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JEFFREY GIBSON STAFF WRITER Literature has always been a topic of controversy. In schools across the nation, children are taught morals from these works, yet

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Oh So Sweet Confections!

LISA PHUNG STAFF WRITER Halloween is just around the corner. Creatures will be spotted all over the streets going from door to door to get the most candy. Candy is a type of sugary sensation that ranges from bubble gum and gumdrops to chocolate and lollipops. However, there is so much more to explore.

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Football Team Fumbles in Fourth Home Game

BRYAN ALBARRAN STAFF WRITER The cold air, the cloudy sky, a wet field and bleachers full of spectators was the scene of the Alhambra football team’s home game against South Pasadena High School on Sept. 22. The game began with a battle of wits and strength from both teams. In the beginning, both teams were well balanced. This progressed to

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Spotlight: Analy Hidalgo

TIFFANY ALEMAN STAFF WRITER Q: How has leading the team this season been going for you? A: Each match I have continued to improve my score and teaching the new girls has been a lot of fun. How does it feel to be captain as a sophomore? A: Being captain my sophomore year is a great opportunity to lead a

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Oh So Sweet Confections!

LISA PHUNG STAFF WRITER Halloween is just around the corner. Creatures will be spotted all over the streets going from door to door to get the most candy. Candy is a type of sugary sensation that ranges from bubble gum and gumdrops to chocolate and lollipops. However, there is so much more to explore.

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Knock for a Treat

JULIANNA VALDIVIA STAFF WRITER As Halloween rolls around, trick-or-treating is one of the first activities that come to people’s minds. However, candy was not always a part of Halloween. Even though Halloween has been around since the 1800s, the idea of kids going house-to-house for treats did not start until the late 1930s. At first, kids would only get homemade

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Put Away Those Milky Ways!

XIAOYE WANG STAFF WRITER Candy is a popular treat that has been seen in many shapes, sizes and flavors. It is the reason why children carefully plan out which houses to visit in advance and make a game of finding the jackpot from all houses. The type of candies handed out have changed several times from the earliest celebration of

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Banned Books

JEFFREY GIBSON STAFF WRITER Literature has always been a topic of controversy. In schools across the nation, children are taught morals from these works, yet the school curriculum has banned many of them. Books from Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” to Robert P. Warren’s “All The King’s Men,” and even Vladimir Nabokov’s “Lolita” have been banned at some time

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A Climate Change in Education

IVAN HO STAFF WRITER In recent years, many people have raised concern over the destructive side effects of climate change. Many school policy makers have wished to incorporate climate change as a part of high school education to help raise environmental awareness. By teaching students about climate change, they could help improve the environment and ease the effects of climate

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Mandate Extracurricular Activities

BINTA DIALLO & KENNY SITU STAFF WRITERS Extracurricular activities are a part of almost every school’s culture, as they provide opportunities to explore a variety of interests to all students. Not only does taking extracurricular activities increase the chances of a student being accepted into the college he or she wishes to attend, it also allows people to pick up

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