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AHS pushes to support struggling students
Aliah John January 22, 2022

The last years of Covid and the uncertainty of the world has brought unprecedented stress on teens during these formative four years of high school. Today, teenagers struggle more than ever with mental...

Finals Survival Guide

Finals Survival Guide

Zoe Beauregard, Writer January 12, 2022

Finals can be a stressful time for high schoolers. While studying and preparing for tests, it can get easy to lose sleep and become stressed out. It is important to remember to take a break and make yourself...

Year in Review

Year in Review

David Johnson, Editor June 17, 2021

My senior year started off in a way I could have never imagined. I remember sitting in my friend’s living room at the end of summer when we received the email bearing the news all of us dreaded:...

Letter From The Editors

Letter From The Editors

the Editor Crew June 17, 2021

Dearest readers and AHS school body,   We’ve had to navigate through a lot of challenging obstacles in order to maintain the digital version of our school’s newspaper, and we’re very proud of...

Our carbon footprint and wildfire prevention

Our carbon footprint and wildfire prevention

Kiana Childs, Writer June 17, 2021

Every day this world is being affected by climate change in a multitude of ways. Even our small, secluded valley has experienced the hardships of climate change firsthand. The wildfire we all experienced...

Lithias Redesign of the Japanese Garden

Lithia’s Redesign of the Japanese Garden

Leila Bunker, Writer May 25, 2021

The Ashland Parks Foundation is working with Toru Tanaka to create a redesigned authentic Japanese Garden in Lithia Park. The garden is closed for a total of up to 24 months while under construction. Jeff...

AHS quad during lunch

Danger lies within 3 ft

An opinion piece
Bridget Burr, Writer April 30, 2021

Your own opinion on an expanded hybrid can be shared through a letter to the editors of Rogue News. The Ashland school district has decided to take after other local districts in reopening full-time....

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...

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,...

Jesse Stonewood in his virtual classroom

Distance Teaching: The other side of distance learning

Aliah John, Writer March 4, 2021

 Most of us can agree that distance learning has been tough to say the least. Over the past year, it has proven hard to stay motivated while not being physically in school. The drastic increase...

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,...

The damaging effects of blue light

The damaging effects of blue light

Marina Schmeling January 29, 2021

How has blue light been affecting students at Ashland High School?  With the new culture of online learning, students all around the globe have been exposed to more and more artificial blue light....

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