Homecoming

SYLVIA WINSTON Features Editor Bitter and sweet, black and white, hot and cold– but how about The Nightmare before Christmas and Alice in Wonderland? This year, ASB has cleverly juxtaposed these two classics in order to kindle a night of eerie excitement. Schools across the nation have been participants of …

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A Night to Remember

PAULA KIRYA Staff Writer Homecoming is an annual tradition that welcomes students back to their schools and is the highlight of the fall for many. With it being one of the most extravagant dances of the school year, it is an opportunity for exceptional incidents to transpire. For some, homecoming …

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Kicking It Off in Wonderland

DEREK WU Staff Writer Each year, homecoming is celebrated at AHS in the forms of a dance, a football game and this year, a parade. Before the game, the parade will start at Fourth Street and end at Moor field. In addition to the Homecoming game, AHS will also be …

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THAI TOGETHER: Whose Limit is it Anyways?

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer According to LA Times, on Sept. 27, quarterback Shane Morris of University of Michigan (UM) looked disoriented after a hard hit, but he continued to play. He took a break but was back in play without the approval of the team’s doctors. The following Monday, UM …

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Cross Country Strides Towards League Finals

WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer As the season is coming closer to an end, the varsity cross country team is getting ready for the Almont League Finals. If successful, the team hopes to advance to the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Preliminaries. In preparation for league finals, the cross country team had …

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Boys’ Water Polo Arduously Fights for Good End to Season

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer The varsity water polo team is once again winding down into its final games. They currently hold a season record of 4-10 and a league record of 1-2, winning their last game against Bell Gardens with a score of 17-3. The team currently is ranking fourth …

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AHS EAP 2014 Scores Indicate Lack of College Readiness

CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief DENISE TIEU News Editor Near the end of the school year, students from second grade to eleventh grade are required to take the California Standards Test (CST). In regards to the CST administered for juniors, the standardized test includes the Early Assessment Program (EAP), an …

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Red ‘Cross’ed Fingers to Meet New Blood Drive Goals

CINDY LUO News Editor After providing first aid services at the Alhambra 5k Pumpkin Run earlier in the month, AHS’s Red Cross (RC) once again showcased their spirit of helping save lives. On Oct. 16, the small gym was requisitioned by the club to hold their first blood drive in …

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Cal States Consider Transfer-Only System

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer According to the Los Angeles Times, the California State University (CSU) system could be expecting a large number of students transferring into their schools, more than their funding can handle in the next few years. The number of potential transfers resulted in the CSUs considering a …

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