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ASB SPOTLIGHT: President Kristie Sham

Interviews by DENISE TIEU AND CINDY LUO NEWS EDITORS 1. What experiences/lifetime lessons/etc. do you think you can learn from ASB? I think every officer gains a sense of perspective — the effort and determination it takes to hold a successful event, the importance of representing all groups on campus …

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ASB SPOTLIGHT: Vice President Allen Chen

Interviews by DENISE TIEU AND CINDY LUO NEWS EDITORS 1. How positive is your outlook toward the new year? In my eyes, change is good. We have a new adviser, a brand new crop of student leaders and more ideas. I think we’ll do great things this year. 2. What …

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ASB 2014: ‘Reaching Out to Moor’

SUSANNA AIGA Opinions Editor There are two types of students on campus — one group focuses on individual excellence and the other also focuses on excellence of the community. The second type of student consists of members of the Associated Student Body (ASB). On a typical weekday, members of ASB …

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CROSSING THE CARO-LINE: Over the Pacific

CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief In June, for the first time in seven years and for the third time in my entire life, I visited China, a place as familiar as it is foreign to me. Though I could mostly understand the widely-spoken Mandarin, I was unable to read any …

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Single-Gender Online Classes Are Another Option

JANET GUAN Copy Editor All-girls schools and all-boys schools are scattered across the U.S., but the option of having a single-gender online class has not been available until four private girls’ schools collaborated in 2009 to form the first single-gender online school and online private school for middle to high …

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Heading Toward New Beginnings

Information Compiled by DEREK WU, ELTON HO and REBECCA ZENG Online Applications for UCs open Aug. 1. To take the ACT, register on Aug. 8. Deadline to apply for additional grants for community college is extended to Sept. 2. Last day to register for the SAT for the October test …

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Spotlight: Briana Thai

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer For most athletes, winning a league title is everything. Others just want to qualify for California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoff. The last time a Moor won a CIF title in diving was fifteen years ago. But for one girl, qualifying for CIF was just the start …

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California Bill Limits Excessive Football Contact

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor As football-related concussions are on the rise, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 2127 on July 21, stating several restrictions as to how frequently middle and high school football teams can utilize full-contact practices. With the support of CIF, the passed law, which will go into …

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