Fires, Shootings, Election Turmoil, and More Headlines From November

By LeAnn Liu (Online Editor) National Relentless Suffering in California The past couple of weeks have been extremely difficult for California. The air is thick with smoke from fires, which are ravaging in both northern and southern California. In Northern California, the Camp Fire has claimed the lives of at least 66 people, many of […]

Breakdancing at the Olympics, Stock Market Corrections, Natural Disasters Destroy Thousands of Lives, and Other Stories From This Week

The biggest stories from this week LeAnn Liu Online Editor AP Photo/ Gerald Herbert  National Category 4 Hurricane Devastates Florida On Wednesday afternoon, Florida experienced the worst storm in more than 100 years as Hurricane Michael blew in with speeds of 150 mph. Survivors still live in danger of landslides and flash floods. Unfortunately for […]

Lights Off, Study On: AHS Students’ Experiences With Education in Other Countries

Since the age of five, almost every American High student could be found sitting in an American public school classroom Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 3:00pm, with the exception of a select few. From Central Asia to the coasts of Central America, students from every corner of world have emigrated to America. in hope for a better future. They have happily sacrificed their homes, culture, and previous lives in hope for a change in the education system.