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SAT Tests Under Criticism

As 431,000 California students in 2019 took their SAT tests in order to fulfill their college application... Read More

Sebastian Lopez

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Rolling Into Elections

Going into the 2019 ASB elections, senior Hannaliza Sapida didn't expect to run for ASB President... Read More 

Alexis May Go & Dorothy Huang

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Blacktop Now Closed For Lunch

"It honestly sucks. I play basketball during lunch everyday and now I have to stop... Read More 

MarcAnthony Ramos

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Curtains Reopen 

On Nov. 22 2019, Matt Delima, an AHS alumni and a business owner, presented his plans for... Read More

Joseph Licano

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Rising Up

It can be hard to ignore the constant headlines in the news informing us about the climate crisis... Read More

Sara Giretto 

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Sun & Moon Signs, No Stop Signs

"Democrats believe in astrology more than Republicans do. Pisces are most likely to run a red light... Read More

DGG Staff

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Audacity To Achieve

Having to set up inventory, reply to DMs through her Instagram, package orders, hand... Read More

Crystal Yeung 

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Strike A Chord 

When senior Micheal Huang was young, he saw his older sister playing the cello, and he was... Read More

Samantha Wang

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Rookies Rising 

Sophomore Johnny Pham joined swimming last year. Pham was first thinking of joining track... Read More

Angelina Buell & Jeneen Doctor 

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Taking The Hits 

Here at AHS, we promote anti-bully awareness, and we teach our students to refrain from making... Read More

Che Munoz

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Making the Right Choices 

During last year's ASB elections, crowds of people were lining up in the quad to receive their... Read More

Che Munoz

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Remembering Netzali Can 

Netzali Can, class of 2019, passed away early Jan. on a family trip in Guatemala. A memorial... Read More

Vivian Liu

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So You're Thinking About Voting

Many people do it. Only adults do it, but eventually everyone does it at least once. Some do it more... Read More

Alexis Quino & Claire Ramos

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Living Locally 

Opened for more than fifty years, Super Burger is a small diner that is well-known for its burger... Read More

Alexis-May Go & Dorothy Hoang 

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"Is ______ Here?"

Meet junior Leo Molina, a transgender student at AHS. They talk about their experiences and their... Read More

Javier Manzano 

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Wired Through The Web 

Students and staff build online relationships and communities through social media... Read More

DGG Staff

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SAT Requirements 

In a recent study done by College Board on the 2016 to 2018 scores, the College Board reported... Read More

DGG Staff

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In Need of Funds 

The state of the music programs at AHS have deteriorated over the past several years as they... Read More

Andrea Lomeli

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Written In the Stars

Senior Nancy Iniguez has been enthusiastic about astrology ever since her father gave her a... Read More

Nanda Bean

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Banding Together 

Junior Cruz Garcia recalled his first time hearing metal music on the radio. "I was in the fourth grade... Read More

Sarah Amani

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Track Coach Also An Athletic Trainer 

Working one job is hard as it is, but working two takes it to another level. However, Anthony... Read More

Santina Davalos

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Don't Hate the Player, Hate the Change

Junior Ashley Becknel has played softball at AHS for the last two years, making this year her third... Read More

Aaliyah Montgomery 

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