In My Opinion: EIC

Thousands of people had come to Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles to protest further cuts to public education, billions of dollars actually, and to send a message to legislators that in a crisis, education cannot and will not be the first to go. All around were smalls signs and …

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Ghetto Fabulous is the New Way to Party

KIMBERLY ONG Co-Opinions Editor Here on the West Coast, we don’t come across too many opportunities to call out racism. Diversified by an enormous influx of immigrants and thoroughly mixed by politically correct accommodations, California—Southern California in particular— seems to be the least likely place in the nation for ethnic …

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For Your Eyes Only, Sweetie

No one above the age of nine thinks of Vanessa Hudgens as the cute teen Disney starlet anymore. Instead, she is more well-known as the girl who texted naked pictures of herself to her now ex-boyfriend. Following the scandal, parents were outraged and demanded that Disney executives punish the actress …

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Staff Editorial: Peeping Toms Among Us

Imagine that you are in the privacy of your own room, doing whatever it is you do on a daily basis. Despite your solitude, you feel like you’re being watched. For the students of Pennsylvania’s Lower Merion School District, this feeling wasn’t just a case of paranoia. The young scholars …

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Junior Council Continues Sadies Tradition

The girls have their posters and baked goods and surprises, all leading up to finally asking that you-know-who to the Sadie Hawkins dance. “She asked me in a cute way and it’s always nice to be flattered by the opposite sex,” said senior Nathan Cheng. Junior Council announced that the …

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ALA Festival Celebrates Cultural Diversity

ALAN TAM Co-News Editor Teachers, parents and students gathered on March 6 to recognize Hispanic identity at the Alhambra Latino Association’s (ALA) festival on the AHS campus. Entitled Literatura y Cultura: A Family Affair, the event’s purpose was to improve communication between community members and educators in the Alhambra Unified …

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AcaDec Advances to State Competition

Meeting every afternoon in room IA-3, members of Academic Decathlon (AcaDec) worked in preparation for the California Academic Decathlon (CAD) competition. This was  their second time advancing to the state competition. Held in Bakersfield from March 11 to March 15, the CAD competition attracted 60 schools from around the state, …

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New AUSD Policy Raises Questions

If an organization wants to host an event on any campus within the Alhambra Unified School District (AUSD), it may cost quite a few dollars. AUSD’s Board Policy 1330, also referred to as the Civic Center Outside User Policy, was edited in September 2009. According to the newly modified policy, …

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Lady Moors Finish Season Undefeated after League Finals

JAMES HO Co-Copy Editor While most high school kids were contemplating the most romantic time of the year: Valentine’s Day. The Lady Moors had another priority in mind, the one night to end their season, the one night that stood for the combination of all their hard work, the one …

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