Deetya Adikhari

Staff Writer

Deetya Adhikari (she/her) is a 15-year-old living in the United States. She has interests in a variety of topics/subjects such as philosophy, writing, and coding. She also is a black belt in taekwondo and loves to play guitar. You could find Deetya reading books, playing video games, or binging a tv show in her free time.

Deetya Adikhari

Posts by Deetya Adikhari

Sofia Kianni: Teenage Climate Activist

For most teenagers, starting a business is a daunting goal, thought impossible. At 18 years old, fresh out of high school Sofia Kianni tackled this expectation*, starting her own comp...

By Deetya Adikhari In Spotlight Mar 30, 2022

Spotify Misinformation - Joe Rogan

Spotify, an extremely popular free music streaming platform, is grappling not only a legal dilemma but also a moral one. Joe Rogan’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, recently has be...

By Deetya Adikhari In Opinion Mar 30, 2022

Midterm Elections in Virginia

On November 2nd, states across the US held their regular elections - New Jersey and Virginia held their gubernatorial elections and state legislative elections, while other states res...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Nov 25, 2021

Coronavirus Vaccines Mandates

Since the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine became FDA approved, one would expect less resistance to becoming vaccinated. With three out of ten Americans still remaining unvaccinated, and 14% s...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Oct 25, 2021

As Schools Are Reopening

After almost two years in virtual learning, many schools in the United States have at last reopened their doors for a full-time in-person education. People have said that this is the ...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Sep 30, 2021

How much privacy do we receive on social media?

Users of the internet know that they’re being tracked by the platforms they use — most notably by Google and Facebook. Although users have some understanding, they do not realize just...

By Deetya Adikhari In Opinion Aug 25, 2021

Activism as a Platform for Modern Art

The human mind, though capable of independent thought, is susceptible to the persuasive power of image. Throughout history, art influenced the grasp that rulers had on their empires. ...

By Deetya Adikhari In Art Jul 31, 2021

Texas Abortion Laws

On January 22nd, 1973, the Supreme Court decided through a (7-2) ruling that “unduly restrictive state regulation of abortion in unconstitutional.” This decision, known as Roe v. Wade...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Jun 27, 2021

Pride or Greed? The Double-Sided Nature of Rainbow Capitalism

Time and time again, capitalism, by nature, exploits marginalized communities by transforming them into mere markets, and selling them back to these communities as a commodity. Rainbo...

By Deetya Adikhari In Opinion Jun 27, 2021

Amazon Union Vote Appealed

Demand for online delivery has increased as quarantine suddenly struck society, and popular online retailer Amazon is no stranger to that fact. According to an employee tally at one d...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events May 31, 2021

Queer and Self Identities During Lockdown

Insecurity plagues many of us, taunting our very being. It comes in several forms, whether it be through our physical appearance, gender, sexual orientation, or even personality. Some...

By Deetya Adikhari In Opinion Apr 27, 2021

GameStop's Sudden Surge in Stock Prices

In an increasingly online world, the role of GameStop was steadily diminishing. People do not feel the need to visit physical stores to purchase video games, instead utilizing online ...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Mar 01, 2021