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Tag Archives: Issue 25

“Ab”solutely Easy Workouts

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer Thigh Trimmer (5-10 minutes) 1) Swinging doors x20 each leg: Swing leg out as high to one side as you can. Then return it to the center.The foot should be hovering the whole time. 2) Squat walk x30 total of walking from each side: Squat as …

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Easy Turkey Wrap Recipe

PAULA KIRYA Staff Writer Ingredients: 1 8-ounce package of cream cheese with chives 2 tablespoons of Dijon mustard 6 8-inch whole wheat tortillas 1 ½ cups of finely shredded iceberg lettuce 12 slices of thinly sliced turkey ¾ cup of shredded Swiss cheese 1 large tomato, seeded and diced 1 …

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What’s in Your Serving?

SARA HERNANDEZ Staff Writer Nutrition facts labels have many components to them, making it complicated to figure out exactly what they are trying to say about the product. Trans fat, sodium, total carbohydrates, what does all of this mean? At the top of the label is the serving size (the …

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Track and Field Striding Diligently For League Title

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer Having practices everyday after school to work on individual and team efforts, the Alhambra track and field program is currently tied for first place against Schurr, Montebello and Bell Gardens. “The season is going very well so far.  Each school is tied at 1-1 so I …

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SIMSANITY: Collegiate Athletics As We Know It

SIMEON LAM Sports Editor In our world today, professional leagues reign over sports because of their popularity and entertainment value. Yet, while many enjoy the highest level of professional sports, I find that college athletics bring a unique aspect that professional athletics rarely have. In professional sports, upsets rarely occur …

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Tennis Undergoing Exhaustive Preparation for League

KEVIN KONG Sports Editor Finishing the preseason with a record of 3-5, the varsity boys’ tennis team has been advancing through the Almont League matches with a record of 0-2. To prepare for the upcoming Almont League Finals and hopefully the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) preliminaries, the boys hold practice …

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Sister Team Represents Alhambra, Diving for Gold

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer With all spring sports jumping into their new seasons, there is a sport that AHS has recently introduced into their list of sports teams: girls’ varsity dive. The diving team is currently being represented by sophomore Briana Thai and freshman Megan Thai, under the leadership of …

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IN THE RICE BOX: To the Worrying Warriors

OLIVIA CHEUNG Editor in Chief As the college admission decision season (thankfully) draws to a close, this long month has undoubtedly taken a toll on all those involved. I’ve seen friends elated over decisions, while others were devastated by rejections and wait lists. I’ve seen friends proudly announce their decision …

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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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