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Nasneen the Queen

Nasneen the Queen

Logan Adams-Bacon, Reporter

December 14, 2018


Filed under Archives, Profiles, Showcase, Top Story, Uncategorized

Nasneen Abdalim is a sophomore girl at our high school, and past what we all know about her, she has many things that we don't know that differentiate her from almost everyone else. For one, Nasneen has 11 siblings. Of the 11, 5 are boys and 6 are girls. Growing up with this many people living under o...

Lazy Language

Seth Bequette, Reporter

December 14, 2018


Filed under Archives, Opinion

     “What, are you triggered?” Cue flashbacks to freshman year when the only word in anyone’s repertoire was triggered, spit out at classmates anytime they displayed the slightest infraction of annoyance or irritation. The phrase might have replaced ‘and like’ as the most overused and a...

WEB Editorial: Facing the climate threat head on

WEB Staff

December 14, 2018


Filed under Archives, Opinion, Showcase, Top Story

At the beginning of the month six hundred and thirteen Ames High students signed a petition asking for the school district and Ames community to take climate action. As a WEB staff we wanted to add our voices to this overwhelming call for action. The reality and scope of the climate change has been b...

Michael Neppl

Michael Neppl

Oliver Chen, Co-Editor in Chief

December 14, 2018


Filed under Archives, Profiles

  An 80s-style synthesizer arpeggio fades in and out as the track opens, repeating itself through a series of haunting arpeggios. The music crescendos as layers of punchy harmonic accompaniment emerge beneath it, swelling with each new level of complexity. The music continues until the track...

A comprehensive college guide

A comprehensive college guide

Lucas Bleyle, Co-Editor in Chief

December 14, 2018


Filed under Academics and Arts, Archives, Showcase

It's a rainy day. The sky is gray like the cobblestones of the road and the pale bricks of the buildings. In the distance, the towers of Healy Hall split the sky. Anu Lamsal pauses in front of the statue of Bishop John Carroll for a picture. Her college tour of Georgetown University begins a few minutes ...

Deam the Queen

Akshata Gandhe, Reporter

November 29, 2018


Filed under Academics and Arts, Archives, Profiles, Showcase

Ever heard of superwoman? Not too difficult when we have one at Ames High. You might see her in the language hallway saying, Hallo, Bonjour, or Hola. She is the only teacher at Ames High that has taught all three languages offered. Did you know that Mrs. Deam never intended to become a high sch...

Frankly Frankl

Frankly Frankl

Liam Struck, Reporter

November 26, 2018


Filed under Archives, Profiles

17 year old Senior Christian Robert Frankl is an outgoing, competitive but friendly run of the mill dream boy. Christian is involved in Choir, Soccer, Iball, Saxophone, Piano and is also an Ames High drum major. But who made Christian into the man he is today? Christian cites his Dad as his role model...

Driving is Overrated.

Driving is Overrated.

Seth Bequette, Reporter

November 20, 2018


Filed under Archives, Opinion

Driving - a sixteen-year-old’s long-awaited ticket to freedom from bumming rides and begging for a lift, it’s now time to chauffeur friends around with the car speakers edging death while the music plays. Teenagers receiving their license is an iconic point of many television shows and movies, long-awaited...

New English options for seniors

Lucas Bleyle, Co-Editor in Chief

November 20, 2018


Filed under Academics and Arts, Archives, Showcase

“At the beginning of the year we had a meeting with the English Department, and it was at that time it was shared that we could bring electives back,” Principal Spence Evans said. New district Superintendent Jenny Risner and new director of curriculum and instruction Amy Lanegave the green light t...

Complaints about Jostens ‘picking up steam’

Complaints about Jostens ‘picking up steam’

Lucas Bleyle, Co-Editor in Chief

November 20, 2018


Filed under Academics and Arts, Archives, Showcase

Senior Sara Joerger is no stranger to high school graduations. As the youngest of five siblings she has seen many graduations come and go. She is also no stranger to the process of buying caps and gowns from Jostens, the company Ames High partners with for graduation. “I am the youngest of five so...

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