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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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Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Prepares Arduously For Upcoming Season

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer While some sports are ending their season, the varsity boys’ volleyball team approaches their upcoming season with new ambition and a success driven mindset. Qualifying to the second round of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) preliminaries last year, the team is optimistic for another rigorous but …

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TSAIBERTRON SAYS: The Real Education Behind Athletics

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer If you’re a student who craves to be better in sports, say no more. Your answer is not performance-enhancing drugs. According to Mayo Clinic, one in 20 athletes admit to using drugs that help an athlete’s performance. Some of the more popular enhancements used are creatine, …

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Swim Strokes Through Preseason Schedule

WILLIAM RODRIGUEZ Staff Writer After a season without competing in the pool, the swim team is gearing up and training for their Almont League season. After the previous season with new Head Coach Adrian Lopez, Coach B will be taking on this position with Lopez as an assistant coach. The …

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Varsity Girls’ Softball Team Swings into Preseason

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer As the spring sports season starts, the varsity girls’ softball team works hard on fundamentals such as pitching, hitting and catching. Last year, the girls placed third in the Almont League. They also qualified to California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) and advanced to the second round. The …

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Future Business Leaders Head to State

DENISE TIEU News Editor Every year, AHS’ Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) attends the Section Conference at Six Flags Magic Mountain. FBLA members compete in a variety of business-related topics, including Accounting, Management Decision Making and Securities and Investments. This year, the Section Conference took place on Feb. 28 …

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Negotiations continue for UC Funding

REBECCA ZENG Staff Writer On Nov. 18, 2014, University of California (UC) president Janet Napolitano proposed a tuition hike that would affect students enrolling in 2015. This was based on her request for increased state funding, which was to be negotiated between Napolitano and Governor Jerry Brown. However, as a …

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