It’s True Humanity Lives Again!

KIMBERLY ONG Co-Opinions Editor The initial shock on the afternoon of Jan. 12 only signaled the widespread devastation that would erupt soon after. Over the period of two weeks, one 7.0 earthquake and 52 aftershocks decimated an entire island. The natural disaster stomped its way through Haiti, leaving at least …

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Print Journalism’s March of Death

EMILY KONG Co-Opinions Editor The contributing factors of electronic access and our dwindling economy have taken a toll on the age-old institution of print journalism. Even though we may not realize it, readership from some of the country’s most prestigious newspapers have fallen drastically; people younger than forty have become …

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Girls Don’t like Boys, Girls like Cars

DAISY PROM Staff Writer They’re the ones who are there when you are lover-less, the ones who will rush to you when a cuddle-buddy is needed. However, amidst all these I-got-your-back notions, there’s bound to be some sort of underlying desire or lust. Sure, a boy-girl friendship works in theory …

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Who’s on the ‘Slut List’?

It’s Friday, and I’m home watching 20/20. Tonight the show is about none other than the ridiculous scandal surrounding the charismatic, almost Democratic-presidential candidate John Edwards. Undoubtedly, we’ve all heard his woes: an ailing wife, a mistress and, of course, a lovechild. In times like these, his political accomplishments are …

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Construction Forces A-building Relocation

YIFANG NIE Co-News Editor Despite the funding issues facing school districts across the nation, Alhambra Unified School District has found funding to renovate AHS. In addition to the new science building currently being built, all of the classrooms in the B-building were improved with new ceilings and lights over the …

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Seagulls present Nuisance at Lunch

SHANNON HO Staff Writer After the lunch bell rings, you may notice a new addition on campus as students walk to their fifth period—the flock of seagulls circling above. They watch curiously while students enjoy their lunch and then swoop down without warning. The reason as to why they are …

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AHS to get New Vending Machines

It’s passing period and you’re going to your next class. You want a snack; the problem is, the vending machines are too far away. Fear not, the Alhambra Unified School District (AUSD) has a solution for you. AHS will soon have brand new vending machines. Tri-Star Vending and Coca-Cola operate …

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Forgotten ID Cards Result in Consequence

At the beginning of each semester, AHS implements new rules, but one that has not changed is the replacement and consequences of losing or forgetting ID cards. Losing the cards can be a hassle. Without them, students are not allowed to borrow any books from the Bookroom. In an emergency …

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Tianjin Nankai Students Visit Campus

On Feb. 3, students from Tianjin Nankai High School (TNHS), in southern Beijing, visited AHS. It is one of the most prestigious high schools in China and a distinguished public school for preparing students to take the National College Entrance Exam. They are part of a program sponsored by East …

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When I Grow Up…

Since the day that we timidly entered the simple, bright-colored world that was Kindergarten, we’ve been pressured to decide on a future career. There have been many discouraging moments along the way when we felt that there really weren’t careers where our amazing skills with Play-Doh™ can be showcased, or …

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