New Legislation Bans Abortion Referrals

  RUBY LA Staff Writer A new regulation by the Trump Administration was announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a part of Title X, a government family planning program that serves four million people. The purpose of Title X is to promote positive birth outcomes and healthy families by allowing individuals to decide on the

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No Blame for Selfies

  CURTIS LEE Staff Writer The increasing use of social media and online entertainment has been seen as both a catalyst and a prohibitor to human connection. In the rise of the 2016 presidential elections, there have been accusations of political ignorance. More specifically, ignorance due to the excessive use of online applications that deter millennials from learning the current

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The Decrease in School Spirit

  JANET YU Opinions Editor As a senior at Alhambra High School for the past four years, I have noticed that there has been a tremendous decrease in school spirit. Fewer people are joining clubs or showing up to dances. I mean, look at the turnout for Sadies. Only about 150 people showed up! That is at least 100 people

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Race in College Admissions Is a No No

  SERINA LIN JENNIFER SU Staff Writers Just last year, Harvard University faced a lawsuit claiming that it discriminated against Asian-American applicants. Though the school denied this, affirmative action has been the topic of many discussions. With regard to college applications in general, affirmative action is applied in order to increase diversity in schools. However, it can be viewed as

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Race in College Admissions Is a No No

  SERINA LIN JENNIFER SU Staff Writers Just last year, Harvard University faced a lawsuit claiming that it discriminated against Asian-American applicants. Though the school denied this, affirmative action has been the topic of many discussions. With regard to college applications in general, affirmative action is applied in order to increase diversity in schools. However, it can be viewed as

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With Allowance Comes Responsibility

  CURTIS LEE Staff Writer Money has been the most important system of exchanging since trading itself. It has been referenced in almost every modern civilization discovered and continues to dominate many of the decisions that are made today. Food, insurance, safety, transportation and other items, both wants and needs, can all be bought with money. Family allowances from the

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Hospital Hospitality

  RUBY LA Staff Writer   Hospitals, to many individuals, are places where people can receive medical help and feel safe. However, recent events at Hacienda Healthcare, a medical establishment located in Arizona, has undermined this sense of trust and care. A patient in a persistent vegetative state, under the care of two doctors, had been sexually assaulted and gave

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Things Not to Do on a Date

  JANET YU Opinions Editor   In a frenzy to find a date for Valentine’s Day and prom, I have gone through many hangouts to find the “perfect” date. Unfortunately, none of them ended too well. One of the worst ones happened around last week. There are many things a person can do to ruin a date. One of the

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Eliminating the Needy: A Call For Reformation

  ELIAS ALMAREZ-HERRERA Staff Writer   Homelessness is nowhere near a new issue. Homeless people flooding American territories dates as far back as the mid 1600s. These “low class” citizens were known as “sturdy beggars,” and were people that occupied pre-colonial streets, asking for handouts. During the American Revolution and Civil Wars respectively, dozens of colonists were forced from their

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Los Laureados:An Honor or Favoritism?

  CURTIS LEE Staff Writer   As senior year festivities begin, Alhambra High School recognizes certain seniors with the Los Laureados award. The direct translation of “Los Laueado” is “the honored or of high glory.” Each year, teachers are asked to nominate seniors that they know, are currently teaching or have taught. From that pool of nominations, teachers are then

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