J.V. Boys Water Polo at El Modena

  JOSHUA THAI Staff Writer   On Sept. 27, the junior varsity boys water polo team competed in a non-conference home game against El Modena. Alhambra High had high hopes of winning the game. Despite their best efforts, the Moors lost to El Modena with a score of 7-17. Although the team’s season has not been the best score-wise, they

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Trump’s New Rule: Immigrants Denied Green Cards

  JANELLE ZAVALETA Staff Writer The Trump administration announced on Sept. 22 that from now on, immigrants that seem as if they will depend on public assistance will be denied visas and green cards. This means that it will be even harder for immigrants wanting to come into the US. The Department of Homeland Security, Kirstjen Nielsen agree with this

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JV Girls Volley Against Montebello

BRYAN ALBARRAN Copy Editor   On Sept. 25, the Alhambra JV tennis team went up against the Montebello girls in an away conference. The match was the second game for the Lady Moors’ Almont League season. The match began like any other ordinary game for the team as Alhambra was the first one to gain the lead. With an advantage

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Equality For All Athletes

  TIFFANY ALEMAN Staff Writer   The 21st century is plagued by the preconceived notion that gender will ultimately define how an athlete may perform. Although this may be true in contact sports, activists for equality are left to wonder about non-contact sports. Some examples may include: archery, badminton, canoeing, sharpshooting, diving or fencing. Society has come to the consensus

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Alhambra Football’s Undefeated Streak Deflated

  ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer   The mood going into Friday night’s game was tense between the Moors and the Schurr Spartans, as Alhambra was entering the game undefeated in the season. Although the game ended with Schurr as victorious, Alhambra is not blinking at the defeat. Not only were the Moors 5-0, but Coach Eric Bergstrom was presented with

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High School Dating Culture

  JANET YU Opinions Editor It’s cuffing season, the season where teenagers get together for the holidays and for dances. In other words, single awareness season. I dread walking down the halls everyday and seeing couples every time I walk to class. Whether it is by the water fountains or by the lockers, there seems to be no end to

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Teenagers and News

    RUSS ROJAS AHYLIE ROSALES Staff Writers   With the climate of the government being at a concerning and controversial level right now, many young adults are getting more and more involved in what’s happening with their country. For example, 16-year-old Anna Salvatore recently started a blog in order to write about historic supreme court cases which affected high

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College For Everyone, Even Convicts

  JAYLEEN LAM JAKE BUI Staff Writer   A reform in the Common Application is expected to raise the low numbers of minority students who desire to attend college but are scared that their criminal history affects their chances of being accepted. The revision removes a question that asks students for their entire court record, and this change should be

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STAFF EDITORIAL

  MIMI CABALLERO LYLLI DUONG Staff Writers   When students are in a traditional classroom environment, there is only so much a teacher can provide them with in order for them to understand the materials they need to know. Teachers can only speak for a short amount of time before most students tune them out. When a student becomes uninterested

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JV Football Keeping up Their Record

ALEC GREGORY Staff Writer To start off their season, the JV football team faced the South El Monte Eagles on Aug. 17. With home field advantage, the Moors set out to beat South El Monte and start the year off strong. Moors were able to keep the Eagles from scoring entirely, and soared to a 1-0 record. The next game

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