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Traveling in the Age of COVID

Traveling in the Age of COVID

Aliah John, Writer April 29, 2021

Anyone living in the age of COVID has most likely become used to change and to adapting, while never quite knowing what the next months, weeks or even days will bring. Not only has schooling, work and...

How to juggle all of your hobbies- including juggling

How to juggle all of your hobbies- including juggling

Ava Tobar, Writer April 6, 2021

I have quite a few hobbies, 16 in fact. Knitting, sewing, reading, traditional pencil sketching, digital art, weightlifting, ukulele, piano, embroidery, listening to music, creative writing, letter-writing,...

Sweet and Savory Crepes

Sweet and Savory Crepes

Angie Gorringe, Writer April 2, 2021

Cinnamon Nutella Sweet Crepes  Ingredients:  1 tbsp cinnamon  1 cup milk  1 tbsp sugar  ½ cup all-purpose flour  ½ tsp of salt   1 cup Nutella (or other chocolate...

The vaccine scene in Ashland

The vaccine scene in Ashland

Ella Thacher, Writer March 30, 2021

As we reach the anniversary of lockdown, many are anxiously awaiting the day they can receive the coronavirus vaccine. The days of social distancing, sanitizing, and masking, becoming a thing of the past,...

Flora-Scopes

Flora-Scopes

Your monthly horoscope with plants!
Isa Martinez Moore March 11, 2021

Art by Isa Martinez Moore

The Bernie meme is one example that unified the internet after Biden's inauguration

Memes: A Unifying Force

Leila Bunker, Writer March 5, 2021

Co-vid isn’t the only thing that has gone viral this past year. Memes, often uniting the internet through mainstream media, are pictures and videos that can quickly spread across the internet. From quoting...

Dancing through quarantine

Dancing through quarantine

Zoom dance parties
Bridget Burr, Writer March 5, 2021

As we crest the one-year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic, people around the world are starting to crave that going-out feeling again. Those of us not attending illegal raves have begun to do something a...

AHS theater: Off campus and off script

AHS theater: Off campus and off script

Ellis Pryor February 22, 2021

Being creative is nothing new to Ashland High’s theater department, but COVID-19 has forced them further off script then anyone might have prepared for. In a year of unprecedented cancellations and closures,...

Truth to Power Podcast: Seeing Homeless

Truth to Power Podcast: Seeing Homeless

Isadora Millay, Writer January 20, 2021

Listen here or follow this link: https://anchor.fm/isadora-millay/episodes/Tea--Toast--and-Truth-Seeing-Homeless-eoroq1 Tea, Toast, and Truth: Seeing Homeless Content warning: profanity;...

The Future of Covid Learning in Oregon

The Future of Covid Learning in Oregon

Maible Matrishon, Writer December 10, 2020

On Friday October 30,  Governor Kate Brown released new metrics surrounding in person schooling in Oregon. These new loosened metrics allowed many counties to return to in person learning or hybrid style...

The Portland Protests from a Student's Perspective

The Portland Protests from a Student’s Perspective

Ben Reyes, Writer December 8, 2020

On August 9-10, Ashland High student Peregrine Streeper witnessed firsthand some of the protests that Portland has seen in response to George Floyd’s murder. Floyd was a 46-year-old African American...

“An Absolutely Remarkable Thing” Review

Ava Tobar, Writer December 8, 2020

Hank Green aims to astound and amaze with his debut novel An Absolutely Remarkable Thing. The narrator, April May, is a college grad working long nights at a small graphic design company. April stumbles...

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