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Boys’ Basketball Adapts to Second New Coach

Although they have had a few losses, the boys’ freshmen basketball team is hopeful for upcoming games. As new Head Coach Monte, a first-time coach and former player for Pasadena City College, leads them into the rest of the season. “He pushes us a lot more [than the previous coach]. …

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Forgotten ID Cards Result in Consequence

At the beginning of each semester, AHS implements new rules, but one that has not changed is the replacement and consequences of losing or forgetting ID cards. Losing the cards can be a hassle. Without them, students are not allowed to borrow any books from the Bookroom. In an emergency …

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Tianjin Nankai Students Visit Campus

On Feb. 3, students from Tianjin Nankai High School (TNHS), in southern Beijing, visited AHS. It is one of the most prestigious high schools in China and a distinguished public school for preparing students to take the National College Entrance Exam. They are part of a program sponsored by East …

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Artists’ Anonymous Get Down with the 60’s

For the past months, the members of Artists’ Anonymous (AA) have been working on an exhibition influenced by 60’s styled visual art. Entitled “Kaleidoscope Eyes,” the collection consists of student-created artwork  inspired by the themes expressed in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s counter-culture movement. Currently on display at the …

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Alcohol Restriction Lowers Teenage Death Rates

In Oct. 2009, San Gabriel High School alumna Vicky Chen was killed by a drunk driver as she and a friend tried to fix a flat tire on the freeway. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 350,000 people between the ages 15 to 19 received medical …

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