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Archer Varsity Soccer 2014: Journey Through Photos

Archer Varsity Soccer 2014: Journey Through Photos

Yasmeen Namazie March 6, 2014 1

It was a season of excitement, anticipation and heartbreak. This year’s Archer Varsity Soccer team made it to the CIF-SS Playoffs, losing to St. Monica’s in the Final Four. Thanks to Shishi Shomloo ’15,

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Something’s Fishy: Why Your Sushi May Not be Authentic

Something’s Fishy: Why Your Sushi May Not be Authentic

Yasmeen Namazie January 31, 2014 2

It is, arguably, one of the greatest scams that Angelenos have encountered. Sushi fraud is the illegal activity of misrepresenting purchased seafood—a potential detriment to the health of all sushi-lovers alike

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Pasadena’s Rose Parade

Pasadena’s Rose Parade

Yasmeen Namazie January 22, 2014 0

The Tournament of Roses Parade is an annual festival held on Jan. 1. It is held on a three-mile stretch on one of the busiest streets in Pasadena, California

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Op-Ed: Catching Fire—Beyond the Feminist Appeal

Op-Ed: Catching Fire—Beyond the Feminist Appeal

Yasmeen Namazie December 10, 2013 0

Catching Fire is the second book of Suzanne Collins’ trilogy “The Hunger Games.” After its release as a major film production on Nov. 22, 2013, it has attracted a wide array of judgments, criticism

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Tommy Review: An Upper School Success

Tommy Review: An Upper School Success

Yasmeen Namazie November 22, 2013 2

On Nov. 16 at 6 pm, Archer’s Upper School debuted their production of Tommy—a rock musical based on the Who’s 1969 album

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Carmen Carrera: Modeling for Change

Carmen Carrera: Modeling for Change

Yasmeen Namazie November 14, 2013 1

On Nov 4, 2013, a petition circulated the Tumblr-sphere requesting that Victoria’s Secret—the largest lingerie franchise in the United States—appoint model and burlesque performer Carmen Carrera as the newest Angel. If appointed, Carmen Carrera

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Women in Engineering: IDEA Lab

Women in Engineering: IDEA Lab

Yasmeen Namazie November 4, 2013 0

It’s no secret that women are underrepresented in the field of engineering. Archer’s Science Department has been encouraging female entrepreneurship in the Engineering field

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The History of the Spooks: Halloween

The History of the Spooks: Halloween

Yasmeen Namazie October 26, 2013 3

The origins of Halloween date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, which recognized the end of summer and the commencement of winter. But as the world has progressed and developed, have our “trick-or-treaters”

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A Tear in Your Career: Athletic Injuries

A Tear in Your Career: Athletic Injuries

Yasmeen Namazie October 2, 2013 1

The pang of losing a basketball game or the disappointment of missing a penalty kick can be incredibly painful for high school athletes—the pressure unparalleled, the guilt uncontrollable. But nothing compares to the pain

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