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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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Theme parks dress up for the 31st

As Halloween lurks around the corner, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure and Universal Studios Horror Nights, parks of two different ends of the holiday spectrum, take on the season. Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park Disneyland brings back all things whimsical for their annual Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, festively transforming many of their famous rides […]

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Caked with sweets

Among the busy plazas and business centers along Atlantic Boulevard, one of LA’s cutest bakery shops may easily go by unnoticed. Nestled in the heart of Monterey Park, Caked LA is one of the most whimsical bakeries within the area, serving up a variety of delicious drinks, appetizers and desserts all adorned with childlike decor. […]

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Clearing up the parking confusion

Administration has changed the organization of the parking lots this year, which included numbering parking spots and assigning teachers to park in the area formerly known as the student parking lot. The system made room for the teachers who previously parked near the temporary classrooms , as well as account for the spots that will […]

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Bringing down the Baohaus

Baohaus takes good old-fashioned steamed buns to a whole new level with its creative combinations. These are no ordinary peking duck steamed buns. Co-owners Eddie and Evan Huang first established the restaurant in New York in 2009 to share the Taiwanese-Chinese food of their childhood and use the eatery to challenge Asian stereotypes by encouraging […]


 
 
 

 
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Posted  November 6, 2017  by  Michelle Le

New addition of old equipment When teachers were moving into the new buildings before the school year started, many were surprised to see that there were no whiteboards and only the monitors. The school’s administration chose not to include whiteboards and tackboards because they first wanted teachers to experiment with the new technology available and […]

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ELD students hold Art Walk to bridge cultural gaps

Posted  November 6, 2017  by  Pauline Bao

Students of the ELD programs will be leading their peers on a guided tour through the pop-up museum: Art Walk, which will feature original works that represent each ELD student’s identity. The students will be showcasing their works on Nov. 9 from 3-6 P.M. in the Media Center and the courtyard of the new buildings. […]

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Dance like someone’s watching

Posted  October 16, 2017  by  Madison Hoiby
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Mission Kimpossible: Not my type of treat

Posted  October 16, 2017  by  Samuel Kim

Personally, the idea of Halloween hasn’t really been that enticing for me as I’ve grown up. Now don’t get me wrong, creating a costume for both Rampage and ASBL never fails to put a smile on my face, but other than that, I don’t really find anything particularly exciting in celebrating the holiday. During this […]

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Tracking another solution

Posted  October 16, 2017  by  Zoe Hsu

Imagine being dressed and ready to run on the track. It was raining heavily the previous day, so you hope the track has dried by then. However, your hopes are crushed when you realize the track is completely flooded. This is one of the problems that athletes have to deal with because our school has […]

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