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Girls Tennis Picks up Sixth Win of Season

RANDY YANG Staff Writer Recently, girls tennis earned their sixth win of the season against San Gabriel with an overwhelming score of 13-5. At this point, the only other school  that was in the running to win League champions was the Mark Keppel Aztecs, who had a record of 7-0.   Three year member of the girls tennis team Eleanor Hennigan […]

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Former Student Becomes Principal

SABRINA TANG Staff Writer This year, there is a new principal, Marisa Palacios. She hopes to imbue students with the same mentality that helped her succeed when she was a student here. As the first principal to be an alumna of AHS, Palacios says she aims to use her personal experience as a former student to improve the campus environment. […]

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Girls Tennis Picks up Sixth Win of Season

RANDY YANG Staff Writer Recently, girls tennis earned their sixth win of the season against San Gabriel with an overwhelming score of 13-5. At this point, the only other school  that was in the running to win League champions was the Mark Keppel Aztecs, who had a record of 7-0.   Three year member of the girls tennis team Eleanor Hennigan […]

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Moors Undefeated in Regular Season

JONATHAN REYNOSA Sports Editor At the Homecoming game on Oct.26 the Moors continued their magical season, facing off against the Bell Gardens Lancers in a closely contested game that came down to the final quarter.  The Moors trailed the Lancers for the majority of the second half; down one point the Moor’s defense answered the call. The Moors held the […]

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Tensions Flare Between the NBA and China

CLAIRE RODARTE Staff Writer Tensions are high between the National Basketball Association (NBA) and delegates from China. Controversy set in when Daryl Morey, General Manager of the Houston Rockets, tweeted support for Hong Kong. Although players and managers can have their own opinions, this caused damage for relations and future business deals.  As China is trying to endure protests by […]

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Moor View Points: Homecoming

“It was exciting to see our big win, and it’s also one of the most intense games of the season” Darian Ramirez (senior) “The song choices were interesting… except hopefully it’s not as humid in there next year” Kyley Chang (sophomore) “My experience has been great because it’s allowed me to show my school spirit, plus I love the energy […]

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Teens Should Help Others to Reduce Stress

TRINITY DURAN Staff Writer Teens undergo many changes during this stage of their life. As a result, they become more sensitive and may struggle with self-esteem issues. To remedy these stresses, teens should help others. Research studies show that when teens help strangers they have a boost in self-confidence along with a whole new mindset. Helping others will allow them […]

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Situ the Truth

KENNY SITU The older generation and the younger generation cannot seem to put their differences aside. At each other’s throats they battle. This seems to have gone to far that the phrase “OK Boomer” has become viral to insult adults in the Baby Boomer generation who cannot use technology. This makes the older generation seem unintelligent and insults all the […]

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Company Under Fire for Poor Management of Power Outage

HEIDI LI Staff Writer According to the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) utility company, residents in 16 California counties have been warned that there will be more intentional power shutoffs. With the low humidity, high temperatures and strong winds, the National Weather Service issue red flag warnings and fire weather watches. The utility company has cut power to nearly 800,000 […]

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