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Angelina Zhao

Angelina Zhao, Staff Member

Angelina Zhao is a senior who has joined The Bulldog Times in order to help promote school events and bring back school spirit using writing and social media. In her spare time, she enjoys leisurely activities such as re-watching her favorite Barbie movies, TV shows, and YouTube video essays. Her interests are mainly centered around games and collecting cute figures or stuffed animals. Some activities she likes to do with friends include making friendship bracelets, going karaoke, having makeover hangouts and going to the gym. She looks forward to helping promote school spirit and bringing attention to unrecognized efforts on the school campus.  

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Album analysis installations will be published every Friday until the end of the 2023-24 school year; check back in every week for a new album to dive deeper into.

[Photo] Album Analysis: “Neotheater” by AJR

Rachel Dunn, Assistant Features Editor
March 15, 2024
For the past few years, there has been a sudden increase in feet hate. Feet, otherwise known as “dogs, have been shunned by society because they are “ugly” and “disgusting. As accepting as our society has become, it is a shame that so many people can’t find the same love for our grippers. They work so hard for us, yet they don’t receive the recognition they deserve.

[Photo] Who let the dogs out?

Rachel Dunn, Assistant Features Editor
March 6, 2024
Work hard. No one can ever take that from you, said Campbell. Have your integrity and your morals... if you work hard and youre honest, those are going to be things that take you far in life.

[Photo] Ms. Campbell: Teacher, coach, and leader

Kaylani Hsu, Assistant Sports Editor
January 29, 2024
With the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opening on the last day of December, millions of students worldwide are filling out forms in hopes of receiving government money to assist with their upcoming college fees. “It is important for students to fill out the FAFSA yearly because there is a lot of money available to students to help pay for various costs of attending college,” Ayala financial director Cynthia Vasquez said.

[Photo] What you need to know about the FAFSA

Rachel Dunn, Assistant Features Editor
January 23, 2024
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.

[Photo] Is the SAT still worth taking?

Janelle Lim, Staff Writer
September 26, 2023
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