• The Collective Unconscious

    The Collective Unconscious

    Zaida LaRose

    April 24, 2015

    Carl Jung, a psychiatrist from the early 1900's, developed a theory to explain the roots of human existence. This idea of the "collective unconscious" shows us what can be found at the base of our being. In other words, it reveals a commonality in the core of us as a species. The collective unconscious... READ MORE »»

  • Fresh Start

    Fresh Start

    April 23, 2015

    Ashland High School offers an opportunity to incoming freshpeople unique to Ashland, Fresh Start. This two day summer retreat takes place at a retreat center in the Greensprings. There are three different sessions of this retreat where incoming students are divided into their advisory... READ MORE »»

    Ryan Hoe, Amy Corey, Charis Roberts, Autumn Ekwall and Payton Onesti show their green spirit. photo courtesy Amy Corey

  • Carmel Apple Box Competition

    Carmel Apple Box Competition

    Lili Smith, Reporter

    April 22, 2015

    The Geometry and Geometry Honors classes are participating in a Caramel Apple Box design competition. The Ashland High School math department received a grant from the Ashland Schools Foundation in order to provide the supplies for each student.  Each student has the opportunity to design a complicated... READ MORE »»

  • Fire Alarm Repercussions

    Fire Alarm Repercussions

    Wyatt Thompson-Siporen, Reporter

    April 20, 2015

    The Fire Alarm.  As young children, we looked at the red box with reverence.  Foreboding and mysterious, no child dared venture near it, let alone purposefully set the alarm off.  However,... READ MORE »»

    Photo by: Sarah Bestor

  • Ashland Track and Field Continues Successful Season

    Ashland Track and Field Continues Successful Season

    Karl Moeglein, Reporter

    April 20, 2015

    Wyatt Thompson-Siporen continued his spectacular season, and Dominic Meads, Mel Elshalom, Chris Robinson and Ian Rinefort all placed when boy’s track and field took second place at the Crater Classic. On the girl’s side Sydney Norvell was victorious while both Hope Baldrica and Kelsey McKelvey got... READ MORE »»

    The Grizzly Boy's Track and Field Team took second place at the Crater Classic (Photo Credit/Morgan Cottle)

News

The Winds of Climate Change

The Winds of Climate Change

Mimi Schaefer-Sharp, Editor In Chief

  Camila Thorndike (Class of 2005) Camila Thorndike believes that the Rogue Valley can lead the state to climate stability. She has worked around the country in land use planning, water resource...  Read More »

April 20, 2015 • 0 comments

Mr. Grizz

Mr. Grizz

Kleya Dhenin, Zaida LaRose, Elena Patterson, Lili Smith, Sinead Pyle, and Colin Timmons

Mr. Grizz, a satirical pageant mocking all beauty pageants, will take place on Friday, April 17 at 7:00 PM. The pageant is comprised of 2 contestants from each class for a total of 8 Ashland High School men. Participation...  Read More »

April 16, 2015 • 0 comments

Adventures in Procrastination

Adventures in Procrastination

Kleya Dhenin, Reporter

Our world is faced with an epidemic: Procrastination. Procrastination is defined as delaying something until a later time, namely the last minute, simply because you don’t want to do it. As a whole, procrastination affects...  Read More »

April 14, 2015 • 0 comments

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Athletics

Ashland Track and Field Sweeps Eagle Point

Ashland Track and Field Sweeps Eagle Point

Karl Moeglein, Reporter

At Eagle Point, the Ashland boys picked up a close victory 75-69 while the girls coasted to a 83-56 win as the Grizzly Track and Field Team swept the Eagles in a duel meet. For the boys junior Shashi Penn and senior Wyatt...  Read More »

April 16, 2015 • 0 comments

Sydney Norvell and family celebrate after she signs her letter.

Grizz Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

April 10, 2015

Constance Goeke hands the baton off to Kaylyn Kraft (Photo Credits/Morgan Cottle)

Ashland High Track Update

April 6, 2015

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Sydney Norvell: State Champion

March 18, 2015

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Student Life

The Winds of Climate Change

The Winds of Climate Change

Mimi Schaefer-Sharp, Editor In Chief

  Camila Thorndike (Class of 2005) Camila Thorndike believes that the Rogue Valley can lead the state to climate stability. She has worked around the country in land use planning,...  Read More »

April 20, 2015 • 0 comments

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Using Condom Sense

April 17, 2015

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Places to Buy Prom Dresses

April 16, 2015

Artwork provided by Kai Loewenstein

Adventures in Procrastination

April 14, 2015

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