Alhambra Ranked Among Top U.S. Cities

ANGELA YANG Staff Writer Alhambra was recently named one of the top 100 places to live in the U.S. by Livability.com, coming in at number 21 behind fellow San Gabriel Valley city Pasadena. The cities were given individual scores based on economics, health care, housing, social and civic capital, education amenities, demographics and infrastructure, which were then summed up for

» Read more

A Generation of Indolence or Opportunity Shortages?

SUSANNA AIGA Opinions Editor As teenagers, one of our biggest concerns is fussing over how much our parents can support us. However, when the Opportunity Nation coalitions came out with a recent report that approximately six million of American youth, from 16 to 24, are neither in school nor in work, it is apparent that adolescents are even more directly

» Read more

Studying Overrun by Online Aid

ELTON HO Staff Writer With neatly organized summaries, sophisticated analyses and study questions, SparkNotes and other related websites are many students’ primary resources for literary aid. Unfortunately, while these websites have benevolent intentions, they can easily be abused by students who are looking for an easy way out of doing their homework. Internet study guides are best used as supplemental

» Read more

The Basics

JENNY LEE Features Editor Hailing from Shanghai, China, this teacher would fly off to the International Space Station if the $20 million fee was paid for. In fact, if he was not a teacher, he would be an aerospace engineer. His seventh birthday was one of his more impressionable memories back. His family ordered takeout from a restaurant that day,

» Read more
1 2