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Freshmen Attend Screening Of “Wadjda”

Freshmen Attend Screening Of “Wadjda”

Siena Deck December 6, 2013 0

On Monday Nov. 11 2013,  Archer’s entire ninth grade and part of the upper school film-making class went to a special showing of “Wadjda” at the United Talent Agency followed by a Q&A with the director, Haifaa

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Archer Sports History: Leyla Namazie

Archer Sports History: Leyla Namazie

Marcela Riddick November 19, 2013 1

RANCHO PARK — Coming in 4th in the Liberty League Finals out of 56 runners, the youngest member of the team, freshman Leyla Namazie ’17, qualified for CIF finals. Leyla is the first in

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Photo Gallery: 10 Objects that Define Archer

Photo Gallery: 10 Objects that Define Archer

Sydney Stone November 8, 2013 3

Wandering the halls of Archer, you might notice some things that you wouldn’t normally see in a school. You might see a dog lying in the middle of a hallway, red Spanish-style tiles on

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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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A Rise in Rowing

A Rise in Rowing

Haley Kerner October 16, 2013 1

Taking a substantial amount of strength and endurance, rowing, a sport that is almost as old as time itself, is making a comeback in America and around the world—even in our own Archer community

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