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Desserts: gotta taste them M’all

At the Santa Anita Mall, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the food choices available: from the food court to stands scattered around the shops. So, the next time you’re there, be sure to try out these new dessert spots. Lady M Amidst the steady stream of Santa Anita mall goers stands the pop-up […]

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Getting on board with Yang

Junior Wilson Yang waits eagerly for winter break to grab his snowboard and visit the freshly coated slopes of Mountain High Ski Resort. Yang became an avid snowboarder after being invited to the mountains and encouraged to try the sport when he was 10. He instantly fell in love with the thrill of cool wind […]

“I heard about the blood drive on the bulletin and signed up at lunch,” Junior Skyler Kelly said, “I would definitely donate again because I believe kind deeds come back to you.” News

A new type of giving

At the American Red Cross’s blood drive for students and staff, approximately 30 people donated blood in room 601 on Nov. 15. As a result of all the recent hurricanes and mass shootings, there is a severe shortage of blood. Additionally, the holiday season always has a small turnout for donors, creating a vast blood […]

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Breaking the ice with Le and Tan

For the past few Sundays, Sophomores Shannon Le and Arielle Tan practice the Waltz Jump, one of their favorite ice skating tricks. Their eyes are steady in concentration, and the prospect of falling lingers in the back of their minds as the surface of the cold, hard ice taunts them. After taking in one last […]

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Local veteran shares his story

A bright, colorful and decorated house on Emperor Avenue with 12 foot inflatables on the roof and lawn may have stopped and mesmerized you. Little did you know, a veteran from the Vietnam War lives behind that very home. E-5 Specialist Mr. James Justus was drafted around the age of 20 to Southeast Asia, where […]


 
 
 

 
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PDA: Please Don’t, Alright?

Posted  December 18, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

PDA: public display of affection. We’ve all seen it before. Although school policy states that there is zero tolerance for PDA on campus, as students, we still see it on a daily basis. PDA is rampant throughout high school campuses as well as colleges and even middle schools. Some might consider these displays of affection […]

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Elefantes blancos

Posted  December 18, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

Do you have anything plaguing you in your house that you’d love to get rid of? Perhaps it’s an unopened Nickleback CD or a kite that you’ve never been able to use in this nearly windless city, besides one extreme exception. If you’ve become accustomed to annual gift exchanges and Secret Santa gatherings, consider something […]

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“The Fault in Our Stars” shines in reader’s heart

Posted  December 18, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

hile reading “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, my heart bounced back and forth as the tears streamed, but before they could dry, laughter picked me up, and I found myself constantly eager to continue. “The Fault in Our Stars” follows the main character, Hazel Grace Lancaster, on her journey through cancer in […]

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Unwind with new Christmas favorites

Posted  December 18, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

Snuggle up and relax to holiday favorites with a different twist. Get ready to redo your holiday playlist with revamped songs. “All I Want for Christmas is You” by Michael Bublé Michael Bublé’s rendition of “All I Want for Christmas is You” made famous by Mariah Carey in 1994 is a more mature version of […]

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ASBL joins with People for People to give help to the less fortunate

Posted  December 18, 2012  by  Bobbins Moose

Anticipation builds as a little boy sits in his trailer home, patiently waiting. A wide grin spreads across his face as he sees ASBL coming through the front door, bearing gifts as a part of People for People’s Adopt-a-Family program. Every year, People for People accepts holiday gift requests and wish lists from families in […]

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