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MiJin Cho

MiJin Cho, Editor-in-Chief

Room 31 has been Senior MiJin Cho's home since the beginning of sophomore year. She started as a staff reporter and has since worked her way up into the Editor-in-Chief position. Currently working on a series of staff profiles, MiJin looks forward to writing more features and investigative articles. Outside of journalism, MiJin's passions include volleyball and student leadership. In the future, she hopes to minor in journalism in college or join a newspaper team and find a career in medicine.

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Aiming for Liftoff

Aiming for Liftoff

March 15, 2019
Changing the Game

Changing the Game

February 13, 2019
The Rise of Instagram

The Rise of Instagram

November 30, 2018
Ram by MCho

[Photo] Sid Ram

September 5, 2018
Ali by MCho

[Photo] Aafreen Ali

September 5, 2018
This is us

This is us

October 30, 2018
Top 7 of 17: Women

Top 7 of 17: Women

January 7, 2018
Junior Julia Martinez strikes a pose in the middle of a cheerleading routine.

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September 19, 2017
Sophomore Joshua Gong carefully eyes the Jenga structure before his next move.

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September 19, 2017
Junior Shay Le plays with a soccer ball in the baseball field.

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September 19, 2017
David Gardzel and Clint Behling drive around the Back-to-School Bash with Behlings daughter.

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September 19, 2017
The Highland Tropics of the Flowers Conservatory presents a tropical setting in which high-altitude orchids, tree ferns, and dense mosses seek shelter in water-rich soil and foggy atmosphere.

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July 24, 2017
One of the thriving organisms in the aquatics in the Conservatory of Flowers, the water lily are rooted in the soil on the bottom of small bodies of water.

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July 24, 2017
The Conservatorys Aquatics contains a myriad of diverse plants within its pond ecosystem, including the water lily.

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July 24, 2017
Within California Institute of Science is the Osher Rainforest, in which more than 1,600 organisms inhabiting tropical areas around the world find their home.

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July 24, 2017
In the Rainforest, around 250 spring butterflies are set free to roam throughout the four-story glass structure.

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July 24, 2017
The butterflies within the glass dome of the Rainforest Exhibit are fed at each level with various types of citrus fruits.

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July 24, 2017
The Osher Rainforest provides smaller glass containers for exotic amphibians, including lizards, frogs, and snakes.

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July 24, 2017
The spring butterflies within the Institutes Osher Rainforest have unique patterns of colors and shapes on their wings, often attracting other butterflies and camouflaging with the tropical flowers within the exhibit.

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July 24, 2017
In addition to amphibians and butterflies, tree flowers also thrive in high altitudes, protecting themselves against predators and attracting pollinators with bright, bold colors.

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July 24, 2017
The macaw, long-tailed, colorful birds inhabiting forested areas, is the only species that fly freely in the Rainforest Dome.

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July 24, 2017
The penguins within the Institutes Aquarium gives an interactive outlet to visitors from watching penguins swim, huddle, and eat.

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July 24, 2017
California Institute of Sciences Aquarium allows visitors to touch the spines of sea urchins from corals in the Low Tides section.

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July 24, 2017
The Venus Fly Trap, a carnivorous plant in the wetlands, represents only one of many in botany sections of the Institute of Sciences.

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July 24, 2017
Entering the Aquarium is the jellyfish, illuminating the color of the a multi-colored light from above the tank.

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July 24, 2017
A school of Paracanthurus hepatus, commonly referred to as royal blue tan, swims in Steinhart Aquarium in the California Institute of Science.

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July 24, 2017
In early April, the Student Government Association announced the upcoming Jefferson Day theme: Star Wars.

Star Wars JDay Theme

April 28, 2017
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