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Another sip of Joe

JULIANNA VALDIVIA STAFF WRITER Globally, an average of 1.4 billion cups of coffee are poured every day. According to CNN article, adding basic coffee creamers can lead to heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Body fat can be come from sweetened coffee. For the people that like to have multiple cups a day, the risks of heart disease increases as

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Eyewitnesses

KENNY SITU STAFF WRITER 41 year-old Richard Jones has been released from prison. After being wrongfully incarcerated for stealing a purse, Richard has finally gotten released after 17 years. An eyewitness had mistaken him for someone else. Along with the fact that 73 percent of innocent convicts are incarcerated due to faulty witnesses according to The Innocence Project. It is

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Catalan Independence

KATHERINE GONG STAFF WRITER On Oct. 31, Carles Puigdemont, president of the Catalan government, stated in a press conference that he would not seek asylum in Belgium. This potential threat against him comes in recent light of Catalonia’s attempt to seek independence from Spain. A region in the northeastern part of the country, the polls have shown that around 48.7%

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The Talk In Communications classes

BINTA DIALLO, LEANNA ANG STAFF WRITER In order to become successful in this competitive world, speaking and being able to clearly communicate with others is crucial. The ability to interact with others is essential to being successful in both the workforce and an individual’s daily life; therefore, assigning at least one year of communications class in high schools should most

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New typhoid vaccine could have “huge impact”

AMY PATEL STAFF WRITER A new vaccine has just been reported to stop the dangers of the typhoid fever. The typhoid fever, caused by salmonella typhi bacteria, is spread through dirty water and contaminated food and has been seen in over 22 annual million cases. Children are amongst the highest numbers of victims, as they are the ones who are

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Several States File Lawsuit

DALHILA BUELNA STAFF WRITER Eighteen states, including California, have filed a lawsuit against the Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos because of a delay of regulations that were meant to protect students from being defrauded by colleges. The lawsuit filed accuses DeVos of illegally delaying the regulations placed by the Obama Administration which were aimed at predatory colleges in order to

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Twelve Angry Jurors

JASON ZHU EDITOR AND CHIEF It has been the Alhambra’s Thespian Society and Drama Department’s annual tradition to stage their rendition of a contemporary play for the community every November. This year, the Thespians are proud to perform Reginald Rose’s “Twelve Angry Juror”. This year’s play is a heightened courtroom thriller, in contrast to last year’s “Blithe Spirit”, which was

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High School Athletes should be tested for using PEDs

RAINER QUILIA STAFF WRITER High school athletes are getting more attention because of social media. People are noticing their talent and amazing strength and athleticism. Some of these athletes have worked very hard to get to the level that they are in. However, there are some young athletes who use performance enhancing drugs to make themselves stronger than others. Using

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Reflecting On The Season

TIFFANY ALEMAN STAFF WRITER The girl’s volleyball team has had a tough season this year but the Moors have strived to improve.The varsity team had their last home game Thursday Oct. 21 against Montebello High School. Alhambra had kept a steady score of 25-21 in the first quarter. As the game progressed, the intensity was felt all throughout the audience,

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