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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...

Max West of Lake

Max West of Lake

Lucas Bleyle, Diversion Editor

March 11, 2016


Filed under Audio, Profiles

Flat on his stomach high over the rows of auditorium seats Maxwell Westlake fiddles with an instrument, adjusting shutters and pointing it. “Sloths have been known to mistake their own arms and try to grab them and then fall to their deaths,” said Max, discussing his spirit animal. “I think...

Athena Song

Sonja Paulson, Reporter

March 11, 2016


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Who is on two hockey teams, taking two ap classes, advanced in math, in track, has a boyfriend, and has managed to not go crazy? That’s right, it’s Athena Song. When asking Athena about how she handles her crazy schedule, she stressed that time management is key. “If you don’t manage you...

Rodney Washington

Sam Stuve, Reporter

March 10, 2016


Filed under Archives, Profiles, Uncategorized

Rodney Washington By: Sam Stuve There aren’t very many freshmen that make the varsity wrestling team, however, Rodney Washington is one of the very few freshmen who did. “Being a freshmen on the varsity wrestling team is a big deal and it means a lot to me,” Washington commented. ...

Tyler and his tater tots

Tyler and his tater tots

Sabrina Lang, Reporter

March 7, 2016


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Freshman Tyler Nord is a man of many talents. Jumping from track to football to speech, he’s always up to something. His first extracurricular activity of the year was football. “I didn’t think I’d like football very much, but it was fun hitting people” says Tyler. The next activity he took...

Mr. Woolery’s Mini Me

Megan Hofer, Reporter

March 1, 2016


Filed under Archives, Profiles, Showcase

  Freshman Dana Woolery is the son of Mr. Woolery. Most of us know Dana’s father for his weird quirky talks and his bright attitude on life, but his son is also pretty great. As the son of Mr. Woolery, there is no doubt that Dana would be involved in drama. His most recent part was a characte...

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