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Unsung Heroes: Mr. Darr

Rachel Lee and Natalie Samadi

April 10, 2017

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Despite being known for programming schedules and guiding students through their school years, there is more than to what meets the eye. A current counselor, Mr. Darr, is loved by students throughout our campus and continues to spr...

Unsung Heroes: Ms. Chin

Brandon Chen, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

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Within the halls of Arcadia High School (AHS) walks someone special, Counselor Winnie Chin. She is there every day, helping students find a better future. Whether it’s meeting with students to discuss their challenges,  creating...

Unsung Heroes: Mr. Sessions

Simone Chu, Editor-in-Chief

April 7, 2017

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Jack Sessions is in motion. The physical therapy room is a flurry of activity. It’s an unusually warm March day, and spring season is in full swing. Dozens of athletes from all sports are there, working on rehabilitation exe...

Unsung Heroes: Ms. Sandoval

Flora Ung, Fundraising Chair

April 7, 2017

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During this exciting time of year, seniors wait anxiously as their new paths unfold before their eyes. But what many of them often neglect are the ones behind the scenes who gave it their all to make that possible. Sharon Sand...

Unsung Heroes: Ms. Fox

Tiffany Liang, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

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It’s programming season, and throughout the stressful process of selecting classes for next year, most students easily forget about the counselors who make it all possible. Often behind the scenes, these counselors are the ones...

Unsung Heroes: Ms. Chin – The Guidance Effect

Atussa Kian, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

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Despite the plain walls and simple furniture, Ms. Chin’s office exudes warmth, a sense of almost immediate comfort. As I pull out an upholstered chair to sit, it crosses my mind just how secluded and forgotten this room could...

Unsung Heroes: Mrs. An

Nathan Guo, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

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For many of us students, our most influential figures in our lives are our teachers, our parents, our friends. These are the people we see, we talk to, we smile with on a daily basis. These people shape us into who we are and p...

Unsung Heroes: Ms. Anderson

Josie Chen, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

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Why is it that we always remember the most random small things? I’ve thought about this question countless times—and have finally found an answer. I’ve come to realize that it’s the little things in life that...

Unsung Heroes: Dr. Kerney

Roselind Zeng, Staff Writer

April 7, 2017

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Where there are rules, there needs to be people working behind the scenes to enforce them. They often go unrecognized, and sometimes, they are even mocked for their efforts. To combat this unruly judgement, you have to get to kn...

Unsung Heroes: Ms. Avila

Tiffany Chen, Chelsea Cheng, Frances Cheung, Paul Lee, and Tiffany Luo

April 7, 2017

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Whenever the students of Arcadia High School (AHS) feel under-the-weather, they can always rely on the health office aide to assist them. Ms. Mechelle Avila has been dedicated to the wellbeing of the students for 9 years out of...

Unsung Heroes: Mr. Pena

Andrew Wang

April 7, 2017

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The Boy Scouts of America is often categorized as a program full of knots, camping, fire building, and any other outdoorsy activities people think of. However, it is so much more than that. It’s more of a trail rather than a...

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