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Nasrin Aboulhosn was a new freshman at AHS when terrorists attacked. Last year, she talked with other young Arab-American and Muslim women about their experiences in Alhambra.
Alhambra resident Sunny Kim shares her shock upon learning of her illness and battle against it.
For the first time, the Alhambra High School football team has a volunteer chaplain on the staff this season: 26-year-old Joshua Sands.
Nasrin Aboulhosn was a new freshman at AHS when terrorists attacked the Twin Towers. Ten years later, she talks with young Arab-American and Muslim women in Alhambra about their experiences.
They left Alhambra for college with big dreams of making it on their own. Instead, they graduated when the recession hit and found themselves back at home in their childhood bedrooms.
When Nasrin Aboulhosn, after spending most of her 23 years in Alhambra, finally received an invitation to yum cha (飲茶, “drink tea”) with eight Asian friends, she couldn’t resist.
In a city packed with foreign names, growing up in Alhambra with the name Nasrin Aboulhosn was not always easy. Not so in the Lebanese mountain village of Btekhnay.
The inside story of Alhambra High’s homecoming float competition