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Students tour classroom village

Students tour classroom village

December 10, 2017

As Archer girls finish their last finals and leave for three weeks of winter bre...

Archer closes due to Skirball Fire, Winter Wonderland postponed

Archer closes due to Skirball Fire, Winter Wonderland postponed

December 10, 2017

Wednesday morning began with the Bel Air hillside aflame. The Skirball Fire ...

Freshmen attend panel discussion on religion

Freshmen attend panel discussion on religion

December 9, 2017

Since 2014, Archer's ninth grade curriculum has included the history course...

Kenyan Boys Choir performs, shares passion for global change

Kenyan Boys Choir performs, shares passion for global change

December 3, 2017

Jambo, Jambo, Jambo! The booming voices of the Kenyan Boys Choir filled the Rose ...

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Recent FEATURES Stories

Archer’s garden isn’t going anywhere: Students design new green space

Archer’s garden isn’t going anywhere: Students design new green space

November 30, 2017

With the next phase of Archer Forward construction commencing this month, the back field and garden area will so...

Class of 2018 creates Eastern Star Infirmary themed haunted house

Class of 2018 creates Eastern Star Infirmary themed haunted house

November 16, 2017

The Class of 2018 gave the Archer community a glimpse into an alternate past of the Eastern Start Home ...

Nico-teen: Juul, vaping devices violate school drug policy, pose health risks

Nico-teen: Juul, vaping devices violate school drug policy, pose health risks

November 7, 2017

Lexie*, an Archer senior, pulls out a small black device that looks like a USB from her backpack. It...

The Arrow Executive Board heads in new direction, shares changes for the year

The Arrow Executive Board heads in new direction, shares changes for the year

October 26, 2017

The Arrow — formerly known as the Archer Student Store — is snack central at Archer, offering tre...

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Recent SPORTS Stories

Q&A with 2017-2018 varsity basketball captains: Caitlin Chen, Cydney Davis

Q&A with 2017-2018 varsity basketball captains: Caitlin Chen, Cydney Davis

December 9, 2017

As days get shorter and colder, signaling the start of winter, the varsity basketball...

Q&A with 2017-2018 varsity equestrian captains: Maddy Benfield, Ella Frey

Q&A with 2017-2018 varsity equestrian captains: Maddy Benfield, Ella Frey

December 3, 2017

Every week, juniors Maddy Benfield and Ella Frey can be found training with...

JV, varsity tennis conclude seasons, emphasize bonding

JV, varsity tennis conclude seasons, emphasize bonding

November 30, 2017

Since August, the junior varsity and varsity tennis teams have been practicing...

Varsity cross country completes season, CIF-SS Finals

Varsity cross country completes season, CIF-SS Finals

November 27, 2017

It was the morning of CIF-SS Finals.  Amelia Mathis, head varsity coach, sto...

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Recent CULTURE Stories

Review: “Wonder” dazzles children, adults with message of empathy and acceptance

Review: “Wonder” dazzles children, adults with message of empathy and acceptance

December 8, 2017

It is refreshing to find a film that simply asks its audience to “choose kind.” I became familiar ...

Review: Smorgasburg LA highlights diverse cultures, worth the Sunday trip Downtown

Review: Smorgasburg LA highlights diverse cultures, worth the Sunday trip Downtown

December 1, 2017

When I think of trendy, outdoor food markets, a few things come to mind: terrible, expensive parking,...

Review: Plant Food and Wine – A Vegan Heaven

Review: Plant Food and Wine – A Vegan Heaven

November 30, 2017

Imagine a picturesque vegan heaven, filled with vegetables and non-dairy cheeses. Plant Food and Wine fits...

Bat Boy: The Musical concludes as last Blackbox musical production

Bat Boy: The Musical concludes as last Blackbox musical production

November 22, 2017

After four months, tears and one bat-boy, the final musical in the Blackbox has come to a close. Bat...

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Op-Ed: Money Burns Too

By Erica Dick, Contributor

December 11, 2017No Comments

I can’t stop thinking this isn’t how it’s supposed to be. Yet, maybe at the same time, it’s exactly what it’s supposed to be. I’ve lived in Los Angeles all my life, a c...

  • Editorial: Archer moves forward, so do we December 1, 2017
  • Editorial: A Year after Trump November 1, 2017
  • Editorial: Local sexual misconduct cases illuminate Archer’s continued efforts, call for more education October 1, 2017

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Column: Pomegranate and Winter – The Perfect Pear

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

December 8, 2017No Comments

December brings to mind images of pies, hot coffee, chocolate and endless Christmas cookies. Even glazed hams and yams have the secret ingredient that makes the food your...

  • Column: Decolonizing our Minds – a Reflection on American Thanksgiving December 3, 2017
  • Column: Starbucks has taken over winter, and I’m okay with it December 2, 2017
  • Column: Ending the stigma around of mental health in the Latino community November 15, 2017

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Video: What are Archer girls grateful for?

By Nicki Rosenberg

December 12, 2017No Comments

During the holiday season, gratitude is a common theme at Archer. The above video shows students reflecting on what they are most grateful for, which include everything...

  • Five fun things to do in LA over winter break December 10, 2017
  • LA Neighborhood Guide: Beverly Hills Edition December 3, 2017
  • Five Netflix shows to binge watch this winter November 28, 2017

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