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Karen Wang

Karen Wang, News Editor

Karen Wang is a Northwood senior and News Editor for The Howler. In her free time she likes to play with her cat and organize her Google Drive.

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CARTING TO H-MART: Senior Sydney Hoang browses the endless flavors of Pocky at the newly opened H-Mart in Westpark Plaza.

Ethnic Grocery Stores

Karen Wang, News Editor
October 11, 2022
KEEN TO BE GREEN:  Irvines thriving plant scenery withstands blazing drought.

Water District Grant

Karen Wang, News Editor
September 26, 2022
CLAIM, EVIDENCE, MEMIFICATION:  The 2115 APUSH exam will require students to analyze memes, tweets, and random photos from obscure Instagram pages.

22nd century APUSH DBQ analysis

Karen Wang, News Editor
March 12, 2022
READY TO RUN: Freshman Riley Thai sprints towards the soccer ball, scanning the field to determine whether to dribble the ball or pass it to her teammate during a practice scrimmage.

Rising cases increase precautions

Karen Wang, News Editor
February 10, 2022

Un-brrrrr-lievable sights

Karen Wang, News Editor
December 8, 2021
The (baza)arty at 626 Night Market

The (baza)arty at 626 Night Market

Karen Wang, News Editor
October 27, 2021

Oil spill at Huntington

Karen Wang, News Editor
October 27, 2021
Geology: For the Crater Good

Geology: For the Crater Good

Karen Wang, News Editor
October 12, 2021
CREATING THE MAGIC OF THE NIGHT: Three musicians of the Southland Mega Groove perform at the dance party for Irvine’s 50th anniversary at the Great Park while others dance.

Happy 50th anniversary, Irvine!

Karen Wang, News Editor
September 29, 2021
A Love for Trails: Outdoor enthusiasts can now access the beach more easily than ever.

Jeffrey Trails heads to the beach

Karen Wang, News Editor
September 29, 2021
Crispy samosas, tangy fruits and creamy Sheer Khurma make their way onto the table as sunset arrives. In the meantime, a clay tasbih, etched with ritual recitations, attached to beads known as the mohr are used as a physical guide during prayer.

Ramadan Traditions

Karen Wang, News Editor
May 11, 2021
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