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Inspiration From Literature I

Sequoia Snogren-McGinnis

January 24, 2019

Inspiration:  “He lay very high, on the back of the world.  The earth thrilled beneath him.  Red flowers grew through his flesh;  their stiff leaves rustled by his head.”  - Mrs. Dalloway, Virginia Woolf. 1925 (p. 103)    Response:  This is a man of the earth, a man who  Cannot separate himself from ...

Groovy Grace’s Guidance

January 24, 2019

To the Grooviest of Graces,  I have a caffeine addiction. I am a struggling senior here at beautiful Ashland High School, and I have found that to stay awake during Career and College Readiness I must consume multiple caffeinated drinks (preferably Yerb), but I tend to become anxious and shaky, a...

Inside AHS

Bailey Mustard, Lexie Taylor, and Ayla Foust

January 24, 2019

Roll Call! The attendance crackdown By Bailey Mustard Ashland High School is cracking down on attendance and is fully enforcing the existing attendance policy. The district has decided that there will now only be only six valid excuses for missing class: illness, health care appointments, a death...

Black Student Union

Lara Rivera

January 24, 2019

The Black Student Union (BSU) meets every Friday in Tech-1 where their goal is to provide a safe space to hold discussions. This year, juniors Siena Wand and Ngis Thiaw are the co-presidents. For Wand and Thiaw, BSU is about holding the “uncomfortable conversations” that are generally avoided on a ...

We Didn’t Sign Up for This

Zoe Fenstermacher, Skyye D'Allyn, and Bella Sallee

January 24, 2019

A Graphic Film During Amanda McGrew’s first year teaching at another school, a video about the Vietnam War was recommended to her by a fellow teacher for her students to watch. McGrew stated that she had not watched the film all the way though, and regrettably missed an extremely graphic section ...

There Ought to Be a Law That…

Amber Eaton

January 24, 2019

Bella Mannray, a senior at Ashland High School, has been interning for Oregon representative Pam Marsh, and she has an interesting take on her senior project. In her time with Marsh, Mannray was awakened to the fact that Califor­nia annually holds a contest among high school students called “there ought to b...

Ashland Alumni for Congress

Ava Hearn

January 24, 2019

Just 33 years ago, AHS student, Jamie McLeod- Skinner, roamed the very same hallways that you do today. Now, she is campaigning throughout Southern and Eastern Oregon with the hope of serv­ing in the House of Representatives in Washington DC. While in High School, McLeod-Skinner excelled as a st...

A Taste of Fall with Grace

Grace Schroder

January 17, 2019

It is officially fall my friends, and I could not be more delighted. It is the season of pumpkin pie, apple cider, fireplaces, fuzzy socks, jumping into mounds of leaves and cozy Saturday afternoons baking. Now, before we get started, it is imperative you know I am terrible in the kitchen. I say ...

Jared and Jude’s Food Reviews

Jared Stamper and Jude Williams

January 17, 2019

For Freshfolk and Seniors alike, lunch has the potential to be the best part of the school day, depending on where you go. A bad lunch experience will ruin your day, but a good lunch will make it at least passable. As two seniors who have been venturing out to lunch regularly for 3 or so years no...

What Goes into Making a Play?

Allie Poole

January 17, 2019

A question the Ashland High School student body has most likely repetitively pondered: how do the productions in the Mountain Avenue Theater take to the stage? One may wonder, how does a show-tune-chanting bunch goes through the two month process of cutting off most of their social lives to put on a...

Title IX

January 17, 2019

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