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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

Renee Arnhold

What is your favorite English word? Squirrel What is your favorite class here? My favorite class here is French. I really love it because it’s always so funny. How has your adjustment been to living here? My adjustment was awesome after I got over my jet lag. What are the biggest differences between the German and English school systems? I think the biggest differences are that we have a different schedule everyday and that we don’t have any sport activities at our school, but there are so many more differences. What activities are you involved in? I started with track and I love it because of all the great people there and sometimes I also play I-Ball. What are your favorite things to do in Ames? Going to the mall and eating cookies. They are so good there, but most of all, I enjoy hanging out with friends and having fun. What is the hardest part about being away from home so long? I don’t think that it is hard at all because I already had a great time here and it’s still getting better everyday. I’m enjoying these 5 months because I don’t have more time here.

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Jamie Steyer, Editor-in-Chief
Jamie Steyer is one of the terrific trio of Editors-In-Chief. In addition to writing for the WEB, she also writes news stories for the Ames Community School District. Besides writing, Jamie is the Thespian/Drama co-president, plays basketball, and participates in speech club. Jamie will be attending Iowa State University to major in Journalism next fall.
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