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One-Way Trip to Mars

PAULA KIRYA Staff Writer For years, many have wondered if humans could ever journey to Mars. Before astronauts wereable to venture in space, the idea seemed impossible. However, modern-day technology may allow Mars One, a nonprofit foundation, to send 100 people from around the world to settle on the red …

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An Out of This World Experience

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer Growing up, many have seen science-fiction movies where humans are able to travel to other planets and settle there. In the near future, however, these fantasies might just turn into a reality. Mars One has a the goal to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. …

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Moor Viewpoints

SARA HERNANDEZ Staff Writer Q: In a few years, people may be sent to live on Mars. If you could, would you go? “Yes, because it would be a new experience [unless] something goes wrong?” -Sophomore April Flores “No, because I like my home and the area I live in.” …

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Goodbye Earth, Hello Mars

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief The possibility of living in space has always been a distant reality. However, with recent advancements in space exploration and research, this fantasy has finally come close to fruition. Mars One, a nonprofit organization, has dedicated itself to establishing a human colony on Mars by …

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Introduction: 8.75% of Your Life

SYLVIA WINSTON Features Editor Anne Frank once said, “Parents can only give good advice or put them [children] on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.” I am not certain how far into the future she was looking at, but I …

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TRIVIA: Did you know…

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief “The hardest thing in the world is to understand the income tax,” Albert Einstein said. Tax Day falls on April 15 every year unless April 15 lands on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday. If it falls on Friday, taxes are due the following Monday. If …

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The Adult Issue Not Many Know About

Taxes are everywhere and many students aren’t aware of the impact of these everyday “adult” things. Schools teach their students about so many different subjects and increase their knowledge in subjects that the students will never again. While these subjects are very much important, this is an example that schools …

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That Makes Some ‘Cents’

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer Teen jobs are not anything out of the ordinary and they range anywhere to tutoring from helping out in local places such as schools, libraries. According to the Boston Globe, about 21 percent of teens with low-income families and 38 percent of teens with household in- …

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Introduction: You Auto Know About These Classes

Although the Industrial Revolution occurred many decades ago, AHS continues to provide its students with the skills to become someone of higher profession in the industrial work force. Continue and explore the different courses AHS has to offer in regards to the industrial world.

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Creativity of Wood

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief There is something for everyone that makes us excited and creative. While some students might find joy in taking AP classes or drama, some might want to make things with their hands and learn how to manipulate wood to make projects. AHS currently offers two …

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