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How to be on Santa’s nice list

How to be on Santa’s nice list

Jessica Li

December 7, 2017


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After long hours of arduous studying to prepare for the last week of final exams, students can finally celebrate the long-awaited two-week winter break, kick back and relax from all the pent- up pressure of the semester. While binge watching television shows on Netflix or hanging out with friends may...

XI ELEVEN makes waves with music

Chloe Lee

December 7, 2017


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Standing in front of his studio microphone in a room filled with various recording equipment, senior Kai Tsao sings a few notes. His hands fly across the piano, trying out different keys to find the perfect melody. After recording his voice and the instruments, Tsao begins to fine-tune the song further b...

Stay-cation

Michyla Lin

December 7, 2017


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Winter break is the time mid-school year when many lurk at home under their covers, enviously tapping through social media, looking at their friends’ photos of their various vacation destinations. I personally get very frustrated seeing all my friends sunbathing on the beach in their swimsuits, sippi...

Avengers Infinity War Trailer: Everything You Need To Know

Avengers Infinity War Trailer: Everything You Need To Know

Medha Upadhyay

December 5, 2017


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    Transcription: Unless you live under a rock, or even if you do, you’ve probably heard of the Avengers Infinity War Trailer. Marvel Studios released the trailer on Wednesday, November 29. The video quickly shot to number one on YouTube and has amassed over 230 million views...

Local community honors Veterans

Local community honors Veterans

Jessica Li and Kelsey Lu

November 25, 2017


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To commemorate the first anniversary of the end of World War I on Nov. 11, 1919, “Armistice” Day, now known as Veterans Day, was born. Below is a look at some of the local celebrations honoring those who have bravely served for our country, as well as some of their eye-opening experiences in the ...

The Curious Savage: Studio 74 presents fall show

The Curious Savage: Studio 74 presents fall show

Michelle Zemlyak

November 16, 2017


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Cheerful music plays in Studio 74 as students prepare for dress rehearsal. Make-up artists help actors with costumes, makeup and hair. Lighting and sound technicians prepare their equipment. Stage crew, stage managers and set designers clean the stage and put together set pieces to set the scene of ...

Staff and students showcase their Halloween spirit

Staff and students showcase their Halloween spirit

Sadhana Sarma, Photo Editor

November 3, 2017


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The rise of the sun on Sept, 22, 2017 marked the first day of the Autumn season. Leaves turn vivid oranges, yellows, purples and reds; the air becomes more brisk and there are pumpkins everywhere within eyesight. With all the characteristics of Fall in effect, one must then question what to do to cel...

A look at unique student jobs

Diana Xu

November 2, 2017


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Austin Wang My favorite part of my job is when my boss hands me my paycheck every two weeks and I think about all the food I can buy with my own money. I chose to work at QQQ because I used to buy their boba and popcorn chicken when I was a child. The workers were also always really friendly and ...

How to dress up a simple closet for success

How to dress up a simple closet for success

Clara Fernandes

November 2, 2017


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If you find yourself frantically digging through your closet and spending precious sleeping time finding something decent to wear in the mornings, it is probably time for you to organize your closet! If you’re unsure how to tackle the mountain of clothes piled in your closet, here are some tips to h...

Pre-Christmas

Pre-Christmas

Michyla Lin

November 2, 2017


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As we get older, aspects of our youth begin to fade. For example, it’s not exactly socially acceptable for people my age to be trick-or-treating anymore because we would be “competing with children for candy.” Imagine opening the door to find a toddler dressed as Elsa, a third grader with a gap...

Radence Tsow hurdles over competition with his dog

Radence Tsow hurdles over competition with his dog

Michelle Lum

November 2, 2017


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Eyes trained on his red-and-brown Border Collie, junior Radence Tsow guides his dog Ammo through obstacle after obstacle laid out on a grassy field. The stakes are high at the American Kennel Club (AKC) European Open Junior (EOJ), an international dog agility competition, and spectators watch int...

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