While some students feel the dress code unfairly targets women and should be abolished, others find it helpful in maintaining a strictly academics-focused environment.
The debate over transgender athletes’ participation in sports continues. While some believe testosterone and other such hormones don’t affect athletes’ performances much, others believe it’s unfair for biological males to compete in women’s sports.
We shouldn’t separate art from the artist because art is often tied directly to the identity of the artist, and their beliefs. Additionally, by supporting the art, we directly support the problematic artist.
After enjoying more sleep allowed by the flexibility of online school, many Huskies are finding it difficult to maintain healthy sleep schedules after the exhausting days and increased workloads from in-person school.
Calls to defund the police in Fremont have led to some changes being implemented. Huskies would like reforms such as having funds to be redirected towards homelessness prevention and other such initiatives.
At many Bay Area high school sporting events, fights have recently broken out. One solution includes having campus officers at games to prevent the outbreak of violence.
Dangerous Tiktok trends, from vandalising bathrooms to smacking teachers, have been spreading rapidly; some have even made their mark at Washington.
It’s important to consider the nutritional value of free school lunches because of the large number of students who regularly eat them.
Some students feel that masking is uncomfortable because it makes it difficult to breathe; others don’t feel much of a difference. Overall, however, Huskies understand the importance of masking in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19.