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Colleges visit campus

October is College Month, and many colleges and universities will be visiting campus to promote their schools to students.

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Students return to campus after unexpected delays

A 17-day campus-wide shut down ended on Sept. 14, when students returned to in-person learning.

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Celebrating Women, Girls in science

In an effort to address gender inequalities women face going into STEM fields, global organizations recognize today as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

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Renaissance Starts Memorial project

Renaissance started a memorial where students can add personal tributes to those lost during the pandemic.

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Armenian People Seek Help

Armenian Genocide Martyrs Monument in Montebello
PC: Wikipedia Commons

We woke up on the morning of Sunday, September 27th to find out that an attack on our people had begun.

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Renaissance shares ‘You Are Loved’ message

Renaissance is selling “You Are Loved” t-shirts on Friday, Oct. 9 from 1-3:00 p.m. to send a message to students who may be suffering from depression.

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CSF makes history with new criteria

As the California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Club begins the school year, a new criterion for entrance has been implemented due to the option of pass-fail grades last semester.

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COVID offers alumna chance to give back

A tutoring and mentoring program started by alumna Evelyn Wong (’17) has taken off in response to COVID’s distance learning. (Wong pictured volunteering in Chile last year)

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2020-2021 STAFF LIST

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Preparing for Unexpected

Students can prepare for emergencies at home the same way they would at school.

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