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Farah Ali

Farah Ali, Yearbook Editor

INTERESTS/HOBBIES:  Reading, film, editing. Hanging out with friends and eating churros

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:   I volunteer at the hospital, do service projects at Skid Row, and am active in interfaith work

THREE WORDS TO DESCRIBE ME ARE: Brown, sarcastic, funny

IN TWENTY YEARS:  In twenty years, I want to be happy with a family doing whatever it is I decide to do.

FAVORITE QUOTE: "I could really use a tan." -said no brown person ever

FAVORITE MOVIE: The Reluctant Fundamentalist, Now You See Me, and too many more to name.

All content by Farah Ali
Ariana Grande releases new album, Dangerous Woman, and tops charts in several countries.

Ariana Grande drops new album

Farah Ali, Yearbook Editor
May 24, 2016
Nacho Fries at El Tapatio come with delicious french fries topped with cheese, beans, tomatoes and meat. This meal is decently priced, and is as good as it looks!

Nach-o typical restaurant

February 11, 2016
This is the indoor ballroom of the new Calamigos venue ASB seniors chose for the 2016 prom. The ballroom has elegant crystal chandeliers and a large dance floor.

Class of 2016 amps up prom

Farah Ali, Yearbook Editor
December 11, 2015
For this years Clarktoberfest, students had to buy tickets to purchase what other classes were selling.

Clarktoberfest successful yet again

Farah Ali, Yearbook Editor
October 28, 2015
14-year-old Ahmed Mohameds digital clock was mistaken as a bomb. He received attention from president  Obama and NASA.


Farah Ali, Yearbook Editor
October 5, 2015
Many young girls are subjected to child marriage in different countries. Girls in these countries are not prepared for these roles, and this often hinders their education.

Children not brides

Farah Ali, Staff Writer/ Photographer
May 26, 2015
All the participants, and judges at New Vision Partners 2nd Annual Interfaith Film Festival. Maisune Abu-Elhaija, Ishaan Jain, and Farah Ali won $1000, $500, and $250 college scholarships for their short films.

Entering a film competition

Farah Ali, Staff Writer/ Photographer
April 15, 2015
Melineh Hovakimian, junior, won first place honors for Hey U.G.L.Ys (Unique Gifted Lovable You’s) writing competition. She was awarded $250, a T-shirt, and a certificate of excellence. This years essay topic was why bystanders could be the key to stop bullying.

Melineh Hovakimian Speaks Out Against Bullying

Farah Ali, Staff Writer/ Photographer
December 5, 2014
Marah Hasan, a sophomore, doesnt fee discriminated when she wears the headscarf. She is able to wear her headscarf at Clark, even with the dress standards. She doesnt feel that her rights are infringed upon.

Muslims combat Islamophobia

Farah Ali, Staff Writer / Photographer
November 19, 2014
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