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Summit Weekly Briefing of 4/18/2022

Your Summit Weekly Briefing By Ashwath Vimal, Angela Hwang and Ethan Ignatovsky Staff Writers   Disclaimer: Though the Weekly Briefings are no longer tagged in the Opinions section of Summit News and we try to remain as unbiased as possible, our opinions may show through in this article, especially in the “Actions” section.   Summit:  Read Staff Writer Diana Morales’s

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Adulting 101 prepares students for the real world

By Diego Contreras, Ashley Gil and Diana Morales  Staff Writers When students at Summit Prep think of the Adulting 101 course, they usually think about taxes, investments and other boring financial jargon; but expeditions teacher Phoenix Lawson explained that the class goes into much more than just economics.  “Every time I tell somebody we’re doing adulting they’re like, oh we’re

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Redevelopment plan sets new heights for the future of Sequoia Station

By Evan Lipa, Juan Lona and Michael Wynne Staff Writers Summit Prep junior Robert Lopez is one of Redwood City’s weekly shoppers at Safeway located in the south center of Sequoia Station, routinely shopping there for food and resources needed to support his family. Sequoia Station is a shopping center in downtown Redwood City, frequently used by people throughout the

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Tragedy in Astroworld: The history of chaos at Travis Scott concerts

By Jovani Alejandro Contreras Prep Editor-in-Chief  As fainted concertgoers were being treated by medics, Travis Scott continued to perform at the Friday night Astroworld Festival. A crowd of over 50,000 filled NRG Park to see the “Sicko Mode” rapper perform in Houston. Eight people have been confirmed dead and hundreds more were hospitalized with injuries, the victim’s ages ranged from

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Ben Shapiro’s debut film “Run Hide Fight” is the worst action movie of the year

By Jovani Alejandro Contreras Prep Editor-in-Chief When I first heard the conservative news website The Daily Wire was getting into the movie business, I was skeptical. Co-founded by American commentator Ben Shapiro, the news site is notorious for conservative clickbait. They then partnered with disgraced film producer Dallas Sonnier to make an action film set in a school shooting. My

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