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AHS Alumnus and MLB Star Ralph Kiner Passes Away at Age 91

KEVIN KONG Sports Editor KAYIU WONG Staff Writer On Feb. 6, National Baseball Hall of Fame 1975 Inductee Ralph Kiner passed away from natural causes in Rancho Mirage. Kiner, an AHS graduate, is known for his years in Major League Baseball (MLB), playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and …

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A New Door Opens For Open House

BARRY CHEUNG Staff Writer Open House is an annual school event that showcases the achievements of students. AHS hosted their 2014 Open House on Feb. 13, but in comparison to the previous years, this year’s Open House revealed some of the opportunities that the school has for the prospective students. …

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A Moor History

JANET GUAN Staff Writer By looking at our mascot’s weapon of choice, many can tell that the Moor symbolizes our school’s fighting spirit. However, numerous students do not know the origins of the Moor. The word “Moors” refers to the Muslim inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula in 711 A.D. These …

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Origins of the Moor

DEREK WU Staff Writer AHS was not the first institute established in the San Gabriel Valley. In 1886, Alhambra citizens desired to establish their own school that would be separate from the districts. Old Mill Creek became the line that separated Alhambra and San Gabriel. Students from Alhambra set up …

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