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Why Study Philosophy

Why Study Philosophy

Ezra Shirtcliff, Editor

April 18, 2019


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How was the world created? Is there any will or meaning behind what happens? Is there a life after death? How should we live? People have been asking these questions throughout the ages. We can’t name a culture which has not concerned itself with what humanity is and where their home came from. ...

Lauren Gilligan

Lauren Gilligan

March 8, 2019


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Corinne Sailor

Corinne Sailor

March 8, 2019


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“It smells like broke in here!”

“It smells like broke in here!”

Logan Adams-Bacon, Reporter

February 13, 2019


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As we all know, if you don't have AirPods, you're broke. It's just a fact, don't question it. But what if I told you that AirPod owners were the broke ones? There is a new king among the headphone kind. The Louis Vuitton AirPods have taken the supreme role of first class. So the news is out, if you...

How do Ames High Students celebrate holidays?

Oliver Chen, Co-Editor in Chief

December 15, 2018


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“We go to night mass at a Catholic church, and y’know, gift giving, that whole sh’bang.” - Andrew Sailer   “When we’re in Ames, we celebrate it kind of normally, just standard setting up the tree, lights etc...but when we go to Colombia, we join our family and engage in other...

The Electoral Threat

The Electoral Threat

Ezra Shirtcliff

December 15, 2018


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Centuries ago, the first president of the United States, George Washington, gave a warning to political parties in his farewell address. ““However political parties may now and then answer popular ends, they are likely in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambi...

Nasneen the Queen

Nasneen the Queen

Logan Adams-Bacon, Reporter

December 14, 2018


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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...

Pro-Meat eating

Pro-Meat eating

Logan Adams-Bacon, Reporter

November 1, 2018


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I love meat, and the chances are, if you are reading this you eat meat. People have been eating meat for thousands upon thousands of years on Earth, and no one thinks that it will stop any time soon. So why do we humans eat meat? Is it because it gives us iron and vitamin B? Or is it just because it tas...

Your 2018 Guide to Ames High Clubs

Liam Struck and Seth Bequette

November 1, 2018


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Interested in joining a new club, making new friends or just finding a place to hangout after school then look no further here’s your 2018 guide to Ames High Clubs. Name of Club: What it’s all about Advisor(s): Key Club Service organization dedicated to volunteering around Ames, sponsored by the Kiwanis Town and Country Club; Key s...

Zoe Mamakos

Zoe Mamakos

October 31, 2018


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This is Zoe's first year on the Ames High web. While not staring at her phone for countless hours, she spends her time not reading books and attempting (but inevitably failing) to do homework. She feels that the web will be good for her because she's very passionate and gets yelled at in almost every...

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