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


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


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


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

Guys are the root of all problems. They’re stupid, clingy, and dumb. Even worse, obsessive creepy guys are all over the place. Most of the time, they just can’t take the hint! Dealing with someone...

In this weeks column The Advice Fairy offers advice on one of the most difficult tasks - asking for a raise. Created with Canva.

How Do I Ask for a Raise?

Shelby Yap, Advice Columnist February 6, 2024

Wanting to ask your manager for a raise, but don’t have the guts to? That’s okay. Whether you have the guts or not, here are some tips to approach this burdening conversation: Choose the Right Time Timing...

As second semester rolls around more and more students face burnout when it comes to studying. What is the best way to maintain balance? Created with Canva.

Are You Burnt Out From Studying?

Shelby Yap, Advice Columnist January 30, 2024

Let’s be real. I know how school feels - like a constant burden on our backs. The endless homework, the sleepless nights, and the rage over not feeling good enough. However, poor study habits can lead...

The Web is now introducing our new advice column - The Advice Fairy! Do you have a conflict you cant solve, questions about school, or a moral dilemma? The Advice Fairy can help! Created with Canva.

Are Taking AP Classes Worth It?

Shelby Yap, Advice Columnist January 23, 2024

Oh, Collegeboard. How we love you. You are our will to live but also the bane of our existence. AP classes are an option available to all Ames High Students. While they are designed to challenge students,...

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