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  • Recognition for AUSD’s DCI Team

    Recognition for AUSD’s DCI Team

    Sarah Wang, Writer

    April 28, 2017

    The AUSD Digital Communications Internship (DCI) Chromebook Care Team created a video in December to convey an important message to the students and faculty of the Arcadia Schools: Chromebooks need to be taken care of. Led by co-executive producers juniors Melanie Mak and Naomi Silver, 12 DCI interns,...

  • Arcadia Invitational

    Arcadia Invitational

    Holly Lung, Staff Writer

    April 28, 2017

    The nation’s most competitive and prestigious high school Track and Field meet took place on the last weekend of our spring break, on our very own track. The Arcadia Invitational is known for luring in the best high Track and Field athletes across the country, annually providing a field of competition...

  • Tuition-Free PCC

    Tuition-Free PCC

    Alyssa Rave, Writer

    April 28, 2017

    Pasadena City College (PCC) formally announced a groundbreaking tuition-free program for certain high school graduates at a press conference on Mar. 29. The new program, dubbed the “PCC Promise”, is one of few tuition-free programs among other two-year colleges around the country, inspired by the ...

  • Unsung Heroes: AHS’ Custodial Team

    Unsung Heroes: AHS’ Custodial Team

    Charles Xu and Carolyn Hsu

    April 7, 2017

    From athletics to performing arts teams, AHS students pride themselves on their dedication to upholding the name of the Apaches. The morning rehearsals by nationally recognized Marching Band as well as the afternoon practices of the heralded track team contribute to an atmosphere of hustle and enthusiasm...

    (Left to Right) Jacko Wu, Manuel Castillo, and Angelica McLaughlin take a break from cleaning the ASB Office.

  • APES: A Class That Gets Involved

    APES: A Class That Gets Involved

    Elaine Vuong, Staff Writer

    March 30, 2017

    There are many courses offered at AHS, but a particular AP class that pushes its students to get involved with society and the planet is none other than AP Environmental Science (APES). The course centers on the many problems the planet is facing due to its polluters— humans. APES enables students...

News

Georgia Passes Campus Carry Bill

Georgia Passes Campus Carry Bill

Alyssa Rave, Staff Writer

Recently, Georgia passed a bill regarding the issue of weapons on university property. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed off on the Campus Carry Bill, otherwise known as the House Bill 280, which provides the right for...

May 23, 2017No Comments

Pharmaceutical Giant Plotted to Destroy Cancer Drugs

Pharmaceutical Giant Plotted to Destroy Cancer Drugs

Brian Soong, Staff Writer

Recently, The Times has revealed that one of the world's leading drug companies, Aspen Pharmacare, considered ending supplies of life-saving cancer drugs in a campaign to impose large price increases across Europe. Aspen Pharmaca...

May 23, 2017No Comments

U.S. Unemployment Rate

U.S. Unemployment Rate

Donna Sayphraraj, Staff Writer

At the end of April, the U.S. unemployment rate was at 4.4%—the lowest since May 2007. According to statistics released by the labor department, the U.S. added over 200,000 jobs in April, and around 80,000 in March. In...

May 23, 2017No Comments

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Opinion

My Friend, A Refugee

My Friend, A Refugee

Noelle Natividad, Staff Writer

The first thing I should say is that refugees are no different in human person than we are. My friend does not stand out in a crowd because he was displaced from his home country, his status doesn’t call attention to himself,...

May 24, 2017No Comments

Life Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Life Through Rose-Colored Glasses

Anabell Xu, Staff Writer

Sixth grade was an absolutely terrifying time for me. Gone were the days of childish glee over five minutes of homework, in with the sudden explosion of hormones and “drama”. By the end of eighth grade, I was so fed up...

May 24, 2017No Comments

Thank You, Teachers

Thank You, Teachers

May 24, 2017

When I was a wee little girl, I wanted to be a teacher. I wished to have the plain yet warm, inviting...

Badminton Lessons

Badminton Lessons

May 23, 2017

I’m certain everyone has heard the saying “hard work pays off” or a variation of it. Without a...

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

May 23, 2017

As someone who has moved houses only once (and even that was just from Temple City), I’m definitely...

Of Car Drives and Revelations

Of Car Drives and Revelations

April 28, 2017

I’m going to tell you something and you’re going to think I’m crazy, but I’ve figured that it's...

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Student Life

Summer Plans for All Grades

Summer Plans for All Grades

Tiffany Chen, Staff Writer

As the semester is coming close to and end students start to plan out their summer. Some have busy schedules including internships and volunteering while others may have a relaxed and uneventful few months....

May 22, 2017No Comments

Fidget Spinner Trend

Fidget Spinner Trend

May 22, 2017

Have you recently seen people around school playing with some weird, spinning thing that literally does...

Senior Reflection

Senior Reflection

May 22, 2017

The school year will draw to a close in the beginning of June, and for some students, they won’t have...

Sibling Relationships

Sibling Relationships

May 22, 2017

Having a sibling can be either an uplifting encouragement or a pure vexation. No matter your sibling ...

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