A Scope Into Theater

Issue 22 Features Mia Takasaki Staff Writer Theater originated in ancient Greece. School productions tend to recreate classic plays, such as “Kiss Me Kate,” the upcoming play at Alhambra High School which will be presented in April. One of the world’s most famous playwrights is William Shakespeare. He wrote about 37 plays during his lifetime. Some of Shakespeare’s most famous

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Facing the Phobias

Issue 21_features Lynn Zhang Staff Writer Everyone has a phobia of something, whether it is of something abstract, such as the fear of failure, or of something tangible, such as spiders. They affect people’s everyday lives, especially in the school environment and in the workplace. Phobias have deep psychological causes and implications, usually caused by stressful situations or frightening events.

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Millennials: The Generation of the Future

James Reyna Staff Writer The term millennial can seem hard to understand at first, but it is actually quite simple. There are six generational gaps, which include The Greatest Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and millennials. All generations differ from each other and have certain characteristics that make them special. Millennials, people born in from 1981 to early

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Gaining Experience for the Future

Christian Nguyen Staff Writer Getting an internship is a great way to get experience for the future. Internships give opportunities to gain work experience to put in resumes. There is even the possibly of being paid, which is a nice bonus. Dress appropriately, be confident and start searching for internship opportunities. —————————————————————— Learning Moor Ellen Lei Staff Writer The word

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