Teachers Show Off Skills at Stage Show

ELVIN CHAU MICHELLE LIN Staff Writers On April 29, the Alhambra Dance Team (ADT) hosted Stage Show at the auditorium from 7-9 p.m. Stage Show is an event that traditionally only includes the dance teams, but this year it also included teachers. The purpose of this year’s event, which was …

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First, Second, and Third World Problems at Economic Summit

MADELEINE PARAGAS Staff Writer On May 13, students in an Economics course for the second semester participated in one of their final high school projects: the Economic Summit. The summit is a hands-on activity that allows students to apply what they have learned in class to current world events. Preparation …

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Speech and Debate Members Qualify for National Tournament

CRSYTAL CHEAH Staff Writer Three Speech and Debate team members, Taylor Thomas (TT), Tiffany Chiang (TC) and Brandon Chau (BC), qualified for the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) tournament. They are qualified for Original Oratory, Congress-Senate and Congress-House, respectively. The competition will be taking place in Salt Lake City …

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Grad Nite 2016: Senior Class Visits Happiest Place on Earth

REBECCA ZENG News Editor On Saturday, May 21, some graduating seniors will arrive at school at 9 a.m. The purpose will not be to take a class or exam, but rather to board the bus to Disney California Adventure Park. In celebration of their graduation, high school seniors partake in …

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Automation Invasion

  KAYIU WONG Opinions Editor Computer-driven automation, the technology that runs self-checkout registers and automated customer service lines, appeal to the average consumer because of its ability to quickly complete traditionally manned tasks. A majority of today’s labor intensive industries are almost fully automatic. Agricultural, mining and manufacturing companies, for …

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Liabilities and Losses: $15 Minimum Wage Increase

ERIN KIM Staff Writer On March 28, California Gov. Jerry Brown announced that he had reached a deal with lawmakers and labor unions to raise the minimum wage from $10 per hour to $15 per hour by 2022. The law, known as SB-3, would essentially allow the governor to delay …

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