Monthly Archives: October, 2019

Titans Keep Cup In Rivalry Thriller

While his teammates celebrated what is up to this point of the season the Titans’ greatest accomplishment, San Marino High School placekicker Jordan Evans...

Olivia Ruiz Pasadena City College

The seasons may change, but summer, winter, spring and fall, San Marino High School graduate Olivia Ruiz is always on the run. A record-setting...

Titanium Robotics Pushing Through Off-Season Projects

Titanium Robotics just checked off one of its events from their off-season to-do list: San Marino’s police and fire department Public Safety Barbeque, which...

Former San Marino High School Students Open Alhambra Eatery

When Maggie Ho and Chris Yang began dating as students at San Marino High School, eating out was their favorite pastime—so it came as...

Cumberland Road Burglary Delays Start of School Day

An early morning burglary that took place in the 2700 block of Cumberland Road has delayed the start of the day at San Marino...

Just a Few Hours

Rich Lindgren found himself at a personal crossroads. He had spent many years volunteering for what he considered a worthwhile charitable organization, but no...

Elder Abuse Spotlighted In Town Hall Meeting

The surprisingly common and close-family ties of elder abuse was the focus of this month’s Town Hall meeting, which was held at the Crowell...

School Board Votes To Explore Facility Construction Bond

The San Marino School Board at its Monday, October 7 meeting unanimously accepted the findings of the SMUSD’s Facilities Advisory Committee (FAC) and proceeded...

Seth-sational!

San Marino High School’s varsity football team is enduring what is known in the sports lingo as a “rebuilding year,” with just eight seniors...

The Long Run

She admits there is a lot more competition for her time, but Fiona Harrigian, a 2016 graduate of San Marino High School, has continued...
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