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Alhambra hosts 710 ‘Close the Gap’ Day advocating for underground tunnel in South Pasadena

Alhambra hosts 710 ‘Close the Gap’ Day advocating for underground tunnel in South Pasadena

Alhambra hosted its yearly rally to show and gain support for the ‘Close the Gap’ campaign to build the 710 freeway tunnel under South Pasadena, ‘710 Day’. The…

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Al Fresco: A summer dinner party

Al Fresco: A summer dinner party

Movies, food options, and playlists to entertain your guests on a summer night.…

Alhambra hosts 710 ‘Close the Gap’ Day advocating for underground tunnel in South Pasadena

Alhambra hosts 710 ‘Close the Gap’ Day advocating for underground tunnel in South Pasadena

Alhambra hosted its yearly rally to show and gain support for the ‘Close the Gap’…

Cross Country: Tigers aim high despite dearth of experience

South Pasadena High School’s varsity cross country team fell short of a CIF crown last…

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Cross Country: Tigers aim high despite dearth of experience

South Pasadena High School’s varsity cross country team fell short of a CIF crown last year, but haven’t lost hope. The Tigers are determined to produce a different…

Track coach absence leaves many puzzled

SPHS Track and Field head coach PJ Hernandez took a mysterious leave of absence during the middle of the 2014 spring season, leaving many to wonder about the…

Volleyball: CIF run comes to an end for Tigers in semifinals as South Pas downed by Sea Kings

There was not another improbable comeback in store for the South Pasadena High School volleyball team as the Tigers lost in straight sets against Corona Del Mar in…

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Al Fresco: A summer dinner party

Al Fresco: A summer dinner party

Movies, food options, and playlists to entertain your guests on a summer night.…

Godzilla is innovative but hardly a smashing success

Godzilla is innovative but hardly a smashing success

2.5/5 A massive military installation surrounds a large, pulsating shape half-buried in the ruins of a nuclear reactor. Suddenly, the ground…

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March 24-29:Close-Up Trip

March 29: End of third quarter

April 1-5: Spring Break

April 8: Professional Development Day, No School

April 9-10: Late Start

April 11: Eighth Grade Night at SPHS

April 12: Commission Election Assembly

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    Kyle Kan: Staff Writer Out of America’s 50 states, Hawaii is arguably the most scenic. I spent ten days traveling across the island of Oahu, experiencing both modern and traditional Hawaiian culture, and attempting to see all the Aloha State has to offer. I traveled to Hawaii with an organization known as HOPE Youth Corps to serve communities around Oahu, in […]
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