The Lady Moors Passing through Preseason

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer After last Friday’s game, the Moors currently holds a preseason record of 3-4. The Lady Moors lost their last home game on Sept. 20 against the Gabrielino Eagles with the a set score of 0-3. Their last game was against the El Monte Lions on Sept. 25. “Preseason has helped us prepare because we have been

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Varsity Boys’ Water Polo Triumphs and Progresses into Season

KAYIU WONG Staff Writer “Epic.” That’s the word junior set player Brandon Wong used to describe the varsity boys’ water polo team’s first win. On Sept. 16, the team defeated Roosevelt High School after going into triple overtime and ended with a score of 21-20. The varsity preseason record is currently at 1-4 and the team members continues their hard

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Love Food, Abhor Waste—Don’t be Trashy!

JACQUELYN LOI BRIANA THAI Staff Writers The metaphor, “you’re flushing money down the toilet,” while true in essence, should be changed to “you’re throwing money on the side of the street.” Although millions of Americans are struggling to put food on their tables, 40 to 50 percent of the food harvested in America is going to waste, according to the

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Cheers & Jeers

SUSANNA AIGA Opinions Editor CHEERS The Moor Newspaper is now the Moor Weekly, one of the few high school newspapers published weekly in California. There is a new, aesthetically pleasing school website, which is easier to navigate than the old one. No glasses or contacts necessary. Food fair is back, benefitting both the clubs on campus and our teenage appetites.

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Blurred Lines Should Not be Crossed

ANGELA YANG Staff Writer Amidst the countless pop songs on the radio, there is one that stands out, and not in a good way. Although the song is catchy, the lyrics to Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” are extremely questionable. They perpetuate rape culture, and the lines between rape and consent should never be blurred. Thicke’s lyrics echo many rapists’ excuses.

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The Definition of Love

JADE LIEU Staff Writer love [luhv] noun A profoundly, passionate affection or personal attachment for another person. Today, teenagers do not understand the difference between love and lust. Lust is driven by self-righteous avarice, while love is driven by divinity. But because society has distorted what love is, many people are confused. The idea of love, in today’s society, is

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