Call For Study Hall to Increase Potential

VICKY LAM Staff Writer As the school year wears on, students are finding themselves getting busier within each day. From afterschool sports and clubs to part-time jobs to family events to general homework assignments, it may be a little difficult to juggle everything together. A simple solution to this problem would be to add just one more class to students’

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Volleyball Spikes a Change

BENJAMIN LANGE Staff Writer      The Alhambra High School junior varsity volleyball team has reached the middle of their season and are working tirelessly during practice to have a successful second half of the season. Their daily practice consists mainly of passing the ball in order to gain better hand-eye coordination. More intense practices consists of conditioning and scrimmaging in order

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Varsity Football in the Running

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer As the fall preseason comes to an end, the Alhambra High Varsity Football Team puts more work and drive into their weekday practices. Already completing more than half of their games for the season, the Moors have a chance to place in the top three in league. With a 2-0-3 preseason streak, the Moors are currently

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It Is Time to Suspend Detrimental Suspensions

XIAOYE WANG Staff Writer Because school suspensions are easy to administer, oversee and track, they are a disciplinary action that many schools turn to when students misbehave. As such, suspension rates in the United States are high. However, students should not be suspended from school because it does little to no good in fixing their behavior and only sets them

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The Upset Over Obscenities Within Music

JESSICA YEE MIA TAKASAKI Copy Editor Staff Writer Many music genres have received criticism for explicit lyrics with graphic references, leading for many to lean toward the appeal of music censorship. Instead of the media deciding the content, parents should be monitoring what their children listen to. Currently, music censorship limits audiences and artists and inconsistently selects content to cut.

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Repetition of School Year: Not Crucial, Not Beneficial

LISA PHUNG VICKY LAM Staff Writers Most schools within the United States mandate that underperforming students must repeat a school year. The most common cause of this policy is that struggling students are unable to pass certain comprehension tests, grasp basic concepts and excel with personal social skills. As a result, schools feel the need to hold students back for

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Loyalty Royalty: Warning: Need For Safe Spaces

JACQUELYN LOI Opinions Editor The incoming freshmen for the University of Chicago received a welcome letter a few weeks ago that highlighted the message: do not anticipate safe spaces or trigger warnings. However, there is a misconception about the role a safe space has, which is to provide help and support to victims of assault, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and

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