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Shining the Spotlight on Annual Stage Show

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Shining the Spotlight on Annual Stage Show

DEBORAH CHEN Copy Editor REBECCA ZENG Staff Writer After a whole year of practice and preparation, the annual AHS Stage Show took place on April 25. The AHS Dance Team, consisting of Drill, Orchesis and All-Male, in addition to a guest appearance by the Cheer Team, performed in the Stage Show named “The Stage is
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Features

High School Landmarks

JENNY LEE Features Editor Think of a moment on campus that means something to you, ups or downs that may have made you cry tears of joy or tears of sorrow. Here are a few “landmarks” that may jolt your memory: 1. Your first lunch: As a freshman, it is a fresh start. You come
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The Choice of a Lifetime

BARRY CHEUNG Staff Writer “I want to be a doctor! Actually, I want this major now and this job!” College graduates are commonly indecisive about their job choices and desire several different ones. Getting a degree is hard enough, but how hard is it to get a job afterwards? According to a 2013 AfterCollege Job-Seeker
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Test Your Collegial Knowledge

JADE LIEU Staff Writer True or False: 35% of recent college graduates are the first in their family to earn a bachelor’s degree. (False) (20%) Which is the most popular college major? A. Psychology B. Business C. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics D. Nursing (B.) Did you know? A bachelor’s degree adds about $15,000 in
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Degrees for Dollars

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer In the past decade, the U.S. unemployment rates have risen to their highest level since the recession of the 1980’s with an unemployment rate of 10.1 percent in Oct. 2009. As of February the current unemployment rate is 6.7 percent and slowly declining, but what caused it to reach that height
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Badminton Team Rallies After Ending Arduous Season

KAYIU WONG Staff Writer After finishing the last of their Almont League matches, the varsity and JV badminton teams ended the spring season with a streak of consecutive losses. The teams’ last season game was against the San Gabriel Matadors on April 24. The varsity team won two out of 21 matches while the JV
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When in College, Do as the Upperclassmen Do When in College, Do as the Upperclassmen Do

JANET GUAN Copy Editor After the college acceptances, rejections and changes of path, most high school graduates will begin to prepare for their first steps of adulthood. Many will begin to pack their belongings as they get ready to move from what they have called home. Bringing the basic necessities, like clothing, should be quite
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Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Digging Through Almont League Ranks Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Digging Through Almont League Ranks

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer The varsity volleyball team maintains a record of 7-3. Ending the season in third place in league, the Moors, at one point in the season, ranked eighth in Division Three in the Southern Section of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) rankings. The Moors are ranked sixth place in the San Gabriel
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Moors Baseball Cruising Toward Tenth Consecutive Title Moors Baseball Cruising Toward Tenth Consecutive Title

SIMEON LAM Staff Writer Following a 1-0 win against the Montebello Oilers on April 25, the Moors baseball team now has an overall record of 18-3, including a perfect 9-0 record in Almont League. With a four-game lead in the Almont League standings, the team is the favorite to clinch the league title with six
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