Spotlight: Magan Chiang

JIMMY TANG Copy Editor The varsity girls’ volleyball team proved that they were no longer the underdogs as they ended their season with a third-place ranking in the Almont League. It was the dedication and effort of the players that made their season successful. Senior outside hitter Magan Chiang has been a member of the girls’ volleyball team since her

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Spotlight: Jonathan Bird

TINA CHEN Staff Writer As the season for football comes to an end, many of the players will begin their off-season practices while many seniors are going to graduate with an experience that will be remembered for a lifetime. One varsity player who will leave Alhambra High School after four years of being a Moors football player is senior captain

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A Scoop of Winterball

DIANA LI Staff Writer The end of the year is approaching, and that means winter is coming. Following school tradition and the spirit of the holiday season, Girls’ League hosted this year’s Winterball. The dance was held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Long Beach on Friday, December 16 from 7 to 11pm. This year’s theme was “Here in Your

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A Cozy Wonderland

KATHERINE ONG Staff Writer Those who attended Winterball 2011 found the night to be reminiscent of the winter season. The colors, winter blue, ivory and lavender emulated the scenery of a Winter Wonderland. The colors were showcased throughout the rooms and were accentuated by huge Christmas trees outside the dance room and the the theme: “Here In Your Arms” illustrates

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Staff Editorial: Evaluating the Benefits of Gender-Based Education

In education, the ability for students to grasp a curriculum is crucial to success. As many students are unique, the class should reflect each individual’s needs. In a shallow overview of demographics, an obvious distinction would be based on gender. Now, if that were an influential aspect for success, also consider the impacts in the classroom. Woodward Avenue Elementary School

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