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Isak “Winner” Anderson

Isak “Winner” Anderson

Lisa Cochran, Co-Editor In Chief

October 11, 2016


Filed under Archives, Profiles

Within the affairs and happenings of Ames High, with immense modesty and scintillating wit, Isak Werner Anderson is there, striving to make an influence on the world. As a junior co-leader of SHEPH (Students helping eliminate poverty and hunger) he is progressing in his goal of bettering society. His ...

Mr. Reichert is at the highschool

Mr. Reichert is at the highschool

Lucas Bleyle, Print Manager

October 9, 2016


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Alive with energy Collin Reichert strides through his room calling on students and leading a discussion on the role of a school with his diverse group of plus period attendees. His presence fills the room not only by his large size, but also with his enthusiasm. Not two weeks in and Mr. Reichert has b...

Neta is Corny

Neta is Corny

Lucas Bleyle, Print Manager

October 8, 2016


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Corn. That was likely the first thing Neta saw upon moving to Iowa. It would have certainly been a contrast with the warm sunny beaches of California and the Mediterranean coasts of Israel that Neta in the past has called home. From the on the map locations of Jerusalem and San Diego to the landlocked...

Claudia from Germany

Claudia from Germany

Queen Victoria, Reporter

September 26, 2016


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Claudia Franke’s cultural make-up is a mixing bowl of ethnicities, she is a half german - half spanish girl born in England, but raised in Germany saying “My father is from Germany but my mother is Spanish but I am more german because I have lived in Germany my entire life.” Franke also has a twel...

Adelina in Israel

Adelina in Israel

Selaam Dollisso, Online Managing Editor

September 22, 2016


Filed under Archives, Profiles, Showcase

For many of us, change can be scary. Every day we take the same route to and from our classes and see the same familiar faces. Have you ever stopped to wonder what it would be like to throw away the comfort of your routine and start anew? Spending the entirety of her sophomore year in Israel, Adelina...

Q&A with Lorelle Kraus

Q&A with Lorelle Kraus

Bella Andersen, Reporter

April 13, 2016


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I’m dying to know where you get your clothes, you always look so put together -Outfit by Target and American Eagle clearance rack. What’s the hardest thing about high school for you? -Summoning the strength to get out of bed everyday. Everything else is fairly straightforward. ...

The Memorable Julie-Michelle Manohar

The Memorable Julie-Michelle Manohar

McKenzie Reimer, Academics & Arts Editor

April 5, 2016


Filed under Archives, Profiles, Showcase

It’s no secret that Ames High is home to an abundance of talent. Every corner you turn is filled to the brim with singers, dancers, athletes, actors, artists, and writers. One extraordinary example of that is freshman Julie-Michelle Manohar. You may recognize Julie-Michelle from the recent AHS musical,...

Au Revoir Ali

Sahar Sebghati, Reviews Editor

April 1, 2016


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As a face of Ames High’s impressive theatre department, senior thespian Ali Sandler is now preparing to depart from stage she’s grown to love. Her work in theatre dates all the way back to second grade, with Story Theatre Company. A theatre company that provides acting opportunities for chil...

A Multitude of Madi’s

A Multitude of Madi’s

Madi Franco

March 31, 2016


Filed under Academics and Arts, Campus Life, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Profiles

My name is my identity. It’s the name that I write on every paper, the name that drives social connections, and the name that I’m stuck with for the rest of my life. I’m my own person. I have my own quirky character traits, my own dreams and aspirations, and my own personality. I am Madi, a uniq...

H Woody

H Woody

Bella Andersen, Reporter

March 23, 2016


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Often seen driving around Ames for hours on end singing throwback music and posting the evidence on his snap story, Harrison Woodworth is unforgettable. A tornado siren full of jokes, people keep dumping sauces on his car. This action-packed ball of enthusiasm told me about one of the greatest day...

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