Pope Francis Proves Pope-ular in the United States

KENNETH HOU Staff Writer Regardless of one’s religion, the pope is perhaps one of the most world-renowned religious figures of the modern age. Accordingly, it is no surprise that papal visits to the United States have been well-received by the general public. Even more so, the most recent visit by Pope Francis has been monumental in restoring a sense of

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Varsity Cross Country Sprints Into CIF Preliminaries

BENJAMIN LANGE CRISTIAN MULLEN Staff Writers The varsity cross country team has been working its hardest to improve during the last few months. Their daily warmup routine begins at 3:15 p.m. and they practice either by time intervals or by running time periods, when trying to run for the best times. Varsity’s top athletes are Yareli Guajardo, who is defending

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Girls’ Varsity Volleyball Continues League Play After Loss Against Montebello

VIVIANNE LAM Staff Writer As the Alhambra High School gymnasium packs with a crowd of people, the Lady Moors varsity volleyball team warmed up for their game against Montebello High School on Oct. 8. The first set of the game had began and the Moors take the lead! Their passes for serve receive were amazing and had them starting off

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Slam Dunk: Female Coaches, Referees Changing Professional Sports

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor Since professional sports began officially existed, many leagues have evolved in different ways. One of the biggest movements in this decade has dealt with female involvement in professional sports. No, it’s not about women competing with men. Instead, female coaches and referees are becoming a topic of interest In fact, the stage has already been set.

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