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Art Center College of Design Areli Arellano……………Graphic Design Azusa Pacific University April Rivera………..Communications Macy Chung……………… Nursing Maria Henriquez………….Nursing Boston University Claudia Hui………..Education/History California Institute of Technology Aya Jishi…………………….Biology California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Andrew Ma………..Animal Science Anna Chie………….Communications/Public Relations Carlos Arevalo……Wood Technology Cindy Hang……..Animal Science David Tran…..Electrical Engineering Michelle Leung………..Chemistry …

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SIMSANITY: Collegiate Athletics As We Know It

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor In our world today, professional leagues reign over sports because of their popularity and entertainment value. Yet, while many enjoy the highest level of professional sports, I find that college athletics bring a unique aspect that professional athletics rarely have. In professional sports, upsets rarely occur …

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Zaytuna Institute First Accredited Muslim College in U.S.

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer On March 4, 2015, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC made Zaytuna College the first accredited Muslim college in the U.S. Accreditation from WASC, or one of the other five organizations authorized by the government to evaluate colleges. The college began as the Zaytuna …

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No ‘Ho’lding back: Zaytuna Carries Torch for Muslim Education

ELTON HO Copy Editor Upon reviewing one unique California school, WASC Senior Vice President Richard Winn called it a “life-transforming experience.” He wasn’t referring to AHS, but to a school equally as impressive: Zaytuna College. In March, Zaytuna became the first Islamic university in the U.S. to be accredited by …

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SIMSANITY: Collegiate Sports For Academic Credit?

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor Sports at the college level have been known to take loads of time. Practice in the mornings and nights dictates athletes like another class. Yet these same athletes can’t use this time towards a major or any classes that will help them graduate since most will …

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Concerns for UC Acceptance Could Decrease This Year

DEREK WU Staff Writer According to Los Angeles Times, starting in 2009, the University of California system (UC) has been increasing their out-of-state applicants’ acceptance rates. The decision to accept more out-of-state applicants was due to insufficient capital for education. “Knowing that the acceptance rates of California residents has been …

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Introduction: College Readiness

JADE LIEU Features Editor Students often wonder what their status on “college readiness” is. The little-referenced ‘tracking system’ is one of the things The Moor has decided to explore into depth. The Moor Newspaper has decided to go on the hunt and venture the process and gathered a few useful …

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Counselor Request

CAROLINE REN Editor-in-Chief Guidance counselors and teachers across campus work hard in order to ensure students stay on track for graduation as well as fulfill A-G requirements. At the beginning of the school year, counselors present to freshmen what these requirements are. Later, when students receive their transcripts in the …

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The College Care Plan

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer Alhambra High school ranks higher than Mark Keppel and San Gabriel High School in terms of college readiness, according to U.S. News Education. AHS has a number of resources available to help students prepare for college which contribute to that score. In the classroom, some senior …

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