Sarah M. Wang


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Arcadia High School Students Develop New Mobile App
Education

Arcadia High School Students Develop New Mobile App

By Sarah Wang In our rapidly digitizing world, most teenagers can call themselves “tech-savvy.” One group of Arcadia High School (AHS) students, however, has taken the power of technology to the next level. Juniors Albert Yeung, Alex Hitti, Jason Zhao, Jessica Chou, Nathan Wong, Paul Lee, Seongwook Jang, and Tiger Ma have created what AHS…

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 High School Students Raise Awareness for Mental Health
Education

Arcadia High School Students Raise Awareness for Mental Health

By Sarah Wang Well, well, well! Arcadia High School’s (AHS) many student-run clubs and organizations spread the wellness around campus this past week at the high school’s second annual Wellness Week campaign. Chaired by AHS’ resident disability awareness club Voices of Ability, the week’s festivities were all in an effort to raise awareness for mental…

7 Steps to Creating a Positive Social Media Footprint
Lifestyle

7 Steps to Creating a Positive Social Media Footprint

By Sarah Wang Employers, admissions officer, and interviewers of today’s day and age have a powerful tool for evaluating candidates – social media. The power of connective technology has long been praised for its far-reaching interactive abilities, but few consider the effect a digital footprint may have on one’s viability come time for job or school…

Rise and Shine: 5 Benefits of Waking Up Earlier
Health & Fitness

Rise and Shine: 5 Benefits of Waking Up Earlier

By Sarah Wang Across the world, people of all different ethnicities, beliefs, and cultures go about their daily lives. But for many, resisting the temptation of the snooze button can be the most difficult thing about starting the day. Clambering out of bed late and rushing to get ready may be an experience almost anyone…

Arcadia Unified Debuts ‘Profiles in Education’ YouTube Series
Education

Arcadia Unified Debuts ‘Profiles in Education’ YouTube Series

By Sarah Wang Many school districts around the country struggle to maintain transparency and communication within their communities, but Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD) is certainly not one of them. The award-winning school district already boasted a thriving relationship with the public, but this summer, its Public Information Office took that rapport one step further…

Putting the Boba Cancer Controversy to Rest
Health & Fitness

Putting the Boba Cancer Controversy to Rest

The popular tapioca pearl drink has sent Southern California into a boba frenzy — what’s actually in it? By Sarah Wang Long-time boba fans can likely recall reading through the headlines denouncing their favorite go-to drink in horror, including memorable titles like “Tapioca Pearls May Contain Cancer-Causing Chemicals” and “Will You Drink Bubble Tea If…

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