LAUSD Brings Back Udder Students for Budget

EMILY KONG Co-Opinions Editor The current state of our economy leads us to wonder what hasn’t been affected by the devastating budget cuts. As we all know, one of the most important areas that has taken a hard hit is education. After the budget cuts, California has tried just about everything to save money and to survive this economic crisis.

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Protest at a Funeral Challenges Free Expression

In our society of justice, laws and rights overpower feelings and often times result in offensive words and emotional turmoil. But in our country, people protesting or lashing out against what they don’t agree with is very common, and honestly, it’s not as if America can avoid it. In 2006, two Marines arrived at Al Snyder’s Maryland home, to bring

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President Obama, an Enabler?

About to embark on the “next chapter of my life,” I anticipate that college, finding a steady career, and marrying the man I love will come easy. After all, everything is handed to us. Sounds utterly ridiculous, doesn’t it? That was my impression upon learning of the President’s health care reform plan. Handing out free band-aids and condoms I could

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‘Hotshots’ Hot Among Seventh Graders

CATHERINE  CHIANG Staff Writer In today’s world, sex lurks behind every corner and in every movie rated PG and up. High school students are getting it on in television shows so it isn’t any surprise that more and more teens are following the example. Luckily, protection is available. However, the problem is that condoms are not “one size fits all.”

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Prom 2010 The Tradition Continues…

Within our culture, Prom is revered by upperclassmen as a landmark in their high school experience. Some would say that Prom is the culmination of four years of hard work. At AHS, Prom has always been a popular event. The dance which is hosted by Junior Class Council, is traditionally held at formal locations across the Los Angeles area. This

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The Gist

Picture this—high ceilings, marble walls, pillars and columns accompanied by various water and cloud lighting effects. But it doesn’t end there, as you walk outside you are greeted by the soothing sounds of a jazz band where you can admire the surrounding garden or relax in the lounge area. This may sound like a scene out of a romantic film,

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Boys’ Volleyball Fights Hard but Falls Short

VICTOR HUANG Co-Sports Editor The varsity volleyball team faced off against the defending Almont League champions, the San Gabriel Matadors, on April 16 at their home court. With starters Chucky Wu, Timothy Ly, Kevin Tea, Jay  Encinares and Jonathan Tong, the Moors fought hard, diving after loose balls and running into walls for a pass, against their opponents. Alhambra began

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Badminton Succeeds at Pasadena Poly Game

JOHNNY HUYNH Staff Writer It has been nearly a month since the start of the badminton team’s season. Things aren’t going well, according to  members. The fact that this will be their last operating season has proved to have an impact on the team’s morale, affecting their performance against their opponents. “We haven’t won any games,” said singles and mixed

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