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Starting quarterback Max Barroso in this photo is seen throwing a pass to one of our Bulldog wide receivers to help Ayala win the Battle of the Bone game. This game was held on September 15 against the Chino Hills Huskies.
Maximus Barroso: New starting QB shares first Battle for the Bone experience
Ayushka Chethan, Staff Writer • September 28, 2023

“Something I live by and was told my whole life is hard work beats talent,” Max Barroso (11), quarterback of varsity football, shares, as...

After school, The Shoppes, located in Chino Hills, is filled with students spending time with their friends. “I like to go to the Shoppes because it gives me time to study and I get to hang out with friends too,” Micah Luck (12) said.
Is The Shoppes cool anymore?
Rachel Dunn, Assistant Features Editor • September 28, 2023

The Shoppes in Chino Hills is a local shopping center that many high schoolers go to after school. This popular hang-out spot is famous for stores...

中秋佳节! (Translation: Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!) The Mid-Autumn Festival is rapidly approaching and many people are wondering what the festival is all about. From lanterns to mooncakes, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a time for celebrating family and friends.
Mooncakes, lanterns, and legends: unwrapping the Mid-Autumn Festival
Ryan Wu, Staff Writer • September 28, 2023

Do you ever find yourself scrolling through your calendar wondering, “What’s the next big celebration?” Well, get ready to mark your datebook,...

Shoes can tell a lot about an individual’s personality. Many shoes are versatile enough to pair with many different types of outfits an individual wears, and can really add style and emphasis to an outfit.
What your shoes say about you
Stephanie Lyn, Open Canvas Manager • September 28, 2023

Among other articles of fashion, shoes are a vibrant way for people to express themselves. There are different types of shoes for every type...

The homecoming theme this year has been revealed on @ayalabulldognews Instagram. The theme is supposed to be Once Upon A Time which mostly pertains to Disney, since Disney is enjoyable to most students and the coordinators want to show while they set up homecoming. about Disney. “I really like the homecoming theme. I like how they put Disney in it… I think its really cute.” Mia Maldonado (10) said.
'Once Upon a Time' Homecoming is set to be the best one yet
Madison ONeill, Staff Writer • September 28, 2023

On Monday, September 18, the theme for homecoming was finally announced to be 'Once Upon a Time' after much anticipation. The new theme promised...

The 2022-2023 Advanced Dance team spends a day at Disneyland after attending their annual Disneyland dance workshop on Friday, September 22nd. The dancers spent the day bonding together, while exploring the parks as well.
Pictured: Emma fox (10), Trudy Chang (10), Joy Zhu (11), Aubrey Navarro (11), Kamila Tatum (10), Jayda Darwin (10), Ara Ko (12), Maiah Torres (11), Mariam Senno (12), Anmary Bautista (12), Falon Avalenda, Jesselen Prieto (12)
Delayed Disneyland trip for previous advanced dance students calls upon for more funding
Jiaying Hou, Assistant News Editor • September 27, 2023

On Friday, September 22nd, the 2022-2023 Ayala advanced dance team participated in a Disney Dance workshop, showing the importance of fundraisers...

The One Piece live-action series became popular on Netflix, reaching #1 on the TV series charts and brings recognition to both the fans who have watched the original series and the newer viewers.
One Piece live-action series hits charts on Netflix [spoilers]
Kaitlyn Angeles, Staff Writer • September 27, 2023

The One Piece live-action series was released on August 31 and quickly became ranked number one on the Netflix TV series charts in multiple countries....

With Filipino American History Month (FAHM) up and coming, Filipinos all over the nation come together to celebrate this momentous occasion.
Bringing awareness to Filipino American History month
Lia Dimapasok, Staff Writer • September 27, 2023

As October unfolds, communities across the United States join in celebrating Filipino American History Month (FAHM), a time to honor the rich...

Managers David Kubeldis (10) and Tyler Noe (10) prepare for the rush of students who enjoy buying snacks from the student store. They both enjoy the jobs as they look over the USB clerks and make sure they are doing their part in a satisfactory manner. 
[Its] really enjoyable because you get to help the students and also help teach [USB] students valuable skills, Kubeldis said.
Behind the counter: an inside look on Student Store
Madison O'Neill, Staff Writer • September 26, 2023

The bell concluding fourth period blares through the classrooms, releasing the Bulldogs for lunch after all of their hard work. Meanwhile, the...

High school students every year crack down on practice books to improve their scores. With the new digital SAT, however, students must adjust to answering questions without their pens and papers.
Is the SAT still worth taking?
Janelle Lim, Staff Writer • September 26, 2023

Countless hours of studying through the seemingly sleepless nights, reading passages after passages that range from scientific to historical,...

USB President Chloe Kubeldis is also Ayalas School Site Council (SSC) representative and a member of Chino Hills Teen Advisory Board (TAB). As voicing school issues and concerns becomes a growing topic among students, Kubeldis signifies the importance of shaping school culture.
School Site Council: shaping the future of our school community
Abby Le, Staff Writer • September 26, 2023

In the bustling quads and buzzing classrooms of our beloved school, a multitude of voices clamor for attention, each bearing the aspirations...

CAVA fills up with customers as lunch time rolls around. On Sunday, Aug. 27, families and friends gather at CAVA for Mediterranean food and quality time with one another. The line wraps around the store as customers line up to customize their bowls.
CAVA may just be the new hangout spot in Chino Hills
Jiaying Hou, Assistant News Editor • September 25, 2023

CAVA is a new popular chain restaurant that serves customizable Mediterranean bowls, giving customers the freedom to design their bowls to their...

With the various personality types and combinations, can humans really settle on one?
Personality tests: can people be categorized into 16 personalities?
Laila Kumar, Staff Writer • September 21, 2023

People have many tendencies. Some keep a meticulous routine or specific nature, while others differ daily. Those who feel outcast compared to...

When deciding a romance book to read, you may find yourself just looking at the cover to see what might be interesting. 

The covers are a clue to whats in the book, Victoria Perez (9) said. If its like a cartoon cover, then its probably a cute romance but if its like all dark its a dark romance.

But if you are the type of person who wants to get a feel for the plot to fully live out the hopeless romance, here is a curated list that may appeal to your tastes!
A book guide for the hopeless romantics
Lia Dimapasok, Staff Writer • September 21, 2023

In times where cynicism often overshadows sentimentality, there exists a unique kind of individual—a hopeless romantic. Hopeless romantics...

(From left) Mariam Senno (12) and Lindsay Shen (12) eats lunch in Ms. Park’s classroom to escape the summer heat. As temperatures rise and weather conditions change, many students seek shelter within teacher’s classrooms during lunch, risking potential messes their food might make.
Rat sighting causes hesitance for in-class snacking
Angelina Zhao, Staff Writer • September 20, 2023

While many students are used to snacking in class, recent sightings of a rodent on campus have deterred students from doing so as the hot weather...

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