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  • 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.

  • Rock Out at AHS

    Rock Out at AHS

    Ashley Lee, Staff Writer

    February 20, 2017

    AHS offers a variety of clubs to cater to its diverse student population. You’ve probably heard of a good number of clubs on campus, from service clubs to culture clubs, and academic clubs to music clubs. In fact, AHS’ very own Rock Band Club has grown to become a well-known group on campus. Having...

  • Trump Aims to Decrease the Price of Drugs

    Trump Aims to Decrease the Price of Drugs

    Vivian Kwang, Staff Writer

    February 2, 2017

      During Donald Trump’s early campaign days, he brought up issues involving the costly prices of drugs. On Jan. 31, Trump announced a message to pharmaceutical companies, promising them that regulations will be lowered and taxes will be cut by the Trump administration if they brought thei...

    Isolated pills

  • LAPD stands against immigration reforms

    LAPD stands against immigration reforms

    Noelle Natividad, Staff Writer

    February 2, 2017

    As controversy and division spark across the nation, those caught in the crossfire take a stand of their own. The police force of LA side with the job description, even as they face government scrutiny and a possible federal offense. When asked whether they would uphold President Trump’s order for ...

  • Quebec Mosque Shooting

    Quebec Mosque Shooting

    Kimberly Lo, Staff Writer

    February 1, 2017

    On Jan. 29, six men were murdered at the Islamic Cultural Center of Quebec City in Quebec, Canada, by a shooting inspired by religious discrimination. The Islamic Cultural Center was an establishment founded to provide a place of religious worship and meditation for the Muslim members of its com...

News

LA Crime Reduction

LA Crime Reduction

Roselind Zeng, Writer

As police shootings occur more and more frequently and local residents separate themselves further and further from the very people that serve and protect them, the city of Los Angeles steps in with a new program hoping to chang...

March 30, 2017No Comments

Plans for Climate Change

Plans for Climate Change

Kaitlin Lee, Writer

Already, the Trump Administration has shown lax regulations regarding the environment. President Donald Trump has given the green light for the North Dakota Pipeline to continue despite the health risks that will come with...

March 30, 2017No Comments

Seven Alternate Earths

Seven Alternate Earths

Maruko Myint, Writer

According to a paper recently published in the journal Nature, a record number of seven possibly-habitable exoplanets orbiting around a single star have been discovered. This is an exciting discovery, as it is a huge step...

March 30, 2017No Comments

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Opinion

Fruitless Labor

Fruitless Labor

Tiffany Luo, Staff Writer

Similar to the majority of other adolescents, I was taught to place my utmost effort in school because of the assumption that it would pave the way to a successful career. However, what defines a “successful” career?...

March 29, 2017No Comments

The Importance of Words

The Importance of Words

Kayli Mak, Staff Writer

Not long ago, my friend participated in a fundraiser, and she did not talk for 30 hours or use social media for 140 hours. As I’d imagined, this was incredibly difficult. Without words, she spent most of the day making...

March 29, 2017No Comments

Understanding Love

Understanding Love

February 28, 2017

Valentine’s Day has always irritated me. In elementary school, it was because my classmates would call...

Love For Family

Love For Family

February 28, 2017

An alarm clock blared in the dark. Mike slapped the snooze button before sitting up. The patter of his...

Childish Collections

Childish Collections

February 27, 2017

Maybe I shouldn’t have put all those slugs in the cooking pot. But hey, I was a little kid and really...

Glasses

Glasses

February 23, 2017

In the mornings, the first thing I reach for is my glasses—the tiny panes of plastic that allow me...

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Student Life

Bad Luck or Coincidence?

Bad Luck or Coincidence?

Camille Marquez

Not everyone has the luck of the Irish. Many people often have an unexplainable superstition. Whether it be avoiding to walk underneath ladders or knocking on wood, we all do these arbitrary actions to...

March 31, 2017No Comments

International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

March 31, 2017

Every year on Mar. 8, which is International Women’s Day, people commemorate the movement for women’s...

Spring Break

Spring Break

March 31, 2017

As third quarter comes to an end and fourth quarter arrives, spring break is finally approaching AHS...

Students Choose: Boba or Coffee?

Students Choose: Boba or Coffee?

March 31, 2017

Some students need caffeine throughout the day to keep themselves conscious while handling their tumultuous...

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