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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....

Speculation of racially motivated shooting prompts questions of racial equity in Ashland 

Speculation of racially motivated shooting prompts questions of racial equity in Ashland 

Here's what students can do

Aidan Ellison, a black teenager, was tragically killed on November 23, 2020 in Ashland Oregon. Ellison and his shooter, Robert Keegan, were both residing in the Stratford Inn following the Almeda Fire....

Creative Writing Class

Creative Writing Class

Ava Tobar, Writer January 26, 2021

The possible class list at Ashland High School has many choices for almost any subject. Woodshop classes, three different foreign languages, child psychology and an entire web of art classes. Last year...

Grizzly OnLine Academy

Grizzly OnLine Academy

A Blended Learning Program
Leila Bunker, Writer January 22, 2021

Ashland High School and other local schools in Ashland have been designing a new platform that accommodates students who struggle in a traditional learning environment and can’t maintain a full schedule...

Small but Mighty

Small but Mighty

Local businesses power through the pandemic
Aliah John January 4, 2021

No more than 9 months ago, any person driving through the city of Ashland would notice the bustling, friendly, small town that we know and love. You could almost always count on seeing someone feeding...

Shop Small and Give Big This Season

Shop Small and Give Big This Season

Leila Bunker, Writer December 15, 2020

The most wonderful time of the year is approaching: Christmas. A time for making gingerbread houses, decorating our Christmas trees, giving gifts with love, watching classic holiday movies, and most importantly...

The New 2020-21 School Calendar

The New 2020-21 School Calendar

Aliah John and Maible Matrishon December 14, 2020

Due to the Almeda Fire the Ashland School District was forced to begin classes two weeks later than usual. This extended the school year further into June and has resulted in many important events...

Stay-at-Home Science Labs

Stay-at-Home Science Labs

Gahl Falkner December 14, 2020

Distance Learning has made hands-on learning especially difficult, however this has not stopped the science department. With a wonderful stroke of brilliance, the science department designed the idea...

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...

Empty Fields in the Time of Covid

Empty Fields in the Time of Covid

David Johnson, Editor November 19, 2020
All fall sports, including football, soccer, and cross country had their seasons temporarily suspended until further notice.
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