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The Revolution

Good vs Bad AHS

Good vs Bad AHS

Maddie Stumler and Marc Rabourdin

December 15, 2015


Filed under Editorial, Opinion

THE GOOD: Walking around in the halls of AHS, I’m always hearing other students complain about things they dislike about the school. I transferred here this year from a very strict school district in Louisville, Kentucky and I want to share all the things I love and that I didn’t have back at my old school. C...

Feng Achieves Greatness Through Science

Feng Achieves Greatness Through Science

Mattie Burris, Staff Correspondent

April 3, 2015


Filed under Features, People

“Quiet, hardworking, and very intelligent. She is an extremely self-aware student who knows what she wants,” MESA program director Jeff Prillaman described junior Selena Feng. Feng has competed in the science fair for three years of high school and has dominated her category each time. This year,...

Paying for College?

Paying for College?

Andrew Carlisle, Staff Correspondant

April 2, 2015


Filed under Features

“My biggest concern about college right now is all the money. I’ll be having to work it all off in balance afterwards,” senior Carly Sprouse said. Despite the rising prices of tuition and fees, 54 percent of AHS students attend a college soon after (~16 months) they leave high school, according...

Immigration Reform Impacts Dreams

Immigration Reform Impacts Dreams

Melanie Arthur, Editor in Chief

December 19, 2014


Filed under News

Boarding a plane with her younger sister almost 10 years ago, senior Keyri Lopez felt both excitement and sadness as she left all her family and everything she knew in Usulutan, El Salvador. “Our life, or our new life as I like to call it, began in 2005,” she said. “What I remember from El Salvador is...

Students Submerge in the Ice Bucket Challenge

Sarah Lemley, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2014


Filed under Entertainment, Features

All around the globe, people and celebrities alike have been participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for ALS. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a neurological disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. The decreasing of the motor neurons event...

Pi(e) Day: A Celebration of 3.14159265359

Pi(e) Day: A Celebration of 3.14159265359

Bailey Bush, Online Editor

March 14, 2014


Filed under News, Photo Story

Pi day is here again. Students and staff enjoy their annual celebration of the famous number with another kind of pie.

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