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AHS’ Annual Celebration of Learning

FARRAH LUU Staff Writer AHS’ annual Open House and Celebration of Learning was held on Feb. 26 from 6:15-7:45 p.m. which showcased student achievements and brought school activities to parents’ attention. “We encourage parents to attend Open House so we listen to feedback from students and faculty [while] working with groups and administrators to improve


Introduction: You Auto Know About These Classes

Although the Industrial Revolution occurred many decades ago, AHS continues to provide its students with the skills to become someone of higher profession in the industrial work force. Continue and explore the different courses AHS has to offer in regards to the industrial world.

Creativity of Wood

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief There is something for everyone that makes us excited and creative. While some students might find joy in taking AP classes or drama, some might want to make things with their hands and learn how to manipulate wood to make projects. AHS currently offers two levels of woodshop classes: Woodshop

Exploration of Architecture

SARA HERNANDEZ Staff Writer Among AHS’ shop classes is the architecture and drafting class. Students who take this class are generally interested in pursuing architecture in the future or simply enjoy the class. “I like how architecture teaches us about the process of designing buildings and it’s cool because I’ve learned how to draw what’s

The Wheel Deal

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer AHS’ Industrial Technology department includes Auto Technology classes, taught by Victor Quiroz in room IT-7, which allow students to learn the basics of how to maintain a car. There are two levels of Auto Technology: Auto Technology 1/2 and Auto Technology 3/4. Auto Technology 1/2, the prerequisite for Auto Technology 3/4,

Brian Williams’ Necessary Abeyance

AMBER LI BARRY CHUENG Staff Writers On Feb. 10, NBC news anchor and veteran journalist Brian Williams was suspended for six months without pay for falsifying a story he had covered in Iraq in 2003. His suspension and the negative light he received were well-deserved for the dishonest stories he reported as a renowned journalist.

AIGAT YOUR BACK: Vindication for All Victims

SUSANNA AIGA Opinions Editor According to the Huffington Post, upon surviving a traumatic experience, “To move on with your life, you must break away from identifying yourself as a victim and transcend this experience by becoming a survivor.” The term “victim” is so loaded with negative stereotypes and a certain stigma that claiming victim status

Varsity Girls’ Soccer Advancing Through CIF Ranks

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer The varsity girls’ soccer team has completed their season, continuing their success as the Almont League Champions. They wrapped up the season with a 7-2-1 record. The team advanced further in this season than they had in the last few seasons. For the first time in four years, they won their

Gratified Moment for Varsity Girls’ Water Polo

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer Varsity Girls’ water polo have proven exactly what they are capable of. After countless hours of practicing in the water, they completed their preseason with a record of 4-5, and their league season record of 2-2 with a qualification in California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Preliminaries. After claiming victory against Mark Keppel