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Tick-Tock Turkey Talk: Introduction

JADE LIEU Features Editor When the weather gets colder and the leaves change color, it signifies that the holiday season is coming near, which means scarves, hoodies, pumpkin-spice lattes and, most importantly, Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving Day has become one of the many family traditions that people continue to celebrate across the …

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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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Techno-4-US

REBECCA ZENG Staff Writer Technology is a large portion of many people’s lives. In today’s society, many use it to perform every day tasks. The technological world has been advancing continuously over the course of several decades, and is still evolving today.

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Anatomy Of An Athlete

WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer Along with the daily routine of being inside the classroom and having practice after school, the life of a student athlete has its many responsibilities. Between homework and sports, it’s important that student athletes prioritize efficiently to be successful. Although difficult, athletes always have to stay …

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Introduction: Senate Bill 850

PAULA KIRYA Staff Writer For many jobs, employers are no longer considering applicants who have not excelled beyond an associate degree. In order to continue economic prosperity, California needed to provide one million more bachelor’s degrees to its graduates. Bill SB-850, passed on Sept. 29 by Gov. Jerry Brown, is …

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National Hispanic Heritage Month

PAULA KIRYA Staff Writer National Hispanic Heritage Month is an opportunity for Americans to recognize the contributions made by Hispanic American citizens as well as to appreciate their culture and importance. From Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, American citizens pay tribute to influential Hispanic Americans. This event is acknowledged by …

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The Choice of a Lifetime

BARRY CHEUNG Staff Writer “I want to be a doctor! Actually, I want this major now and this job!” College graduates are commonly indecisive about their job choices and desire several different ones. Getting a degree is hard enough, but how hard is it to get a job afterwards? According …

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Moor Views: What is your opinion on the proposal SCA-5? Why?

JANET GUAN Copy Editor Senate Constitutional Amendment No.5 (SCA-5) is currently one of the most controversial proposals, with each side debating whether or not the amendment is constitutional. The purpose of SCA-5 is to give voters a chance to repeal parts of Proposition 209, which bans California’s public employment, contracting …

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The “Real” Deal

KAYIU WONG Staff Writer “Lights, camera, action!” are the most important words in the movie industry. However, when it comes to real action, sports movies are a win. Delivering drama, comedy, life values and action, here are some iconic sports films.

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Keep an Eye on Wi-Fi

JANET GUAN Copy Editor The word radiation seems to take on a negative connotation when mentioned. However, the word simply stands for energy moving through space. Nearly everything that exists emits radiation at various levels. Just as multiple amounts of radiation exist, certain levels of it can be beneficial or …

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