Lady Moors Overcome Arroyo Knights

KEVIN KONG Staff Writer It must be hard to stay on task, especially if your team flip-flops between wins and losses, but for the varsity girlsʼ volleyball team, this was certainly not an issue as they beat the Arroyo Knights on Sept. 20, 3-1. “I think itʼs going to be a very competitive match, but weʼre going to win. We

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Skills U.S.A.

Clubs are what help shape the culture of our high school. From special interests to community service, the variety not only expands student horizons but also enables a connection between students. In Skills U.S.A., students can learn professional skills and apply them in life. “[Skills U.S.A.] promotes professional leadership and vocational traits,” Oscar Motta, the clubʼs adviser, said. Meeting every

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Korean Club

Clubs are a way of interaction, a sense of mutual ground that bring people to gather together to share interest in a common cause. Friendships develop and flourish and students are able to share their opinions and form ideas on particular subject matters. One specific subject of interest that draws pupils closer is the Korean culture. Just recently, the Korean

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Mud Club

It is a new school year, and many exciting things are in store for everyone. There are numerous opportunities to get more involved with the school, such as joining or starting a club. Lisa Llexim, who is a new teacher at Alhambra High, has decided to start a pottery club. The Mud Club is for people who have an interest

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Sad, Awful Test Produces Low Scores

JOYCE LAM Editor in Chief At some point, the typical high school student meets face-to-face with the horrors of the SAT. For many, the SAT is nothing more than a Sad, Awful Test, and it also happens to be on Saturdays. Even now, it continues to remain important and mandatory for those who plan to apply to a wide range

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Fish Are Friends, Not Food

CATHERINE CHIANG Opinions Editor Lately, the fancy Asian banquets my family likes to drag me to have felt different. The notoriously loud table talk and the suspiciously off-white cloth napkins were still there, but there was definitely something lacking. When I read on the news that California recently banned the sale, trade and possession of shark fins, I had my

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