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The student newspaper of, by, and for Ames High School.

The WEB

The student newspaper of, by, and for Ames High School.

The WEB

Min Williamson stands with an LGBTQ+ flag draped across her shoulders. SF-496 has mandated that teachers must report student requests to go by different pronouns than those listed in school records. The legislation poses new challenges for trans youth. Created with Canva.
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Iowa "Name Law" Bill Poses New Challenges for Trans Youth
Chantal de Macedo Eulenstein, Editor-in-Chief • January 26, 2024

On the first day of school, U.S Government and European History teacher Kirstin Sullivan began attendance with a warning; if students wanted...

Voters cast their ballots at caucus location Ames 01 at the Memorial Union on Monday January 15.
In Ames Caucus Voters Hesitate on Trump, Look to More Moderate Candidates
Chantal de Macedo Eulenstein, Claire Wang, Elio Viatori, and Sarah Yao January 23, 2024

In frigid temperatures on Monday, January 15, Iowans showed up to local caucus centers, paving the way for a decisive Trump victory. The turnout,...

Herrera awaiting his Quarter Final matchup at the Super 32 Wrestling Tournament on October 22, 2023, in Greensboro, North Carolina. Photo by Allyson Schwab
Ames High Transfer Denied Athletic Eligibility
Brody Lang, Sports and Activities Editor • January 3, 2024

Last summer, two-time California state wrestling champion Daniel “Peanut” Herrera elected to forgo his Senior year at Palm Desert High School...

Jack Wynter shoots a free throw against Marshalltown. Photo by Mary Greenfield.
Little Cyclones Dismantle Bobcats to Cap Off Action-Packed Senior Night
Brody Lang, Sports and Activities Editor • February 14, 2024
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As of Feb 26 2024, 1.9 million Palestinians have been displaced since the Israeli siege of Gaza. Photo by Mohammed Ibrahim on Unsplash.
Israel is Committing Genocide in Gaza
Sam Galindo, WEB Editor • February 28, 2024
Print has diminished in value as the world has moved online, yet they remain a valuable resource for engagement in a high school setting. Created with Canva.
For High School Newspapers, Print is the Answer
Chantal de Macedo Eulenstein, Editor-in-Chief • January 23, 2024
Dana Logan goes back to her high school years and tells us the story behind her skills. Photo by Kim Mohler.
From being an Ames High Cheerleader, to an Ames High Cheer Coach.
Ethel Navarro, Features editor • February 9, 2024
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In honor of Valentines Day, The Advice Fairy decides to write about one of the lesser-known evils of romance - creepy guys. Created with Canva.
What Do I Do About a Creepy Guy Who Stalks My Friends?
Shelby Yap, Advice Columnist • February 13, 2024
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Inflation - In a Nutshell
David Lee, Multimedia Manager
Camera: How To
Camera: How To
Humza Maqsood, Director of Multimedia
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