The Wildcat

Instead embracing the traits that make us human, unique, and beautiful, many teens are adversely affected by social media
Body shaming fueled by social media
Rachel Lim, Staff Writer

Body shaming on social media has many victims. I know this because I am one of them. I know, from personal experience, the damaging effects...

Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Icon, role model, champion for equality: Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Brittany Eaton, History Teacher

“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”  Ruth Bader Ginsburg Fierce, resilient,...

Dr. Laurie Santos lectures to Yale students about social media use in her “Psychology and the Good Life” course. Santos
A Happier Life
Ellen Kim, Staff Writer

Happiness. To strive for the good life. Especially in the midst of COVID-19, many students struggle to adjust to the stresses of distance learning....

BOHS students and RAISE members (clockwise from top right) Tessa Clements, Makena Loader, Ashley Alvarez, Brenna Reis, Vanessa Reeve, Sevval Kaplan, Aileen Kim (center), and sixth grader Sylvia Kim (top center)  hold rescue animals at VIDA, a Rowland Heights shelter that saves abused animals.
'RAISE'-ing awareness of animal abuse
Lindsey Kim, Photographer

Each year, more than 10 million animals die due to animal cruelty and abuse in the U.S., and approximately 7.6 million house pets enter a shelter...

Summer Teal, English teacher, refines a lesson from her home. Teal is one of many teachers at BOHS who juggles distance teaching, and the distance learning of their own children.
BOHS teachers adapt to distance learning
Rachel Lim and Karis Choi

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, BOHS teachers are striving to overcome the "distance" in distance learning with innovation and technology. Virtual...

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