Even though it seems simple at first glance, there are a few things to understand in order to grasp how incredible the sport really is. Here’s what you should know about the world’s most a la modé racing competition.
Posts published by “Ethan Rhee”
Ethan is a current junior at La Canada High School with a passion for nonfiction writing and public speaking. As the Deputy Editor of a global publication called The Outspoken, a contributor for the LA Times Insider, and a nonprofit called Co-Founder of Published Points of View, he is dedicated to using his words to change the world by telling the stories of others. Ethan is also a competitive fencer on the national circuit, a Captain of his school's Debate team, and a proponent of anything food-related.
Our education system, the apparatus meant to be the great equalizer of our oh-so cherished American “social mobility”, is incredibly far from being equal in and of itself. And now with every passing second, our world only continues to lose out on more of its ground-breakers, life-savers, and world-changers.
In the past 5 years, short-form content platforms have taken the media game by storm. As well-established companies such as YouTube and Instagram have recently taken on their own short-form campaigns with the likes of YouTube Shorts and Instagram Reels, it’s impossible to deny the influence they have had on the scene.
The American e-cigarette company JUUL Labs produces electronic cigarettes that are supposedly a healthier alternative for those attempting to quit smoking. This past June, the FDA announced that due to its marketing toward minors, JUUL would be banned from selling anything until further notice. What’s happening now?
Late last month, the Biden Administration announced that come October 2022, a new plan to forgive student loan debt would be put into action. Although the plan does help relieve financial strain for some people, is it really the best solution moving forward?