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Stop Chasing Pavements

ELTON HO Staff Writer On one particularly exhausting night, a high school student pauses working to contemplate: why am I losing sleep over studying? When in my life will I need to know what I’m learning? What makes me obligated to strive for academic excellence, rather than be content with …

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America Falls Short in Global Education

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer In past years, the U.S. has been falling behind the rest of the world in education. Because we are a first world country, our system should be set up to make the best students in the world right? However, this is not the case, as a …

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Teen Financial Literacy:Full Financial Fallout?

JOSEPH NEY-JUN ANGELA YANG Staff Writers In the United States, April is also known as ‘Financial Literacy Month,’ a time for Americans to educate themselves or brush up on their financial literacy. April has long since passed, but high school students and other young adults are often reminded that they …

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College Fair Held at San Gabriel High

DIANA LI News Editor On Oct. 17, the sixth annual district College Fair, which was held at San Gabriel High School (SGHS), welcomed high school students to explore a variety of post-graduation options. The fair hosted over 60 colleges and universities, vocational schools and military services. The variety allowed high …

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