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Pokémon Go to the Polls (Satire)
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Pokémon Go to the Polls (Satire)

By EVAN CHOE Staff Writer
It is the final battle of the Pokémon Go to the Polls title. Pokémon trainer Noobmaster96 and his starter Pokémon, Joe Biden, now have to face his rival Chimcharsucks15, and his starter Pokémon - Donald Trump - in a final Pokémon battle. The coming battle will determine the champion over the region.

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Noah Scherson: Athlete Of The Month

By KYLASH CHETTIAR Staff Writer
Noah Scherson, a junior wide receiver on Varsity football, was selected to be the August Athlete of the Month. “I would describe Noah as a teammate who is selfless, he puts the goals of the team and program above his own” said junior Ziyad Merchant. “He sets ambitious goals and achieves them.”

UHS eSports defeats El Toro in the season opener of the NASEF Overwatch League
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UHS eSports defeats El Toro in the season opener of the NASEF Overwatch League

By AMITIS TAJALLAEI Staff Writer

In this day and age, a whole new world of competitive and organized gameplay has made its way to the sports community. Esports, as a form of sports competition, incorporates video games for competitive gameplay. Like all other traditional athletes, players seek to improve their skills and strategize their playing styles against others. In recent years, this sport form has become increasingly popular.

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Social Activism’s Place in High School Sports

MARTA MEINARDI Staff Writer A lot of controversies have surrounded athletes involving their personal opinions in their professional careers, with most critics stating that sports should not involve political stances no matter what the topic. However, this current call for social reform touches many athletes on a personal level, and their demand for change is stemmed from a profound want to see their POC* peers, family, or friends treated with the respect and credibility they do not believe exists in the current legal system. IUSD itself adopted a new resolution on July 29, 2020, which publicly supported the Black Lives Matter movement. The resolution pledged...

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UC Schools Go Test Blind

UC schools have gone test blind, or will not consider ACT or SAT scores, for college admissions. The decision came about after a judge sided with attorneys representing disabled students