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Founding Wordnik—An Interview with Erin McKean

Founding Wordnik—An Interview with Erin McKean

Sarah Wagner March 6, 2014 0

Starting a successful online business is not easy for anyone, and women may face extra challenges due to social norms.  But that does not mean that women cannot succeed in the business world. In fact,

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The Student Led Conferences Debate

The Student Led Conferences Debate

Sydney Stone March 6, 2014 0

This article was co-written by Sarah Wagner and Syd Stone. Wednesday Feb. 12, 2014, was not a typical day at The Archer School for Girls

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New Year’s Celebrations

New Year’s Celebrations

Helena Heslov February 1, 2014 0

Everyone celebrates New Year’s in a different way. Whether it’s going to a party, staying at home to watch the ball drop, or eating special food, New Year’s is a special day

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Loss of Sleep in America

Loss of Sleep in America

Gaia Richardson January 31, 2014 3

Is there a limit to pressure? How much sleep is too little sleep?  It is the 21st century, and we have a nation of  adults and teenagers who are horribly sleep deprived

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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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Archer Abroad 2013: Guatemala

Archer Abroad 2013: Guatemala

Sydney Stone January 24, 2014 4

On November 20 at Los Angeles International Airport, 13 eager Archer girls boarded a 12:30 AM flight to Guatemala City, not knowing what to expect.  Since May, the small group of Archer sophomores and

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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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Women and the Military: An Interview with 1st Lt. Kathryn Whichard

Women and the Military: An Interview with 1st Lt. Kathryn Whichard

Beatrix Rowland December 17, 2013 0

The military gives opportunities to many Americans. Military service provides money for college and healthcare benefits. The estimated average active duty service member receives Army benefits and is paid a compensation package worth $99,000.  Lt. Kathryn Whichard is one

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Archer Adopts-A-Family

Archer Adopts-A-Family

Kayry Gonzalez December 16, 2013 0

Archer’s annual Adopt-a-Family reminds the community to celebrate the holiday’s true meaning

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WriteGirl: The Power of A Girl and Her Pen

WriteGirl: The Power of A Girl and Her Pen

Haley Jamieson December 13, 2013 2

WriteGirl is a non-profit charity organization that brings creative writing to girls, many of whom do not receive the arts education they deserve. The organization helps high-density schools and probation camps—it also holds writing

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