Limited Diversity Teams

VINCENT LIN ANGELYNE CHU Sports Editors The welcoming quality of a culturally diverse team is always ideal, but where does that leave sports that are dominated by one racial group? Contrary to what one may perceive, these more homogeneous sports are confident in accepting athletes of any color, so long as they meet the qualities that any team would value.

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A Glimpse into the Future: A Road Map for Seniors

Many underclassmen view senior year as nine months of carefree, slacking-off fun. This fantasy is shattered the minute students begin to consider the stress and choices that follow. Most students will continue their education at universities and community colleges, while others will choose a different path, such as enlisting in the armed forces. Regardless of each individual senior’s future plans,

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Choosing the Right College

For the lucky seniors who will receive multiple acceptances letters this spring, another tedious task is at hand – choosing a college. While there are many factors to consider, the following are typically deciding aspects. Location: While some students view college as an opportunity to explore previously undiscovered cities and perhaps even countries, others cannot bear the thought of being

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Financing Your Education

For many prospective college students, paying full price for a higher education is out of the question. In fact, because of financially unstable times, the average student graduates from college with $20,000 worth of debt to their name. Due to raised tuition costs, room and board as well as other miscellaneous expenses that add up during a college career, it

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Life After High School: The Navy

Some students go off to college to earn a degree right after graduation. Some go straight into the work force to start earning money; however, senior Jeff Chen is doing things a little differently— he’s going off to the Navy. Yearning for independence and hoping to give his younger siblings a better chance so his parents will be able to

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The Waiting Game

Now that the daunting task of applying to colleges is over for many seniors, the anxious game of waiting is the only thing that is separating us from receiving news of our admission status to their dream schools. After four long years of preparing—taking ACTs, studying for SATs, slaving over AP test prep, collecting extracurricular activities and perfecting personal statements—it

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