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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Alhambra Hosts Its Annual Haunted House

AMY PATEL, JESSE ROSALES STAFF WRITTERS On Oct. 19 and Oct. 20, Alhambra High School Thespians hosted their annual Haunted House. The event was open to all students of all grade levels. It ran from 5:00-8:00p.m., and the theme was “No Vacancy.” Tickets during presale were bought for $5 and tickets at the door increased to $8. There were be

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LA County Fair Association’s New Senior Vice President Makes New Strides

JESSE ROSALES STAFF WRITER Lucas Rivera, the Los Angeles County Fair Association’s new senior vice president, plans to help revolutionize the LA County Fair activities that create memories and bring new experiences that will have new unforgettable moments. Rivera comes to Fairplex from Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles where he supervised programming since its opening in 2012. Under his

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Trees to “Leaf” Alhambra Elicits Undesired Outcomes

AMY PATEL STAFF WRITTER On Monday Sept. 25, the Alhambra City Council approved development of the building of the 126-unit complex known as the Camellia Court Building. This will lead to the removal of nearly 200 trees at the Scripps Kensington Retirement Community Center site, along with a 92-year-old church. There was an unanimous 3-0 vote, allowing the developer TAG-2

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Increase Of Using Videos As Educational Tools

AMBER MOLINA STAFF WRITER In this generation everything is on the Internet. The most popular for grades K-12 is showing videos as lesson material but videos are also shown to educate people on how to do everyday things that some people might not know how to do. 58 percent is used as student assignment, 48 percent as lesson material, 32

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Princeton University Reaches Out to More Students

AMY PATEL STAFF WRITTER Every year, students across the nation apply for summer programs at colleges and universities, often in an attempt to explore the university and gain knowledge. Recently, Princeton University has funded and launched more summer programs for students in an effort to give them more learning opportunities, leadership training and higher chances at college acceptance. Some programs

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Cal State Universities to Enact Changes To Humanities

JESSE ROSALES STAFF WRITER New requirements will begin in the fall of 2018 and will apply to CSU junior college understudies. The changes will allow undergraduates who are not pursuing math or science majors to take non-variable math courses to meet “general training” prerequisites, including, measurements and software engineering. Members of the Academic Senate argue that the process is too

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United States Spends Less on Education Compared to Other Countries

RUBY LA, DAHILA BUELNA STAFF WRITTERS The United States spends more money on prisons than schools compared to countries around the world. In a study conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), researchers discovered that the U.S. spends less money on education than countries, such as Switzerland, Norway and Luxembourg. The U.S. supplies more money to prisons

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