I am not a “model minority.” I am me.

I am not a “model minority.” I am me.

Ehvan Fennell, Life & Culture Editor May 30, 2023

The month of May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. It recognizes the influence of Asian American and Pacific Islander culture, history and achievements across the United States. In...

Time to kiss this Southern stain away and welcome a new attraction for families to enjoy. Via Disney.

Say goodbye to Splash Mountain

Robbie Doctor, Staff Reporter May 30, 2023

We are counting down the final days of one of Disneyland’s iconic park staples. Disney announced that Splash Mountain in both Disney World and Disneyland would be reimagined into a new attraction...

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 via Steam.

Opinion: The faithful COD community is pissed and rightfully so

Ehvan Fennell, Life & Culture Editor May 30, 2023

It's time to skip out on buying the new Call of Duty every year and see that Activision is only here for your money. Don't feel bad for a multi-million dollar company that is riddled with multiple micro...

Student-made paper koinobori hanging within the Equity Center.

Tango no Sekku: Cultural celebration series

Ehvan Fennell, Lifestyle and Culture Editor May 23, 2023

May 5 is Tango no Sekku, also known as Boy’s Day or “double fifth,” one of five seasonal Japanese festivals influenced by Chinese customs that was held every year since the Nara period, a historic...

Various food stalls at the Filipino Night Market. Via Hajin Kim.

Filipino Night Market brings the community together in Walnut

Adam Young, Staff Reporter May 23, 2023

Located at the intersection of Amar Road and Nogales Street, the vibrant Filipino Night Market in Walnut, California, united the Filipino community over delicious traditional food, lively music and shared...

Cafe 91: Win-win for students

Cafe 91: Win-win for students

Alex Ruiz, Staff Reporter May 23, 2023

Hands-on learning is beneficial to students' education and Cafe 91 provides that exact experience for students interested in culinary arts. Located on the first floor of Building 78, the student-run restaurant...

Helen Zia, a passionate activist, journalist, writer and member of Asian American and LGBTQ communities.

Helen Zia: From minority to majority

Ehvan Fennell, Lifestyle and Culture Editor May 21, 2023

Helen Zia, a journalist, writer and a staple activist within Asian American and LGBTQ history, has authored literature that captured the frightened emotion of living in America as either queer, a person...

Emma Chamberlain poses for her Rolling Stone shoot. Via Alana O’Herlihy/Rolling Stone.

Opinion: Emma Chamberlain’s Rolling Stone cover is well deserved

Brisa Gutierrez, Social Media Manager May 19, 2023

Emma Chamberlain has been crowned “Miss Internet” on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine for their second ever “Creator Issue” and it makes total sense. Critics who said she doesn't deserve the...

A person plays alone at an arcade machine.

The death of arcades

Delila Grubaugh, Features Editor May 19, 2023

In the pursuit of entertainment, the creation of the first-ever commercial video game Computer Space was born and soon after came the birth of the establishments that housed multiple coin-operated video...

Downtown Fairplex in the LA County Fair.

How to save time and money at Fairplex

Adam Young, Staff Reporter May 19, 2023

The Los Angeles County Fair is back until May 29. Here are some tips to save money and time while having fun at the fair with friends and family. Pricing Season pass parking is $80 while regular parking...

Sushi rolls freshly prepared and ready to be eaten. Via Kasumi Loffler/Pexels.

Diving deep into the world of supermarket sushi

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter May 19, 2023

For those of us who love sushi, we don’t always have the time or money to go to a good sushi restaurant. We see the sushi cases at the grocery store and wonder, does the supermarket sushi taste good...

The crowd descends on all the vendors at 562 Flea.

562 Flea adds an extra layer of style to Cal Poly Pomona

Willy Wang, Staff Reporter May 17, 2023

562 Flea descended on the campus parking lot of Cal Poly Pomona on May 7, with over 200 vendors, selling men’s and women’s vintage clothing and accessories. Started in 2020, the flea market held...

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