Small Crimes In A Small World

JANET YU STAFF WRITER When someone thinks of a politician, most people expect them to be an exceptionally great person because they are the ones who decide the future of the nation and its people. If a politician is associated with the word “criminal,” most people would not trust them or even want them in office. However, politicians are human

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Indigenous People’s Day

IVAN HOE STAFF WRITER The month of October has some very prominent celebrations; for example, Halloween, where people can spend the night collecting sweets and dress up in their favorite costumes. Halloween gradually evolved from the sacred holiday All Saints Day, which was moved from earlier in the year to the first of November. However, not all of the holidays

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Olympic Safety

KATHERINE GONG STAFF WRITER The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The competitions, which are set to occur in February, are estimated to cost over ten billion dollars. For seventeen days, South Korea will welcome around three thousand athletes from nearly one hundred countries. However, with recent political turmoil over South Korea’s presidency and protests, some

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California’s Homeless Students

LYLLI DOUNG STAFF WRITER From 2014 to 2016, the number of homeless students, in California, increased 20 percent. According to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, the most recent data showed that 202,329 young people were homeless or had to live with other families. The parents of students are asked to be truthful about the student’s living situations, but sometimes the

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Fires of Northern California

BRITANIE NHYN STAFF WRITER Northern California wildfires have destroyed at least 8,400 homes and other buildings. The fires have happened in the county of Santa Rosa, Sonoma and Napa California. There has been a significant increase in the property loss. The efforts by firefighters to gain control of the wildfires and by searchers looking for more victims. The death toll

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Boba Tea Shop Craze continues in SGV

AMY PATEL STAFF WRITER Boba shops and boba drinks are just one craze in the San Gabriel area, but it seems to be on the rise lately and is becoming quite prominent. Boba places and restaurants have become quite popular in the community, especially to teenagers. The shops have been described as being busier than Starbucks, according to a New

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AHS Fourth Annual Homecoming Parade and Carnival

DALHILA BUELENA STAFF WRITER Friday, Oct. 27 was Alhambra High School’s Fourth Annual Homecoming parade, carnival, and game. Several clubs participated in the 1920’s themed parade, which started at Alhambra High School on fourth street and continues all the way to Moor field. The parade, which started at 4 p.m, was put together by the Alhambra Associated Student Body. “ASB

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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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