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Photo Courtesy of Chau Cam Senior Chau Cam thrives as a four year member in badminton

As senior Chau Cam starts warming up for her badminton games, she is constantly reminded of her last year as a highschool player. Cam has been playing badminton since sophomore year at San Gabriels badminton team. “Badminton made my highschool experience fun because I got to meet many new people and visit new different schools
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Illustration by John Truong Donald Sterling controversy leads to issue of double standards

“I am banning Donald Sterling, for life,” newly appointed National Basketball Association (NBA) commissioner Adam Silver announced. Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was implicated in a controversy in which news website, TMZ, released a recording of Sterling speaking to V. Stiviano about his personal opinion of people of African American descent. In the ten-minute
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photo11-300x224 Volleyball Matador CIF Second Round vs. Tustin

The Matadors played their second round in the CIF championship versus Tustin High School on May 15. The seats quickly filled with students from both schools who cheered on while band and color guard did a collaboration on the top seats. The Matadors finished the game winning all three sets and dominated the game. The
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IMG_5765 Faculty win against seniors in 2014 student versus staff game, 63-58

Despite a furious last-minute comeback by the seniors, they were unable to obtain the victory, giving it up to the staff in the student versus staff basketball game. Going on an eight-point run during the last few minutes of the game with the help of a few questionable calls, the seniors were nonetheless held off
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Photo by Marqus Quertyus Homosexuality in sports rises up against challanges

In a world of sports, where homosexuality has always been a stigma, new Rams defensive end, Michael Sam, has risen up and challenged the quota and the set standard as the first openly gay National Football League player.  Only drafted last week, Sam has emerged as a hero in the gay and lesbian community.  However,
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Players in Clash of Clans control their own fortified bases, and have access to a variety of features. Clash of Clans revolutionizes mobile strategy games

Later in the day, I need to submit financial aid documents to colleges for review. Not to mention, I need to meet up with my classmates to work on our group project. Then, I should finally get started on the English paper. Finally, I need to check up on my little village and maybe invade
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Senior Ryan Quach poses next to his ceramic piece, Nautilus, showcased at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pasadena. San Gabriel students participate in contests of art, ceramics

The San Gabriel Art Association awarded seniors Arely Perez and Wendy Gonzalez, juniors Andrew Gurrola and Jimmy Lim, and freshman Victoria Le for their hard work, placing among the top three in their categories. The American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona selected the work of students who participated in the competition, featuring high school artists
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Illustration by Erin Truong Songs meant for empowering women are not so empowering

It is bad enough that men have to dehumanize women with most of the songs that play on the radio, but the fact that women do this as well is utterly disgusting. It is even more putrid to know that some people even go as far as to say that these female artists produce songs
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Illustration by Anthony Yang Abortion laws limit women’s rights

Reproductive rights have been a controversial topic in politics ever since the years before Roe v. Wade. At the time, state governments have set their own laws regarding the legality of abortions, with California allowing abortions only with a valid reason, such as if the pregnancy was caused by rape or if the woman’s health
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Photo courtesy of Johnny Diep Q&A: Johnny Diep, senior

1. Greatest thing(s) that has happened your senior year? “Finishing my final basketball season with my brothers, receiving college letters, and experiencing prom!” 2. College? Major? “Cal State Fullerton. Majoring in Business Administration with a concentration on Business Economics.” 3. Greatest thing since freshman year? Your best year in high school? “FBLA State Conference and
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Photo by John Truong Q& A: Christian Majano, senior

1. What is your purpose on life? Christian Majano said that his original goal was to become a medical doctor; however, he has since decided that going into the field of business is more suitable for him. 2. What do you cherish most? “I cherish my family and girlfriend the most out of everything I
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