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Cheryl Hao

Cheryl Hao

Cheryl Hao

Cheryl is a left-handed, Houston-raised senior who loves erging and is a proud fanny pack owner. #staywoke

Im(Pressed) by These Paninis

  It’s easy to get overwhelemed in the hot line, but The Fourcast encourages you to never forget the salad bar. So hop on over to Sage’s salad bar and, amongst the frivolous leaves,...

Youngblood Makes Her Mark

DONE BY DESIGN | Youngblood’s favorite graphic, “HOW TO BE BLACK,” educates viewers on the experience of being a black woman in America. Photo Provided by Avery Youngblood. Avery Youngblood ‘12 received Beyoncé’s Formation Scholarship...

Weekend Guide to Galentine’s

Graphic by Aurelia Han, Editor-in-Chief, and Cheryl Hao, Web Editor

The Problem of Misogyny in Rap Music

I vividly remember the day that Kanye West’s music video for “Heartless” came out. It was the summer of 2009, and my older cousins and my 10-year-old self  gathered around the computer screen, all...

Five Athletes Formally Commit on Signing Day

On Feb. 8, Upper School students, parents, teammates and coaches of athletes gathered in Clements Lecture Hall to celebrate the five seniors formally committing to play at their colleges. National signing day is traditionally...

Loco for “Coco”

I’m both jealous and ecstatic that the younger generation gets this kind of representation and introduction to another culture. The most foreign thing in the movies I watched while growing up was a rat...

A Weak Light Flickers

If you follow Niall Horan on any social media, you’ll see that his life after One Direction is simple.  Snapchats from his Saturday nights are shots of the golf course he’s playing with his...

Staff Standoff: Is He Our President?

COMPROMISE By Mary Orsak To preface this article, I must admit that I despise President Donald J. Trump. His megalomania, ignorance of history and puerile temper render him incompetent to hold the most powerful...