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  • 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...

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  • 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

Graveyard in the Sierra Nevada

Graveyard in the Sierra Nevada

Nathan Guo, Staff Writer

California's historic drought has branded a searing scar on the state's flora and fauna. Cracked lake beds, rotting vineyards, and utter havoc on crops have all been caused by the drought, but perhaps one of the worst b...

February 27No Comments

Mercury on the Rise in Oceans

Mercury on the Rise in Oceans

Atussa Kian, Staff Writer

In spite of being one of the most toxic metals on Earth, and a top ten threat to public health, mercury still presents itself as undoubtedly beautiful. Like silver pearl beads on a necklace, the metal shines, reflecting its...

February 21No Comments

NYC Police Will Wear Body Cameras

NYC Police Will Wear Body Cameras

Brian Soong, Staff Writer

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, along with Commissioner James O’Neill, recently announced to the public that the city’s entire police force will receive body cameras by the end of 2019 or early 2020. It is still...

February 19No Comments

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Opinion

Understanding Love

Understanding Love

Kayli Mak, Staff Writer

Valentine’s Day has always irritated me. In elementary school, it was because my classmates would call it “Valentime Day”, and teachers would force us to give candy and chocolate to everyone, not just our friends. In...

February 28No Comments

Love For Family

Love For Family

Reiko Inoue, Staff Writer

An alarm clock blared in the dark. Mike slapped the snooze button before sitting up. The patter of his footsteps echoed in the empty kitchen. A coffee-maker gurgled. Rubbing his eyes, he remembered that he had to get on the...

February 28No Comments

Childish Collections

Childish Collections

Reiko Inoue, Staff Writer

Maybe I shouldn’t have put all those slugs in the cooking pot. But hey, I was a little kid and really wanted to collect slugs. I went around my backyard, weaving through the bushes and scanning walls for new recruits. The...

February 27No Comments

Glasses

Glasses

February 23

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

Two Cultures, One Love

Two Cultures, One Love

February 23

Growing up in two vastly different cultures, I struggled to debate the differences between the Western...

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Student Life

What’s Your Favorite Girl Scout Cookie?

What’s Your Favorite Girl Scout Cookie?

Josie Chen, Staff Writer

An annual favorite of AHS students is the popular Girl Scout cookies. Each year, Girl Scouts sell boxes of uniquely-flavored cookies to raise money for multiple causes. Recently, two new flavors: Girl Scout S’mores and Toffee-Tastic were released. The Girl Scout S’mores features a ...

February 20No Comments

Club Feature: Designation

Club Feature: Designation

February 15

Everywhere you turn, there are always posters hanging in the hallways of AHS. Who are the creators behind these aesthetically pleasing designs? The...

What is Love?

What is Love?

February 14

By definition, love is considered an "intense feeling of deep affection." However, those who have experienced it can arguably say that love...

Tuning In: AHS Television Favorites

Tuning In: AHS Television Favorites

February 10

With all the stress that high schoolers have, watching TV is a great way to unwind and escape their hectic lives. For some students, TV acts as a portal...

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