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Indigenous People’s Day

Indigenous People’s Day

Uma McGuire and Bella Mannray

November 17, 2016


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...

Relax. Receive. Reset.

Relax. Receive. Reset.

Gemma Coster

November 4, 2016


Filed under Calendar, Featured, Health/Wellness, Local, News, Recent, Resources, School, Student Life, Updates

Teenagers are the most stressed group of people in America when school is in session. Between getting good grades, having a social life, and growing into adulthood, many students have become overwhelmed with the mental strain of doing it all. Noticeably, each person has their own way of dealing with...

Psychology for a High School Freshman

Psychology for a High School Freshman

Savanah Agape, Reporter

March 16, 2016


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...

Valentine’s Day: Love It: Single

Maisie Roberson, Reporter

March 16, 2016


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...

Against the Sparknotes Tide: Confessions of the Rare Book-Reader

Amani Mussell

March 16, 2016


Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Calendar, Featured, School, Showcase, Student Life

Some people read for school, some people read to enlighten their minds, and some people read for fun. Gemma Coster, a sophomore at Ashland High School, is in the last category, an avid reader who is convinced of the positive impact of books. "You should read anything you can get your hands on," was...

Is Donovan Henderson Our Future Mr. Grizz?

Is Donovan Henderson Our Future Mr. Grizz?

Grayland Lunn

April 10, 2013


Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Calendar, Students Speak

Ever since the day he was born, Donovan Henderson has been preparing to participate in the 2013 Mr. Grizz competition. While his early years were spent learning to wash cars and dance, lately he has devoted more and more time towards training for pageantry. According to Henderson, although Mr. Grizz ma...

Seniors: Countdown to Graduation

Seniors: Countdown to Graduation

Isobel Whitcomb

March 14, 2013


Filed under Calendar, Calendar, Feature, Resources, Student Life, Updates

MARCH Explore the colleges you have applied to thoroughly. You may be able to visit the school during spring break. Local scholarship applications are available in the Counseling Office the first week of March. You will receive the SAR (Student Aid Report) from sending in your FAFSA. The information ...

Plan a Holiday Movie Night!

Plan a Holiday Movie Night!

Shay Astor

December 21, 2012


Filed under Calendar, Featured, Home, Opinion, Reviews

Have you turned on the television recently? Almost every classic holiday movie should be on 24/7. The closer Christmas inches towards us, the more holiday spirit people want to experience. The movies are one excellent place to look. There is an extensive list of movies people watch this season, but at...

The Festival of Lights

The Festival of Lights

Clara Honsinger

November 21, 2012


Filed under Calendar, Local

This Friday, the 20th annual Festival of Lights will be hosted in Downtown Ashland to kick off the holiday season. The list of activities includes performances on the plaza, a holiday parade, and the lighting of over a million Christmas lights downtown. Families from across the Rogue Valley will line...

Making an Impact: Global Citizen Corps

Making an Impact: Global Citizen Corps

Clara Honsinger

October 29, 2012


Filed under Calendar, News, Uncategorized

The Global Citizen Corps is a program whose goal is to aid and inspire youth in becoming strong leaders in building strong, productive, and efficient communities throughout the world. As a member, you learn about global poverty, ways to take action on issues across the globe and how to build an international movement towards...

Midnight Metropolis

Midnight Metropolis

Christina Kuykendall

October 5, 2012


Filed under Calendar, News, Student Life

​ It’s a party under the sky at AHS. Midnight Metropolis is the chosen homecoming dance theme for this year. Midnight Metropolis is meant to be a New York City rooftop party. This year the dance will be held at Ashland High School in the commons and the lower quad. ​When this information was released,...

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