Girls Volleyball Scores Another Win

RANDY YANG Staff Writer Girls volleyball took home yet another win on Friday Aug. 30 as they faced off against South El Monte. This victory was hard earned as several lead changes occurred, making it difficult to predict which team would come out on top. Eventually, the Moors were able to gain the upperhand with a final score of 3-0,

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Cross Country Runs Into Season

RANDY YANG, DANIELA REINOSO Staff Writers The Cross Country team’s first league race of the season was on Wednesday Sept. 25 at Legg Lake in South El Monte. Cross Country has been training since summer in hopes of continuing their winning streak as Almont League champions for the third year in a row.  This first race is Cross Country’s opportunity

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Mules Are Defeated by the Moors

JONATHAN REYNOSA Sports Editor  For the first five games of the new season they remain undefeated.  Both the offense and defense have been clicking on all cylinders. Offensively, quarterback Noah Rodriguez and receivers Vito Russel and Cody Chaung have been leading the scoring outbursts.  In their fourth game against the Wilson Mules, the Moors cruised to their fourth straight win

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Situ the Truth…

Kenny Situ Page Editor A Catholic school in Nashville, Tennessee recently banned the Harry Potter books. Reverend Dan Rehill decided to censor the books claiming that spells in the book would summon evil spirits.  Although there has been no known news of Harry Potter spells in any sort of actual ritual summoning; the spells are actually based on Latin and

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New Disobedience Bill Helpful for Students

JONATHAN LE Staff Writer Starting in the next school year, administrators in most grades are not allowed to suspend students for willful defiance, the act of disrupting school activities or defying the authority of school staff. Senate bill 419 is what enforces this new rule amongst schools in California. This bill does not prevent suspensions for any other malicious actions

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The New Lunches Need More Variety

AMANDA TANG Staff Writer As the new school year unfolds, the district has begun offering new options for school lunches that are meant to represent culture in our community.  Starting in the beginning of the 2019 school year, students will have new food options such as Nachos on Mondays and Thursdays, Pho on Tuesdays and Fridays and Ramen on Wednesdays.

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Cell Phone Ban Should Be Outlawed

LYLLI DUONG, TRINITY DURAN Copy Editor, Staff Writer San Mateo High School is starting off the year with a new policy of banning all use of cell phones for its students. The school’s administrators began to seek a new way to create a better learning environment so its students can be more attentive during class with fewer distractions. The cell

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