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Respect the Muslim community

By Somi Jun Feature Editor Background information: On January 7, 2015, two gunmen broke into the building of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, opening fire and killing eight…

Discrimination: It’s in our blood

Discrimination: It’s in our blood

By Sandra Moore Staff Writer American Red Cross states on their website that every two seconds, someone in the US needs blood. When donors give their blood, blood…

Sports

Five wrestlers advance to CIF after RHL finals

By Jordan Xiao & Sandy Grossman Tiger Staff Five wrestlers from South Pasadena High School…

Boys’ soccer suffers first loss against Blair

Boys’ soccer suffers first loss against Blair

By Kevin Park Staff Writer After five games of triumph, the boys’ soccer team tasted…

Girls’ soccer defeats Blair 10-0

Girls’ soccer defeats Blair 10-0

By Marion Wood Staff Writer Photos by Stephanie Kim The girls soccer team boosted their…

Boys’ basketball bounces back with win over Blair

Boys’ basketball bounces back with win over Blair

By Andrew Shults Sports Editor After a disappointing loss to San Marino on Wednesday, the…

News

Computer Applications requirement to be changed

Computer Applications requirement to be changed

By Alex Nakagawa Assoc. Sports Editor South Pasadena High School students will no longer be required to take the “Computer Applications” class as a graduation requirement. The district’s…

School pool to undergo renovations

School pool to undergo renovations

By Sandy Grossman Staff Writer The South Pasadena High School athletic department announced its decision to renovate the swimming pool to repair years of damage and wear. Construction…

“BIOMED Pathways” announced for upcoming school year

Andrew Gruhn Staff Writer School administration plans to add a biomedical science class titled “BIOMED Pathways” to South Pasadena High School’s course roster for the 2015-2016 school year,…

National Readathon Day celebrated at SPHS

National Readathon Day celebrated at SPHS

By Sandra Moore Staff Writer SPHS library staff supported the development of young readers by celebrating the first ever National Readathon Day on Saturday, January 24. Students and community…

Feature

Catch up with clubs: January 2015

Catch up with clubs: January 2015

  By Fiona Bock, Kyle Kan, Jung Su Park, Faye Witherall, & Jordan Xiao Tiger Staff Catch up with the activities and…

Tuesday Tunes 5 – World Music

Tuesday Tunes 5 – World Music

By Jordan Xiao Copy Editor The fifth installment (January 27, 2015) of Tiger Newspaper’s weekly Tuesday Tunes was created by senior…

Into the Woods is a confusing twist on classic fairytales

Into the Woods is a confusing twist on classic fairytales

By Karen Hsueh Copy Editor 2/5 A star-studded cast is a definite advantage when it comes to publicizing movies; however, the…

American Sniper incites emotion, but not innovation

American Sniper incites emotion, but not innovation

By Ross Lelieur Staff Writer 4/5 No Oscar season would be complete without the inclusion of at least one war film.…