CAROLINE REN Editor in Chief After entering AHS this school year, Assistant Principals of Student Services Carly Chavez and Edgar Alas set a new goal in hopes of creating a more positive atmosphere on campus: the Student Services incentive program. The program, which they hope to implement within the next month, would reward students for
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SYLVIA WINSTON Features Editor Bitter and sweet, black and white, hot and cold– but how about The Nightmare before Christmas and Alice in Wonderland? This year, ASB has cleverly juxtaposed these two classics in order to kindle a night of eerie excitement. Schools across the nation have been participants of this traditional celebration and have
PAULA KIRYA Staff Writer Homecoming is an annual tradition that welcomes students back to their schools and is the highlight of the fall for many. With it being one of the most extravagant dances of the school year, it is an opportunity for exceptional incidents to transpire. For some, homecoming had not turned out how
DEREK WU Staff Writer Each year, homecoming is celebrated at AHS in the forms of a dance, a football game and this year, a parade. Before the game, the parade will start at Fourth Street and end at Moor field. In addition to the Homecoming game, AHS will also be hosting its annual homecoming dance
REBECCA ZENG Staff Writer Technology is a large portion of many people’s lives. In today’s society, many use it to perform every day tasks. The technological world has been advancing continuously over the course of several decades, and is still evolving today.
JANET GUAN Copy Editor As part of a first world country, citizens of the U.S. have much to be proud of. However, the Jefferson County school board’s recent motion to change their U.S. History curriculum to be more “patriotic” has sparked widespread debate about the representation of the US in education. One concept should be
In this day and age, it is very uncommon to find a teenager without a cellphone. In fact, according to a 2013 Pew Research study, 78 percent of America’s teenage population owns a cellular device. However, this poses a crucial question: how can parents protect their children from the dangers of the technological world? New
WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer With a season record of 3-4, the Moors are currently tied for fourth place in the Almont League. The Lady Moors had their first game against the Mark Keppel Aztecs and won within four sets. Adding to their season record, the Moors conquered the Schurr Spartans on a 3-2 set game
BRIANA THAI Staff Writer According to LA Times, on Sept. 27, quarterback Shane Morris of University of Michigan (UM) looked disoriented after a hard hit, but he continued to play. He took a break but was back in play without the approval of the team’s doctors. The following Monday, UM officials released that he distressed