Boysʼ Soccer Surpasses Previous Expectations

TINA CHEN Staff Writer According to recent studies, scientific experts are coming up with consistent evidence that proves natural talent is irrelevant as talent has nothing to do with greatness. Just as hard work and success are deemed to be synonymous in terms of sports, commitment is the drive that is pushing boysʼ varsity soccer into greater success this season.

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Girlsʼ Basketball Demonstrates Progress in Communication Skills

ANGELYNE CHU Sports Editor Having defeated Schurr on Jan. 17 with a score of 56-28, the JV girlsʼ basketball team is well on their way to another successful Almont League season. Although their current league record is 1-8, the team is striving to improve their strategies in order to defeat their opponents. According to shooting and point guard Aliyah Bui,

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The Sex Ed Broadcast

Television is not an adequate substitute or a personal, no-questions-barred conversation with parents. Talking to your parents about sex is never a pleasant experience, especially knowing that they, too, have engaged in the act. However, this conversation can serve an important role in changing a teen’s life. Due to budget cuts, many schools, including AHS, have been forced to not

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Not Just Fun and Games

Teens who receive comprehensive sex education are 60% less likely to report becoming pregnant. 82% of teen pregnancies are accidental. The U.S. has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the developed world. The birds and the bees. The day you have that conversation is the day when you realize that the stork didnʼt drop you off at your

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