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“Thank You” Letter to DMAE

Krisna Panchal, [email protected] Salutatorian July 20, 2021

I have always had dreams and aspirations that so many told me I couldn’t achieve due to the background from which I came. Both my parents grew up in slums in India and emigrated to the United States...

A Note on our Blue Light Year

Arianne Garcia, Co-Managing Editor July 20, 2021

A skilled cinematographer makes use of color grading, in which hues are edited in post-production, to impart an emotional response through visual means. The best example of effective color grading is in...

Hail and Farewell to the Class of 2021

Tenzin Dhasel, Editor, The Maroon Tribune and [email protected] Valedictorian July 20, 2021

Dear Seniors, It's the end of our senior year, and many of you may have transitioned into the summer mindset, itching for school to end and for life outside of high school to commence. Others, like...

Bolandi: The Status Quo, or a Leader?

Bolandi: The Status Quo, or a Leader?

Emre Ozmemili May 28, 2021

Englewood’s new Interim Superintendent Ronald Bolandi sat down for a one-on-one interview with the Maroon Tribune to provide insight into the transition, his primary goals, and his philosophy as a tenured...

Amazon Has an Overflow Problem

Amazon Has an Overflow Problem

Emre Ozmemili April 27, 2021

Last month, Amazon’s official news account replied to a tweet by Rep. Mark Pocan that criticized the company’s conditions, writing, “You don’t really believe the peeing in bottles thing, do you?...

Georgia Senate Race

Georgia Senate Race

Angie Gonzales and Emre Ozmemili December 21, 2020

Yes, Joe Biden won, but since news networks projected the race for the now-President-elect on November 7th, Georgia has become the epicenter of political focus. Why you ask?? Despite President Trump’s...

Notes on Covid-19

Notes on Covid-19

Jaeden Williams-Edmonds , Staff Reporter November 30, 2020

When I first started this article it was a report on the discrimination Asian-Americans faced due to the coronavirus outbreak. However, as time elapsed, the story and the narrative of the coronavirus...

2020 Presidential Election

2020 Presidential Election

Angie Gonzales and Emre Ozmemili November 2, 2020

The 2020 presidential election has the entire nation torn apart and on edge, so much so that law enforcement is preparing for violence following election day. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its...

Love Letter to the Class of 2020 & DMAE

Sarah Yang, Co-Editor June 22, 2020

Time is nothing if not receding.  It pulls back, abruptly and remarkably, before we can even recognize its silent departure, leaving us to frantically grapple with what still remains long after...

Graduating from Uncertainty

Donghyun Brian Lee, Salutatorian & Co-President, Student Council June 22, 2020

  Friends, I am filled with both great joy and disappointment to speak before you today. I am excited and enthralled for the diverse and enchanting future ahead of us, but I am disappointed...

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