount of accusations and… Continue reading Respect for Asian Americans: Is that asking for too much?
BY: CLAIRE KIM These days, since having the spare time to indulge in my interests in art, I have spent hours working on a painting that I started this past month. Though sometimes stressful due to the sheer amount of creative freedom that I am given, I find art to be a method of therapy--I… Continue reading Mental Health + Art Therapy
BY: CLAIRE KIM Given the intense amount of screen-viewing, online material, and use of technology for my classwork, I am excited to see my school take on a hybrid learning model in the coming months of the school year. As many people have probably stated, distance learning is basically online learning. Thus, under such circumstances,… Continue reading My Thoughts on My School Going Hybrid
BY: CLAIRE KIM Another late night talk with my father has inspired me to write a blog post this afternoon. In regards to the recent controversy regarding teachers and the COVID-19 vaccines, I found it quite shocking how the public, parents in particular, has placed so much pressure on teachers to get the vaccines for… Continue reading COVID-19, Teachers, Utilitarianism