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Archer Juniors Spend A Day At The Zoo

Archer Juniors Spend A Day At The Zoo

Gaia Richardson May 28, 2014 Comments Off on Archer Juniors Spend A Day At The Zoo

On May 16, Archer’s 11th grade biology classes visited the Los Angeles Zoo as an extension of their year-long course in biology

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Opinions Differ on AP Exams

Opinions Differ on AP Exams

Gaia Richardson May 22, 2014 1

AP examinations have just concluded at Archer. As the culmination of a year’s worth of work in Advanced Placement courses, the exams test students’ skills in specific subject areas. The Archer School for Girls offers

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Op-Ed: Women in Media More Artificial, Less Human

Op-Ed: Women in Media More Artificial, Less Human

Gaia Richardson March 20, 2014 1

Women’s role in modern society is indisputably more expansive than that of previous eras. But is it really? Have our new freedoms spawned new dilemmas

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Anime Club Celebrates Japanese Culture

Anime Club Celebrates Japanese Culture

Gaia Richardson March 10, 2014 3

アニメ The Archer School has many student-run organizations full of individuals who share common hobbies and interests. Archer's Anime Club is one such organization. The club has 21 registered members, including eight seniors, five juniors,

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Karen Foshay Discusses the Art of Journalism with Archer Journalists

Karen Foshay Discusses the Art of Journalism with Archer Journalists

Gaia Richardson March 7, 2014 Comments Off on Karen Foshay Discusses the Art of Journalism with Archer Journalists

On Feb. 13, award-winning investigative journalist Karen Foshay told Archer she hopes Archer girls will go on to be journalists. She explained during her presentation that she believes good journalists are greatly needed in

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American Students Increasingly Sleep Deprived, Studies Say

American Students Increasingly Sleep Deprived, Studies Say

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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Finals Week Rapidly Approaches

Finals Week Rapidly Approaches

Gaia Richardson December 11, 2013 Comments Off on Finals Week Rapidly Approaches

As the dreaded finals week approaches,  the Oracle decided to gather information about Archer students’ feelings and experiences

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Top 5 Community Service Opportunities

Top 5 Community Service Opportunities

Gaia Richardson December 11, 2013 Comments Off on Top 5 Community Service Opportunities

With the season of giving approaching, it seems to be the ideal time to consider community service opportunities. Here’s a look at our top five

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Op-Ed: A Culture of Complaints

Op-Ed: A Culture of Complaints

Gaia Richardson November 22, 2013 1

Plaintiffs claim discrimination, injury or other injustices. But in some ridiculous cases, their claims seem comic either because of how trivial they are or because of the price they ask in compensation. Has America,

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Restaurant Review: Tradition of quality at Phillippe’s

Restaurant Review: Tradition of quality at Phillippe’s

Gaia Richardson November 17, 2013 1

Considering the capricious restaurant scene in Los Angeles, it is rather remarkable to find a restaurant like Philippe’s that has been feeding the city for over a century.  As observed by L.A. Eater, it

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