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Archer’s Winter Wonderland Celebration

Archer’s Winter Wonderland Celebration

Emma Lapin December 17, 2013 0

Uggs, puffy jackets, and hot chocolate—this could only mean one thing: Archer’s Annual Winter Wonderland celebration. The festive event took place on Dec. 12 in Archer’s beautifully decorated courtyard. 

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Perks of Winter in Los Angeles

Perks of Winter in Los Angeles

Madison Richardson December 13, 2013 0

Some people love winter, and others despise it. Because winter signifies the arrival of mildly cold weather and of stress-inducing finals week, Archer students often forget to acknowledge the many advantages of the season. 

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Archer Tradition: Grandparents and Special Friends’ Day

Archer Tradition: Grandparents and Special Friends’ Day

Sarah Wagner December 11, 2013 0

At the end of November, middle schoolers fill the halls wearing purple polos, khaki skirts, and white cardigans. They are not alone in these hallways—friendly, unfamiliar faces are everywhere.  What does this mean? It’s

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Survey: Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Survey: Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Sara Seaman December 4, 2013 0

Are we raised in a society obsessed with retail and fame, so much so that it has become part of an important coming-of-age ritual? Or is a Sweet 16 party just as culturally important

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Senior Night: Where the Tradition Began

Senior Night: Where the Tradition Began

Marcela Riddick November 14, 2013 2

With fall sports coming to a close, “Senior Nights”—the flowers, the speeches, the balloons, and the tears—are in the air. Let’s rewind our clocks to when it first began

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Halloween at Archer

Halloween at Archer

Madison Richardson November 8, 2013 4

Last Thursday was Archer’s Halloween celebration—that one time of year when even the sweet sixth graders can transform into frightening ghosts and witches, or other creative characters

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Op-Ed: Columbus Day vs. Indigenous People’s Day

Op-Ed: Columbus Day vs. Indigenous People’s Day

Sydney Stone October 18, 2013 2

Many know Christopher Columbus as the man who sailed the ocean blue in 1492— but do we really know who he was

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