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Winter Tidings

Winter Tidings

Corinne Sailor, Comic Artist

December 16, 2019

Teachers, Here’s Your Semester Report Card

Teachers, Here’s Your Semester Report Card

Logan Adams-Bacon

December 16, 2019

Generally speaking, all students have wanted to rate their teacher - No matter if it is a good or bad rating, we have all wanted to give our opinions at some point. But where are we allowed to do that? Right now, there really is no place that students are allowed to give opinions to their teachers. ...

Is the Terminator Series Even Good Anymore?

Is the Terminator Series Even Good Anymore?

Logan Adams-Bacon

December 16, 2019

I think it is safe to say that basically everyone alive knows the Terminator series. If you don't, please feel free to leave this article and go read something else. For those of you that stayed, the Terminator series was a ground-breaking movie series that shaped the action and sci-fi genres. The...

Music Man Avery Suza

Music Man Avery Suza

Akshata Gandhe

December 16, 2019

As high school students, we spend hours procrastinating. One thing we all struggle with is time management, with all the schoolwork, extracurriculars and the pressure of having a social life makes it even harder to balance out life. But for sophomore Avery Suza that’s not the case. For Avery, high sc...

The Bloody Truth

The Bloody Truth

Dani Adams-Valenzuela, Guest Writer

December 16, 2019

Imagine this: you’re sitting in study hall, when suddenly your friend whispers to you - “Do you have a tampon?” You say yes and discreetly, secretly, slide it to her. She walks to the bathroom with it up her sleeve to make sure nobody sees. This is a scenario that every girl in our high sch...

Divided Viewpoint: Administration Relations

Divided Viewpoint: Administration Relations

Seth Bequette

December 16, 2019

They’re faces that go by in the halls, the lunchroom, who you pass by in the mornings with a short but courteous hello while hurrying inside. They are not seen in the classroom, but by title are meant to be the face of the high school faculty: the administration. And most recently, they’ve b...

The Struggles of School Lunch

The Struggles of School Lunch

Tamaiah Crawford, Reporter

December 16, 2019

Lunch. School lunches, to be more specific, is where students come in after class, eat, chat, and probably finish to leave the cafeteria. They go to their next class and continue on with their day. Ames High School lunches are no different from any of the thousands of public school lunches, though they’...

Cafes in Ames: Study Review

Cafes in Ames: Study Review

Akshata Gandhe, Zoe Mamakos, and Seth Bequette

December 16, 2019

Lockwood Cafe Located right outside of a neighborhood on the west side of Ames, the Lockwood Cafe is filled with great amounts of light and cool unique features. For only opening an indoor location recently, it’s a new and upcoming place to get some studying done. With free, easily accessible wifi a...

Radiant Rowan Daniels

Radiant Rowan Daniels

December 15, 2019

Keyboard keys racing as a harmonious sound escapes from a choir practice room. The familiar, recognizable sound of the Amélie theme song brightens the bleak fluorescent lighting in the small brick room. And as laughter and repetition of well loved music fills the echoing hallway, it’s time for audit...

Waiting on the World to Change

Waiting on the World to Change

Zoe Mamakos, Co-editor

December 13, 2019

The catchy rhythm starts with the soothing sound of a well-known radio song: John Mayer’s angelic voice comes in counting, 1-2-3-4. The song is filled with relevant details to 2006, the year it came out. However, if you really listen, you can notice the details that remain relevant now. As Americans,...