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Prom night reunites students in post-pandemic festivities
Olivia Mendoza May 11, 2022

For the first time in over two years, the upperclassmen at Ayala readied themselves for a traditional prom, which was hosted on May 7th. While there was a small prom last year, COVID restrictions limited the amount of guests who could come and made it...

Opening of the podcast episode
Kind on the Mind: the newest project tackling mental health
Pauline Wang, Bulldog Contributor • May 18, 2022

Finals, AP exams, college decisions, and new changes in students' lives come into play as students move up a year in their high school career...

Front: Avery Rosas (10), Bailee Alejos (11), and Katie Cheng (11)
Back row: Ms. Eileen Tse, Katelyn Jimenez (11), Trinity Philips (12), Emily Gutierrez (10), Olivia Mendoza (11), Isabel Sim (10), and Sayee Deshmukh (10)
The Bulldog Times expands its reach with 7Leaves fundraiser
Isabel Sim, Features editor • May 12, 2022

The clink of change and chatter fills the room as customers line up to pay for their drinks. Along the wall, pictures of the drinks on the menu...

AVGL Academy takes scholastic esports to the next level
AVGL Academy takes scholastic esports to the next level
Katie Cheng, Managing Editor, Social Media Manager • May 23, 2022

Looking to get into the esports industry but don't know how? Well AVGL (American Video Game League) Academy has just the thing for you! The success stories left behind by their first cohort have allowed them to continue onto Fall, having already released...

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Kobe Nguyen (12) and Christopher Long (12) in action during match
Boys Tennis falls just short in CIF 2nd round
Avery Rosas, Sports Editor • May 20, 2022

The boys varsity tennis season came to an unfortunate end after a loss in their second round of California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) tournaments,...

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I really took away that practice is the only thing that can get you up there. No matter how skilled your competitors are or how well known they are. Its all about who puts in more effort and [more] quality time [practicing]. Competitions are never about winning or losing. Its just about gaining experiences and learning your lessons. Winning, obviously, is a great feeling, but with losing, you cant view it as something negative. As long as you make sure that you dont repeat the same mistake and take away something important from the competition, [you should be fine], Tiffany Kye (12), graduating staff reporter of the Bulldog Times said.
Seniors of BDT: Tiffany Kye
Isabel Sim, Features Editor • May 24, 2022

Tiffany Kye closes her eyes as she goes through the moves of taekwondo, thoroughly choreographed and practiced to the point of fluid, flawless...

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