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Sibling Student Features

December 7, 2018


Filed under Feature, November 2018 Edition, Print, Uncategorized

From nursery rhymes to Shakespearean plays, the “rule of three” (in latin- “omne trium perfectum”) has always suggested that things that come in threes are of inherently marvelous quality. This rule makes no exception for siblings, as illustrated by the Mesco and Westrick families.

Jared and Jude: Autumnal Dudes

Jared Stamper and Jude Williams

December 7, 2018


Filed under Editions, November 2018 Edition, Student Life

Fall—the season of kings. Who doesn’t love the leaves changing colors, warm blankets, nighttime seeming to start at 3pm and a constant dampness. It truly is a magical season of intrigue and wonder. That is why we at the Jared and Jude headquarters, residing in room 202, are providing you with an...

Will the Real Thanksgiving Please Stand Up?

Novia Wetzel

December 7, 2018


Filed under Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

Thanksgiving — A cheerful holiday where family members all crowd around the dinner table and try not to kill each other over political drama while stuffing themselves silly with turkey meat. Thanksgiving wasn’t always like this. The holiday has a long history of rather iffy origins. Many historians...

Alternate View on Thanksgiving

Ayla Foust

December 5, 2018


Filed under Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

As Thanksgiving approaches, America is preparing with turkeys, trips and traditions. However there is more to the Thanksgiving story that is often overlooked. Some schools have been known to teach students the tall-tale version of the Thanksgiving story. With an inaccurate story presented in some...

Never Too Early to Deck the Halls

Grace Johnson

December 5, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

Bear with me here, but autumn means nothing to me. Is that a little harsh? Maybe… but in my eyes, it is simply the last season before it’s considered “appropriate” to bump Mele Kalikimaka and bake something that’s not overly-sweet-pumpkin flavor. Imagine yourself all snuggled up in bed, warm...

Wreck the Halls!

Bridget Burr

December 5, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

Picture this: you hop into your car and turn on the radio. “Next, all your favorite Christmas classics.” The cheerful tune of Jingle Bells starts playing. What the heck? It’s the day after Halloween, and they’re already playing Christmas music! We already know that the holidays are coming...

Thanksgiving Anthem

Alex Brehmer

December 5, 2018


Filed under Arts, Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

It is in this hour of holiday spirit that I give to you this song of thankfulness. May it help you through the long family gatherings and the food comas.

Thanksgiving: An Outsider’s Perspective

Skyye D'Allyn and Payden Swofford

December 3, 2018


Filed under Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

Thanksgiving is an integral part of American culture, having been celebrated for as long as all of us have been alive. Not very many of us have really thought about what this celebration looks like to people who don’t know much about it, or who haven’t celebrated it before. Esha Fae is a junior...

Fatal Friday

Lily Valenta

December 3, 2018


Filed under Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

Since 1924, the crowd-filled streets and larger-than-life floats of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has marked the beginning of Black Friday. and the Friday following Thanksgiving has become the kickoff of the Holiday shopping season. Retailers lower prices, enticing a mass of shoppers who ar...

Black Friday Blues

Skyye D'Allyn

December 3, 2018


Filed under Calendar, November 2018 Edition, Print

Black Friday is an American tradition that’s happened since 1924. Millions of Americans load into their cars, and drive to the nearest Walmart or scour the internet for the best deals they can find. According to The Guardian, 82,000 delivery trucks filled to the brim with cardboard boxes hit the road...

Asking for Help: Antidepressants

Sequoia Snogren-McGinnis

December 3, 2018


Filed under Health/Wellness, November 2018 Edition, Print

Behind AHS’s pretty red and white colors lies a student body suffering from an often-hidden problem: depression. Many have hesitations around antidepressants. Reasons for reluctance can be the monetary cost or the idea that the antidepressant could become a “crutch,” create “fake happiness,”...

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