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Walnut High School | 400 Pierre Rd. Walnut, Calif. 91789

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Walnut High School | 400 Pierre Rd. Walnut, Calif. 91789

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Walnut High School | 400 Pierre Rd. Walnut, Calif. 91789

Cathy Li

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief

Hi everyone, my name is Cathy Li and I’m in the 12th grade, serving as your Print editor-in-chief. Though I blame Pubs for my irrationally strong hatred of Oxford commas and at least 23% of my stress-induced breakouts, I wouldn’t trade journalism for the world. I’m glad to have found an avenue in which my natural nosiness is celebrated.

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Just plane fun

Just plane fun

Cathy Li, Staff writer
March 25, 2024
A rose by any other matter would be just as sweet

A rose by any other matter would be just as sweet

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief
February 13, 2024
Senior Mary Wang and junior Joshua Husain discuss their design for the new pamphlets for the Ron Hockwalt Academies. “I was kind of frustrated because during this time, we had a lot of ideas that were clashing with each other,” Husain said.

Students challenge age-old assumptions

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief
December 6, 2023
WHS has not banned any books from its curriculum, though there have been some concerns raised by parents in the past, according to librarian Tania Voss. However, Voss said books that deal with difficult subjects can impart valuable lessons. “Books help open up your eyes. I don’t ever want my kids or the students here to live in a bubble,” she said. “Books will deal with issues you hopefully don’t have to come in contact with, but working through that in a story helps you [develop] empathy. Even though this isn’t something that’s in your space, this is something to be aware of and stand up for others.”

Learning from banned books

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief
October 10, 2023
Print EIC senior Cathy Li begins creating her first pour-over coffee in a drip cup. “The coffee-making process [was] intricate, but the routine was relaxing,” Li said.

A coffee-filled Sunday at Aroma Craft

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief
September 25, 2023
Jacob Collier impresses with Djesse Volume 3 tour

Jacob Collier impresses with Djesse Volume 3 tour

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief
September 18, 2023
Peer counseling practices on counseling through speaking activities.

Mental health resources available for students

Cathy Li, Print editor-in-chief
September 1, 2023
May we have your attention please

May we have your attention please

Cathy Li, Copy editor-in-chief and Opinion editor
May 15, 2023
“Daisy Jones & The Six” pulls at viewers’ heartstrings

“Daisy Jones & The Six” pulls at viewers’ heartstrings

Cathy Li, Print and copy editor-in-chief
March 20, 2023
Photo by Cathy Li

Introducing the 2023 Teacher of the Year

Cathy Li, Opinion editor and Copy Editor-in-Chief
March 15, 2023
The first article was written by ChatGPT, and the second was written by our Opinion editor.

Putting ChatGPT to the test

Cathy Li, Copy editor-in-chief and Opinion editor
February 7, 2023
Music mentors tune in with the younger generation

Music mentors tune in with the younger generation

Cathy Li, Opinion editor and Copy EIC
January 10, 2023
Changes in Twitter policies lead to hate speech and misinformation

Changes in Twitter policies lead to hate speech and misinformation

Cathy Li, Copy editor-in-chief and Opinion editor
January 5, 2023
Past reflects a new present

Past reflects a new present

Cathy Li, Opinion editor and Copy EIC
November 2, 2022
Hear me out | IMC President senior Lance Vinculado (left) listens to his peers’ opinions on matters such as fundraisers and bondings. “The directors wanted to create more leadership opportunities for students throughout the school year. Being open to each other’s ideas and having the willingness to set aside our differences to work with one another will [ensure a smooth year].”

Instrumental ensembles adopt new leadership system

Cathy Li, Copy editor-in-chief and Opinion editor
September 26, 2022
Rising popularity of misogynistic content poses harmful ideas

Rising popularity of misogynistic content poses harmful ideas

Cathy Li, Copy editor-in-chief and Opinion editor
September 26, 2022

In these unprecedented times

Cathy Li, Feature editor
April 25, 2022
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