It Pays to be Green

Energy is the very thing that fuels the earth, enabling people to accomplish essential everyday tasks such as cooking food. Without it, plants would not be able to photosynthesize, animals would be left hungry and humans left helpless. The sun, as the ultimate source of power, enables people to live in light and serves as a model to create various

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Get Away From That Pump!

Gasoline is heavily relied upon in many aspects of daily lives; the use of gasoline affects both us and the environment around us. Vehicles emit greenhouse gases, which contribute to global warming. Gasoline can also contaminate soil and surface waters, entering the food chain through the meals people eat. Many harmful effects of gasoline are due to individual chemicals in

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I’m Not Lying, Recycling Works

Like a fierce lion, Mother Nature constantly fights to protect the land she owns. Unfortunately, she has to cope with the careless inhabitants that invade her precious Earth. Many people have heard the words greenhouse effect, global warming, climate change and greenhouse gases, but may not truly comprehend the extensive consequences that are associated with them. Nevertheless, hope still exists

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Shine Bright Like Electricity

Electricity has been a natural phenomenon since the beginning of time. An ordinary flow of electrons in the expanse between the skies and land is seen during thunderstorms, as a bright light zaps across the sky. In lightning, the attraction between positive and negative charges in clouds results in a build-up of protons on land and especially on trees, mountains

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Varsity Coed Swimming Dives into League Season

NATE GARCIA Assistant Sports Editor Chlorine isn’t often known as the best hair product, but it is recognized as an essential ingredient by the AHS varsity swim team, which spends its after school hours lightening their hair and darkening their skin under the spring sun. They currently have a league record of 1-1, having lost to Gabrielino on Feb. 26,

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Boys’ Tennis Move on Despite Preseason Record

KEVIN KONG Sports Editor Going into the regular season with a final preseason record of 0-9, the varsity boys’ tennis team was determined to improve in order to continue defending their Almont League title for the third consecutive year. The boys played their first regular season game against their long-time tennis rival, the San Gabriel Matadors, on Mar. 26. However,

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Anhayte’s Antics: Giving Homeschooled Kids a Chance to Play in High School Athletics

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer One’s source of education can be significant in determining one’s future, in both the academic realm and sports field. For example there are many talented home-schooled athletes that would like to pursue a career in sports, but are unfortunately unable to join a high school sport because of their source of education. There are currently only

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What Changes Constitute the New Constitution?

KATHERINE ONG MICHELLE PAULINO Opinions Editors Every year, the Associated Student Body (ASB) reviews their constitution to ensure that the policies, regulations and positions work fairly in the interests of the student body. This year, the traditional constitution was overhauled and recreated from the backbone up. The current ASB believes that the old constitution was very unclear and vague on

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