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ASB 2015: Making AHS ‘Bigger and Better’

FARRAH LUU Editor in Chief As the pace of the school year kicks in, the Associated Student Body’s (ASB) mentality is to make everything this year bigger and better than it has ever been. As Alhambra High School’s student government, ASB hopes to increase student involvement on campus and establish …

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Republicans Push AP U.S. History To Become “His” Story

JENNIFER FAN Staff Writer AP U.S. History (APUSH) has been a subject of debate for years. Conservative Republicans have opposed the subject since October 2012, when retired APUSH teacher Larry Krieger and the Republican National Congress deemed the APUSH curriculum “unpatriotic,” as it put America in a negative light both …

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Farewell from a President’s Desk

KRISTIE SHAM ASB President For those who know me personally, or those who have had the amusement of seeing me in a P.E. class, you know that I am not a runner. One trip up to one of our third-floor classrooms will leave me out of breath for an embarrassing …

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AIGAT YOUR BACK: Goodbye AHS: High School No Moor

SUSANNA AIGA Opinions Editor The high school experience was not nearly as remarkable as one would expect based on how it has been portrayed by countless young adult novels and films. I spent most of my time in AHS going through the motions, complaining about lack of sleep or crippling …

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CHEERS & JEERS

PAULA KIRYA SARA HERNANDEZ Staff Writers WASC praised Alhambra High School for accomplishments. ASB introduced its first annual Homecoming Parade and Food Truck Day. AHS Red Cross Club collected more blood than Mark Keppel and San Gabriel combined in winter and spring blood drives. Senior Council hosted an Easter Egg …

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MOOR VS. MOOR: Public or Private Colleges?

PUBLIC DEREK WU Staff Writer The months of March and April are typically the time when seniors decide what they want to do with their lives. Seniors who choose to attend a four-year university will have to choose between two paths in life: private or public universities. One factor that …

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College List

Art Center College of Design Areli Arellano……………Graphic Design Azusa Pacific University April Rivera………..Communications Macy Chung……………… Nursing Maria Henriquez………….Nursing Boston University Claudia Hui………..Education/History California Institute of Technology Aya Jishi…………………….Biology California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Andrew Ma………..Animal Science Anna Chie………….Communications/Public Relations Carlos Arevalo……Wood Technology Cindy Hang……..Animal Science David Tran…..Electrical Engineering Michelle Leung………..Chemistry …

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Thespians Throw a Ball at 2015 Spring Musical

On April 9, the Thespian Honors Society performed their version of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella,” capturing the talent of our fellow Moors in a collaboration of the visual and performing arts. The play maintains many beloved iconic elements of the classic tale, from the voluminous blue dress to the shiny …

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Crossing the Caro-line: Breathe Before Diving

CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief Some of us spend so much time slacking off that finishing an assignment punctually becomes an accomplishment; conversely, some of us work ourselves to the point that we are almost always physically, emotionally and mentally exhausted, too drained to enjoy hobbies and simple pleasures we …

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