Breaking Stereotypes Through Sports Media

TIFFANY ALEMAN STAFF WRITER The world of sports media is a way for companies to depict their values while marketing their products to the consumers. It is important for national brands to inform the public on real life struggles because it should be everyone’s goal to ensure equality regardless of an individual’s culture. Powerful advertising companies such as Nike can

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Another sip of Joe

JULIANNA VALDIVIA STAFF WRITER Globally, an average of 1.4 billion cups of coffee are poured every day. According to CNN article, adding basic coffee creamers can lead to heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Body fat can be come from sweetened coffee. For the people that like to have multiple cups a day, the risks of heart disease increases as

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Just Brew It

CISALIS FLORES-RIO STAFF WRITER Drinking coffee may be considered a habit, but to many, it is almost an addiction. Some just cannot seem to start their morning off without that deep strong flavor. Over the years, this delightful beverage has grown in popularity and has been expanded into a collection of flavors. The most popular types of coffee include the

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Drink a Latte Coffee

AISHANI STAFF WRITER Coffee is a daily remedy to millions of individuals around the globe. By the 15th century, it was being developed and grown in Yemeni. Which led to coffee being the second most significant good to be traded globally. Not only do many Americans love coffee, but they also drink an impressive amount of it. It has been

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Food Vendors Bringing Something New

Recently a vote has been passed in Los Angeles allowing street vendors to sell freely without being fined. Vendors provide access to basic necessities, reduce crime according to an article by CNN and do not need much money to run. Thus, regulation of street vendors should also be suppressed in other cities because fines can lead to criminal charges causing

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Increase The Mandatory Years Of PE

BINTA DIALLO, LEANNE ANG STAFF WRITERS As high school students progress from one grade level to another, they find themselves worrying less about their health and focusing more on academics. Students rarely have the time to consider participating in physical activities which can lead to detrimental results in the near future. In order to keep students healthy and active, high

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UCLA Dedicates Dorm Floor to First Generation Students

LYILLI DUONG STAFF WRITER UCLA’s latest effort to support its students lead them to create a new dorm floor dedicated to first generation students. First generation students are students that are the first of their family to go to college. According to CNN, 32 percent of undergraduates from UCLA are first generation students. Violet Salazar, a UCLA student, was the

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College Presentations At AHS

AMBER MOLINA, BRITTANIE DIALLO STAFF WRITERS High School students are constantly being pushed to go to college, seniors, even some freshman feel obligated to make it their number one priority. Representatives from many colleges and universities come to Alhambra High, and share information on colleges students may be interested in. Presentations about college cover a variety of topics and can

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Students Knell For The National Anthem

DALHLIA BUELNA STAFF WRITER This year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or medicine was awarded to three American scientists Jeffrey Hall and Michael Rosbash of Brandeis University and Michael Young of Rockefeller University, for researching how time is measured each day in biological systems or as the nobel prize website states, “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm”.

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