Month: April, 2018

May College Search Guide
Education

May College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz Your kids have reached the homestretch! Freshmen are looking forward to their last month, relieved that they are almost done with 9th grade. Meanwhile, it is a bittersweet time for seniors as they anticipate the end of their high school career and spend the last remaining weeks…

Broadway’s Susan Egan Performs with CSArts-SGV Students at Fundraiser
Arts & Entertainment

Broadway’s Susan Egan Performs with CSArts-SGV Students at Fundraiser

By May S. Ruiz Susan Egan, musical theatre, television and film star, will delight audiences during a night of Broadway at the California School of the Arts-San Gabriel Valley’s (CSArts-SGV) inaugural fundraising celebration, ‘Unplugged with Susan Egan.’ A cabaret-style show, ‘Unplugged’ will also feature 17 CSArts-SGV’s bright and talented students as they perform songs from…

More Weight Than Just Calories
Health & Fitness

More Weight Than Just Calories

By Yajen Tan Putting yourself in a caloric deficit is a surefire way to shed the extra weight – at least in theory. If you treat the body as a heat engine, and observe the energy input and energy output, that’s what seems to happen. But we find out over and over again, that the…

Mayoral Vote Delayed Pending Investigations of Nominee Sho Tay
News

Mayoral Vote Delayed Pending Investigations of Nominee Sho Tay

Amundson retains Mayoral title until the delayed vote on June 5 By Galen Patterson City Council delays Mayoral decision 45 days in light of pending investigations of nominee Sho Tay. A crowd gathered around the entrance of the council chambers at Arcadia City Hall on the evening of April 24. Tables had been set up…

Arcadia High School Students Spring Into AP Exam Season
Education

Arcadia High School Students Spring Into AP Exam Season

By Sarah Wang For many people around the world, May is a time of flowers, fresh spring, and possibly allergies; for many American high school students, May is a time of studying, stress, and anxiety: AP testing. The Advanced Placement (AP) program is an academically rigorous curriculum offered by non-profit standardized testing administrator College Board…

Arcadia Showing No Signs Of Slowing Down
Sports

Arcadia Showing No Signs Of Slowing Down

By Aaron Valdez It seems that Arcadia baseball isn’t the only undefeated team on campus as the Coed Badminton squad finished the regular season 16-0 overall and 12-0 in league action. In the grand scheme of high school sports, Head Coach Mike Stiles and his Arcadia badminton team continue to fly under the radar as…

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