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Creativity of Wood

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief There is something for everyone that makes us excited and creative. While some students might find joy in taking AP classes or drama, some might want to make things with their hands and learn how to manipulate wood to make projects. AHS currently offers two …

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Exploration of Architecture

SARA HERNANDEZ Staff Writer Among AHS’ shop classes is the architecture and drafting class. Students who take this class are generally interested in pursuing architecture in the future or simply enjoy the class. “I like how architecture teaches us about the process of designing buildings and it’s cool because I’ve …

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The Wheel Deal

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer AHS’ Industrial Technology department includes Auto Technology classes, taught by Victor Quiroz in room IT-7, which allow students to learn the basics of how to maintain a car. There are two levels of Auto Technology: Auto Technology 1/2 and Auto Technology 3/4. Auto Technology 1/2, the …

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Introduction: A Helping Hand

JADE LIEU Features Editor Do you have a first aid kit handy? From a small, bleeding cut to being as serious as a broken leg, first aid has been there to assist. Throughout history, first aid has been slowly but surely improving, implementing technology in order to help as well. …

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Taking a Shot at Donating

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer American Red Cross is the world’s largest humanitarian organization that provides disaster and emergency services. They offer disaster relief as well as health and safety training and education. Alhambra High’ own Red Cross organization also teaches their members basic first aid and disaster preparedness. “Red Cross …

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Era of Lifesaving Aid

SARA HERNANDEZ Staff Writer Accidents happen all around, even when we do not notice them. Some are as small as a paper cut but some can be more severe like someone drowning. These circumstances require a knowledge on first aid. First aid is a field that when first comes to …

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RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS

Introduction JANET GUAN Copy Editor Feb. 17 is National Random Acts of Kindness Day. On average, People tend to focus on their losses rather than their victories in life. A kind gesture can remind them to look in retrospect and think positively. Any action, small or large, is acceptable and …

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The Road to Love

JADE LIEU Features Editor The friend zone: a place where many would not like to be during this time of the year. Valentine’s Day is nearing and while many would like to spend it with their significant other, some may not have one. Although deemed as a notorious place to …

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Voyages With Friendships

CAROLINE REN Editor-in-Chief Popular media, from music to books to television shows and movies, frequently characterizes romantic relationships as desirable or an end goal. Even fictional plotlines that don’t revolve around love, like those of action movies, still manage to insert side flings and gratuitous kissing. As a result, society …

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The Perks of Being Single

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer S.A.P. stands for, “Single and Proud.” People who call themselves this do not believe that there is anything wrong with not having a significant other, if anything they believe that there are benefits to being single. According to by the Huffington Post, single people are more …

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