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Sophomore Savneet Dulay (right) discusses the lack of minority teachers with sophomore Akshaya Lingala (left) on Feb 16th, 2023. “I think non-ethnic teachers just need to be more sensitive towards some students,” said Dulay.

Involved students weigh in on impact of minority teachers

Ayaan Nadeem February 28, 2023

February is Ethnic Equality Month.  With this month as a backdrop, sophomore Savneet Dulay said having a diverse teaching staff is important. “I don’t think that there is a huge difference overall...

Sophomore Tejasvi Tadikonda (left) speaks with some friends, including sophomore Maahi Wason (right). Tadikonda said people should make an effort to learn the correct pronunciation of someone’s name. “When you say my name wrong multiple times it just looks like you really just don’t care, and that’s a big red flag,” she said.

Students with mispronounced names share experiences in light of Celebrate Your Name Week

Lorna Ding March 3, 2022

Sophomore Tejasvi Tadikonda cannot count how many names she has. Her name is pronounced THAY-jahs-vee, but people also call her T.J., TEE-jahs-vee and teh-JAWS-vee. On the first day of school, Tadikonda...

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