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  1. Matadors defeat Aztecs in Homecoming, written by Kim Ta. SG boys’ varsity football team won against Mark Keppel High School on the day Homecoming kings and queens were announced. The team made a tremendous amount of effort to prevent a comeback from the Aztecs, ending 19-14.
  1. Living off the record, written by Eileen Ong. Millions of undocumented immigrants face a difficult situation after Donald Trump was elected president. The unknown future of Cesar Figueroa and his family may be living the rest of their life in fear and uncertainty like other undocumented immigrants.
  1. Varsity football team defeats Ganesha, earns redemption, written by Nian Capili. SG boys’ varsity football team won against Ganesha High School with an impressive score of 27-0. The team charged through the game with impenetrable defense and offense strategies.
  1. Microwave, hot water should be available, written by Karina Matias. A new school year started without hot water or a microwave in the health office. Some saw it as a necessity while others believed it was a gone for good.
  1. Pablo joins SG community through snack sales, written by Nian Capili. Juan Pablo was known as the ice cream man, or simply Juan. Although many students bought from Pablo, the reality was that he barely made enough for a living.
  1. Make America Great Again! (satire), written by Thomas Wang. A peek into the future life of Americans after the inauguration of Donald Trump. After Trump took power, life worsened, although jobs were easier to occupy when a proper education was not prioritized.
  1. Former Office Manager Villagra, written by Kim Pham. Maria Villagra was known as a caring and selfless person before her passing. Staffs, teachers, and students still remember her kind deeds and presence of home.
  1. Trump triumphs, written by Tom Cheah. On Nov. 10, Donald Trump won the presidential election against Hillary Clinton with 279 electoral votes. Some students and teachers were disappointed in the results, not knowing what the future holds under Trump. However, others were glad that the election went the way it did.
  1. $149 million infrastructure improvement bond, an editorial piece for a reconstruction for San Gabriel High School, which is over 60 years old. A bond was passed to collect up to $149 million for repairing classrooms and improving the school’s standard living. However, if the project is not completed, it may result in a $280 million debt.
  1. New bus system implements student fee, written by Sydney Trieu. The Alhambra Unified School District planned to start charging students $100 a semester to ride the school bus. Students receiving free or reduced lunch will not have to pay for the pass. This new system identifies students as they scan to ride the bus and can be served as a safety system.
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