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LAUSD’s first African-American female superintendent talks goals, motivation behind district leadership

LAUSD’s first African-American female superintendent talks goals, motivation behind district leadership

Eloise Rollins-Fife May 20, 2016 Comments Off on LAUSD’s first African-American female superintendent talks goals, motivation behind district leadership

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is the second largest district in the country. According to its website, the district educates over 640,000 students, incorporates 720 square miles and serves around 30 neighborhoods. Its racial

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Archer Athletics Speaker Series: Jerry West encourages students to shoot for their dreams

Archer Athletics Speaker Series: Jerry West encourages students to shoot for their dreams

Cybele Zhang April 27, 2016 4

It’s Game 3 of the 1970 NBA Finals. The Los Angeles Lakers need to make a shot to tie the score with the New York Knicks — there’s one second on the clock. Jerry

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Making an Archer teacher: exploring the hiring process

Making an Archer teacher: exploring the hiring process

Cybele Zhang April 13, 2016 3

He waits nervously as he submits a resume. Her palms sweat as she awaits an interview. This all builds up to the big moment — getting the job

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Editorial: What’s wrong with Juliet Williams’ Op-Ed? A lot.

Editorial: What’s wrong with Juliet Williams’ Op-Ed? A lot.

Oracle Staff January 27, 2016 16

Juliet Williams’ op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, entitled “What’s wrong with single-sex schools? A lot,” wrongly portrays single-sex schools as institutions that perpetuate “limiting gender stereotypes.” The Oracle Editorial Board strongly believes in

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Sixth graders participate in annual hunger breakfast

Sixth graders participate in annual hunger breakfast

Cybele Zhang January 20, 2016 1

Archer sixth graders filed into the Rose Room for the annual Hunger Breakfast on the morning of Dec. 11 where they learned about food insecurity around the globe

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Elyse Pollack ’18 chosen for Los Angeles Youth Council

Elyse Pollack ’18 chosen for Los Angeles Youth Council

Nelly Rouzroch January 15, 2016 Comments Off on Elyse Pollack ’18 chosen for Los Angeles Youth Council

Sophomore Elyse Pollack ’18 was accepted into the 2015-2016 Los Angeles Youth Council. Founded in 2014, the council is a year-long fellowship for local high school students to “hone their leadership skills in the areas of

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Triple-threat Dani Roberts shines in athletics, the classroom

Triple-threat Dani Roberts shines in athletics, the classroom

Cybele Zhang December 18, 2015 Comments Off on Triple-threat Dani Roberts shines in athletics, the classroom

Most people in the Archer community know Danielle Roberts as a tall, quiet sophomore, but many may not know she’s a three-season athlete with a passion for sports. According to her family, coaches and

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Sonia Arora brings ‘perspective’, ‘sense of humor’ to college guidance department

Sonia Arora brings ‘perspective’, ‘sense of humor’ to college guidance department

Eloise Rollins-Fife December 13, 2015 Comments Off on Sonia Arora brings ‘perspective’, ‘sense of humor’ to college guidance department

Despite being new to Archer, Sonia Arora, the school’s most recent edition to the college guidance team, is already well-known on campus amongst juniors and seniors. Arora plays an integral role in the revamped college guidance program that

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Students attend Student Diversity Leadership Conference

Students attend Student Diversity Leadership Conference

Cybele Zhang December 10, 2015 Comments Off on Students attend Student Diversity Leadership Conference

Three students attended the annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) in Tampa, Florida from Dec. 3 –

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Five ways to embrace fall

Five ways to embrace fall

Chloe Davenport November 11, 2015 Comments Off on Five ways to embrace fall

The weather is finally getting colder, so here are the Oracle’s tips for how to embrace the season

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