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Stanford students feel affected by The Daily

By Kai Lock Prep Editor-in-Chief The Stanford Newspaper, also known as The Stanford Daily, is known for its relevancy and impact on the school’s campus. Students who read through the paper find it to be powerful for students’ voices. In fact, some agree that the impact drives students to speak out on campus. Summit Prep’s student journalists interviewed different students

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Summit Rainier now offers Ethnic Studies as a course

By Judy Ly Staff Writer  Summit Public Schools has been open for 15 years, and this is the first time the course Ethnic Studies has ever been offered at the Summit Public School: Rainier campus in Eastside San Jose.  Ethnic Studies is an interdisciplinary curriculum that teaches about other ethnicities’ significant social impact on U.S. history.  Here at Summit Rainier, we welcome

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Journalists feel the effect of President Trump’s perception of libel

By Amanda Ramirez Staff Writer Donald Trump might take action on his negative views toward the media by “opening up libel laws” during his presidency. Many times throughout Mr. Trump’s campaign trail, the public has noticed his libel threats upon journalists. One example is from a Donald Trump rally in Fort Worth, Texas on Feb. 26, 2016, which gave insight

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