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Lowering the Voting Age

Jade Bromley, Ellie Carter
November 22
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Print, Recent, Showcase

For Lowering the Voting Age (Jade Bromley): In 2008, Obama was elected the first black president of the United States of America. Even as an eight-year-old, I could understand the importance of that election. It was a true progression of us as a people, and I wanted to be a part of it. I had...

JD Miller

Adara Peppercorn and Jade Bromley
November 21
Filed under Local, Print, Recent, School, Showcase, Student Life

As October ends and November begins, many take time to reflect on what they are thankful for as they realize the opportunities they’ve been given. JD Miller, a junior here at Ashland High School (AHS), has chosen to appreciate the friends and family that have blessed her in her life. Friends...

Evan McLennan

Amani Mussell
November 20
Filed under Local, Print, Student Life

As Thanksgiving approaches this November, Americans across the United States have the chance to think about what they are thankful for. From money to love, almost everyone can find something in their lives to be grateful for. This year, Evan McLennan, an Ashland High School tenth grader, is thankful...

Chef Showdown with a Twist

Jade Bromley
November 19
Filed under Extra Curricular, Home, News, Print, Recent, Showcase, Student Life

The Ashland Culinary Festival is a wonderful event where the chefs of Southern Oregon come together in a four-day food convention at the Ashland Hills Hotel and Suites. There are food tastings, fresh products, cooking demonstrations, and workshops. For nine years, local chefs have competed in a...

Indigenous People’s Day

Indigenous People’s Day

Uma McGuire and Bella Mannray
November 17
Filed under Calendar, Fall, Print, Recent, Showcase

In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue. This mnemonic device, which is a well-known childhood phrase, encourages Americans to remember a man who has forever stirred the waters of American history in both positive and negative ways. Columbus Day was initially established as a national holiday by...

The Nobel Prize: it’s a Changin’

The Nobel Prize: it’s a Changin’

Zaida LaRose and Dylan Kistler
November 17
Filed under Arts, Arts/Entertainment, Feature, Featured, Music, News, Print, Recent, Showcase

On October 13th, Bob Dylan became the first musician ever to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. Not everyone is pleased to see the rebellious folk hero slouching next to the likes of Hemingway, T.S. Eliot, Steinbeck, and Solzhenitsyn. Of these awards given annually to a writer whose work is deemed...

Psychology for a High School Freshman

Psychology for a High School Freshman

Savanah Agape, Reporter
March 16
Filed under Calendar, Feature, Local, News, School, The Rogue News

A successful therapist needs to be a good listener. They need to be able to keep a secret, care genuinely about others, be self-aware and comfortable talking to all types of people. Freshman Rowan Dearborne is all these things and more. He has enthusiasm for helping others and loves listening when it's...

Senioritis: Made Up Disease or Serious Epidemic?

James Edson, Editor
March 16
Filed under Feature, Featured, Home, Local, News, News, Print, School, Showcase, Student Life, The Rogue News

Upon driving past their previous elementary or middle school, high schoolers are often overwhelmed with nostalgia. Memories of a much simpler time seem like heaven when compared to the stress-ridden reality of high school. But just as the daydream reaches its peak, an interesting sight distracts: young...

#raised-by-the-internet

Frankie Mora, Reporter
March 16
Filed under Featured, Local, News, News, Print, School, Showcase, Student Life, The Rogue News

Upon driving past their previous elementary or middle school, high schoolers are often overwhelmed with nostalgia. Memories of a much simpler time seem like heaven when compared to the stress-ridden reality of high school. But just as the daydream reaches its peak, an interesting sight distracts: young...

Valentine’s Day: Love It: Single

Maisie Roberson, Reporter
March 16
Filed under Calendar, Opinion, Print, Recent, Showcase, Social, Student Life, The Rogue News

Valentine’s Day is about more than just romance. It’s a day set aside to celebrate all of the kinds of love you encounter as you go through life. While there has been massive commercialization of the holiday, that’s a side affect of any holiday that is largely celebrated. This doesn’t mean that...

Valentine’s Day: Love It: In A Relationship

Dale Fulton, Reporter
March 16
Filed under Featured, Local, News, Print, School, Showcase, Social, Student Life, The Rogue News

February the 14 is one of the most exciting milestones of the year, especially when you are in a relationship. Valentine’s Day is often a chance for a fresh start and an opportunity to give relationships a new and exciting spark. Not only do the chocolate and flowers cause good feelings overall, but...

Valentine’s Day: Hate It: Single

Spencer Hills, Reporter
March 16
Filed under Featured, Local, News, Print, School, Showcase, Social, Student Life, The Rogue News

Valentine's Day: the one day of the year the men summon sufficient courage to ask the love of their lives out. Just ask the person out on Christmas, the beginning or end of summer, Thanksgiving, or any available time in your schedule! This terrible day turns anyone wanting to ask the love of their life...

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