Keepin’ it Arcadia
S2 #28 The Retired, The Hired, and The Fired Up (To Be Healthy)

S2 #28 The Retired, The Hired, and The Fired Up (To Be Healthy)

May 18, 2019

This episode is about teachers! Podcast member Grace Lee interviews our beloved retiring Digital Photography teacher, Mr. Fujiwara. After that, podcast member Becky Chen interviews Ms. Hong, who used to teach at Foothills Middle School but is now in her first year at Arcadia High School, about her new experiences! Last but not least, podcast member (and varsity tennis player), Christina Yao, talks about why it's so difficult to eat healthy in today's society!

Timestamps:

Interview With Mr. Fujiwara: 0:53

New Experiences with Ms. Hong: 4:39

Healthy Eating: 7:06

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S2 #27 New Spring Preview, New Girl Scout Gold Award, New App!

S2 #27 New Spring Preview, New Girl Scout Gold Award, New App!

May 6, 2019

To wrap up this year's Spring Preview showcasing Arcadia High School's clubs, podcast member Kathy Liu interviews two middle schoolers and AHS's drum major, Carolyne Kim, about this experience at the event! Also, take a listen as podcast member Leila Nunez interviews Girl Scout Delaney Prater, who earned the Gold Award with her project Commit 2 Happy. Last but not least, Jeffrey Lee gives you the scoop on the new AHS Mobile app update coming soon!

Timestamps:

Spring Preview Reflection: 0:40

Commit 2 Happy: 4:07

AHS Mobile App Update: 7:36

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S2 #26 Personal Statement from New Arcadia Mayor, Airpods, and Interview with Amazon Alexa!

S2 #26 Personal Statement from New Arcadia Mayor, Airpods, and Interview with Amazon Alexa!

April 28, 2019

This week, podcast discussion anchor Lawrence Sung contacted our new mayor of Arcadia, Mayor April Verlato, who gives a personal statement addressed to all Arcadians! Next, podcast resident tech member 2.0 Joyce Pang interviews a couple of her friends for opinions on Airpods. Last but not least, we have a fun little segment where host Jeffrey Lee interviews Amazon Alexa.

Timestamps:

Personal Statement from Mayor April Verlato: 1:57

Airpods: 6:36

Interview with Amazon Alexa: 9:15

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S2 #25 Triumph, Failure and Hope!

S2 #25 Triumph, Failure and Hope!

April 23, 2019

Today, we have an interview with star athlete Emilie Sung about the annual Arcadia Invitational track meet. Next, podcast team member Christina Yao will discuss college rejections and how to deal with them in an interview with Aditya Bhawal. Last but not least, stay tuned as Becky Chen talks about the amazing Holocaust survivor Trudie Strobel, who visited our very own Arcadia High School! Enjoy!

Timestamps:

Arcadia Invitational Recap with Emilie: 0:46

How to Deal with College Rejections with Aditya: 1:47

Holocaust Survivor Guest Speakership Experience: 8:15

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S2 #24 Incredible Math Circles Tutoring Program, History of Hawaii, and Gatsby Day Recap!

S2 #24 Incredible Math Circles Tutoring Program, History of Hawaii, and Gatsby Day Recap!

April 13, 2019

Let’s begin with an interview with the absolutely brilliant Aditee Prabhutendolkar and her Math Circles tutoring program, as well as how you can get the help you need to clutch that grade! Next, we have our history guy Lawrence Sung dramatically going over the interesting history of Hawaii, and last but not least, we have a recap of one of the most mysterious events to happen to juniors during junior year: Gatsby Day.

Timestamps:

Math Circles with Aditee: 0:34

History of Hawaii: 3:57

Gatsby Day Recap with Elisha and Sage: 9:32

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Words of wisdom from Aditee: “Don’t be afraid of the potential challenges. Get to solving the problem; no one else will solve it for you.”

S2 #23 Les Miserables and Theatre with Brady Stubbs, Rundown of Current Democratic Candidates, and Metal Straws!

S2 #23 Les Miserables and Theatre with Brady Stubbs, Rundown of Current Democratic Candidates, and Metal Straws!

March 24, 2019

Today host Jeffrey Lee has an interview with Brady Stubbs, who played Jean Valjean in the most recent Arcadia High School Advanced Theater production: Les Miserables, on his take of his role, and of theatre in general. Next, we’ll be getting a bit political with Jarett Yip, our local political analyst, who will be giving us a rundown of the Democratic candidates running for President so far. Last but not least, podcast team member Christina Yao will be giving her take on the hype around metal straws!

Timestamps:

Interview with Brady: 0:51

Presidential Candidates with Jarett: 10:17

Metal Straws with Christina: 13:05

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S2 #22 Fingerpick Guitaring and Nick Jonas, Time Management 101, and the Apache Pow Wow!

S2 #22 Fingerpick Guitaring and Nick Jonas, Time Management 101, and the Apache Pow Wow!

March 17, 2019

In this episode, we have interviews with 3 very exceptional Arcadia High School students, the first being guitarist Julia Noji, who was recently noticed by Nick Jonas on social media! Next up, we have ASB Junior class president Braden Wong dramatically telling his tips on time management. And last but not least, we have next year’s Apache Pow Wow newspaper editor in chief Brandon Chen and everything you need to know about Pow Wow!

Timestamps:

Guitar Playing with Julia Noji: 0:55

Time Management with Braden Wong: 5:00

Pow Wow with Brandon Chen: 19:12

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S2 #21 Mental Health Awareness Week, Special Talent at AHS, and the Potential of CRISPR!

S2 #21 Mental Health Awareness Week, Special Talent at AHS, and the Potential of CRISPR!

March 3, 2019

Today, we have a preview of Mental Health Awareness Week with Voices of Ability President Kanchan Kaur and podcast member Becky Chen. Becky and podcast member Kathy Liu then interview a unique talent of AHS, fencer Mickey Zhang, and last but not least, podcast member Lawrence Sung and his partner Justin Wang shows us an overview of CRISPR, a revolutionary gene editing tool!

Timestamps:

Mental Health Awareness Week: 0:37

Unique Talent of AHS: 4:52

CRISPR Overview: 8:49

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S2 #20 Overcoming High School Stereotypes, Undefined: Finding One’s Identity, and Today’s Most Popular Games!

S2 #20 Overcoming High School Stereotypes, Undefined: Finding One’s Identity, and Today’s Most Popular Games!

February 23, 2019

We all know some high school stereotypes, such as the jock or the nerd. In this episode, podcast member Christina Yao investigates how stereotypes affect AHS students and how they have learned to overcome them. Podcast member Becky Chen also interviews Filbert Aung, the co-founder of Undefined, the incredible speech monologue event about identity, on why he created the event, while podcast member Anya Yang interviews one of the event's speakers, Manasvi Chandra! Last but not least, resident tech guy/game boy Jarett Yip reports his top 3 games of the year so far!

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S2 #19 The Ultimate Speech Tournament Experience!

S2 #19 The Ultimate Speech Tournament Experience!

February 18, 2019

Have you ever considered joining Speech and Debate, but worry about what competition is like? Fear no longer! In this episode, hosts Lawrence Sung and Jeffrey Lee take you through one of the biggest speech tournaments of the year, round by round, complete with three thorough interviews to present our most in-depth episode of the year. Enjoy!

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