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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

An AP Biology students notes lie on a table along with a computer showing an AP classroom concept video. For years, students say they have struggled to learn content in Ames High Advanced Placement science classes due to a lack of appropriate teaching. Often this means that students resort to teaching themselves content.
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Ames High AP Science Classes Struggle to Teach Students Content Appropriately
Chantal de Macedo Eulenstein, Editor-in-Chief • May 30, 2024

Last year, senior Ritika Tappeta walked into her AP Biology class excited for the year ahead. Instead, she was severely disappointed. By the...

Senior Akshay Sarda raises his hand to answer a journal prompt provided by the RULER curriculum. RULER aims to provide students with the tools needed to regulate their emotions beyond high school.
New Social and Emotional Learning Curriculum Seeks to Create More Positive School Environment
Chantal de Macedo Eulenstein, Claire Wang, Elio Viatori, Sarah Yao, and Subaita Alam Nooha April 24, 2024

At the beginning of the school year, Ames High School joined more than 1,500 schools nationwide who have implemented RULER, an approach to social...

Conchas, a Mexican sweet bread topped with colored sugar, sit in a display case in the center of Rinconcito Hispanos grocery section. They are one of the many hispanic specialty items sold at the store.
Pupusas and Community: Rinconcito Hispano
Chantal de Macedo Eulenstein and Ethel Navarro April 12, 2024

Editor’s Note: The quotes featured within this article have been translated from Spanish to English and edited for clarity. It’s close...

Jabari Hinson (middle) stands with his teammates before a tournament—photo by Adam Atkinson.
Grappling Greatness: Jabari Hinson
Brody Lang, Sports and Activities Editor • April 5, 2024
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Jon Harts Party School seeks to challenge the elitism surrounding college admissions. While entertaining, it falls short of thorough criticism. Cover art by Siori Kitajima.
“Safety School” or Blessing in Disguise? Rating: 6.8/10
Elio Viatori, WEB Reporter • June 3, 2024
Photos by Hector Vivas, Scott Garfitt, The Brown Daily Herald, and Gustavo Dudamel.
What We're Listening to: May 2024
Brody Lang, Sports and Activities Editor • May 20, 2024
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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Seniors pose for a group photo on their first day of senior year in school facilities. Photo  by Building Minds School.
Exploring Excellence: Inside Building Minds School, an English Education System outside the U.S.
Ethel Navarro, Features editor
Inflation - In a Nutshell
Inflation - In a Nutshell
David Lee, Multimedia Manager
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