The Purple Tide

Chantilly High School embraces Korean Culture

Shivani Sethu, Staff writer

December 19, 2019

Whether it be the food, the language or the music, Korean culture is getting steadily more assimilated into the lives of American youth. With the increasing population of Koreans in this area, it seems students are surrounded b...

BREAKING NEWS: Overview of Chantilly’s week of threats

Sydney Tucker and Catherine Xu

November 22, 2019

On Friday, Nov. 15, an unexpected email found its way into the inboxes of parents and guardians. A threat was messaged on an online video game chat for the following Friday. However, this was only the beginning of the panic expe...

Nation divided over impeachment inquiry

Alessandra Tazoe, Editor-in-Chief

November 14, 2019

In late September, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump. On Oct. 31, the House voted 232 to 196 in approval of going forward with the impeachment inquiry. The or...

Rise in hate crimes causes concern

Irene Si, copy editor

October 2, 2019

El Paso, a western Texas city that is 80% Hispanic, recently suffered from a mass shooting at a Walmart shopping center that took 22 lives and injured 24 others, according to the Wall Street Journal. The shooter, a white natio...