The Wildcat

As a result of technological distractions and a lack of motivation, many students struggle to prioritize tasks and get them done. Procrastination researchers, Dr. Piers Steel and Dr. Tim Pychyl, share their takes on what students can do to complete work more efficiently.

Cure Your Procrastination

Ellen Kim, News Editor
January 20, 2021
Daisy Arias, Spanish teacher, teaches lessons during a recent Zoom session.

Say hola to Señorita Arias

Melissa Perez, Opinion Co-Editor
December 3, 2020
A staggering 78% of 17-year old girls are insecure about their bodies. For staff writer Melissa Perez, it's the social media influencers with impossibly skinny bodies  that fuel her insecurities.

Pretty Enough

Melissa Perez, Opinion Co-Editor
November 24, 2020
Kara Dietz (left) and her father (right) take a picture at the 2018 Teacher of the Year ceremony at the Disneyland Hotel. Before his passing, Dietz's father was able to attend his daughter's award ceremony after being a key motivator for her career. 

Like Father, Like Daughter

Lindsey Kim, Staff Writer
November 20, 2020
Instead embracing the traits that make us human, unique, and beautiful, many teens are adversely affected by social media's definition of the

Body shaming fueled by social media

Rachel Lim, Illustrator
October 15, 2020
Dr. Laurie Santos lectures to Yale students about social media use in her “Psychology and the Good Life” course. Santos's course was called the

A Happier Life

Ellen Kim, News Editor
September 22, 2020
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