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Education is a privilege

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter March 19, 2016

  With the weather getting warmer and the classrooms getting duller, it’s hard to forget the reasons we’re here in school. We wake up with mighty groans, and and push ourselves through it,...

Iowa Youth Caucus

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter March 2, 2016

One of the most talked about things this time of year is politics, and most of the time the topic of too much talk about politics. Although it may be quite annoying to admit, but it needs to be talked...

Making a Muderer

Making a Muderer

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter March 2, 2016

  Over break the typical happenings of us teenagers isn’t studying for finals, nor is it getting prepared for the new semester, but it’s a time of binge watching every and all t.v. shows you...

Coffee House

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter March 2, 2016

Coffee house is coming up February 12th and without it students wouldn’t be able to make it through this awkward time period between winter break and spring break. Coffee house was originally in the...

T.L.O.P. or F.L.O.P. ?

T.L.O.P. or F.L.O.P. ?

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter March 2, 2016

  By now you’ve probably read more about him than you have about any curriculum available at Ames High. With his crazy outbursts, twitter feuds, and god complex, I’m sure you could guess who...

Iowa youth caucus

Iowa youth caucus

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter December 18, 2015

One of the most talked about things this time of year is politics, and most of the time the topic of too much talk about politics. Although it may be quite annoying to admit, but it needs to be talked...

Our Marvelous Math Department

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Reporter November 13, 2015

One of the things that is always talked about and nothing less than praised about Ames High, is our amazing English department. With its passionate teachers, and die-hard Harry Potter lovers, it creates...

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Rights For Refugees

Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Staff Reporter October 8, 2015

America is a country built on the backs of immigrants and refugees, however, as time goes on we become more and more opposed to the idea of immigration and refugees settling in our country. With the presidential...

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