Advanced Placement in Stress

    A majority of students at American High average between three and four AP classes during their junior year, undergoing challenging curriculum in each of their college-level classrooms. Although meant to be an opportunity to enrich themselves in their subject, more and more students stack up on these classes to give themselves an edge in college […]

Lip Dub Unites Eagles

On Friday, March 17, 2017, AHS students united on the last morning of Spring Fest with their classes, teammates, clubs, and fellow Eagles to create the second annual Lip Dub.

    Spirited students sporting red, white, and blue packed the halls and rotunda, forming clusters based on clubs, sports teams, and class while the cameraman worked his way through each area to film the excitement.

The Innovation Competition: Which Smartphone is Superior?

 Six months following the release of Samsung Galaxy S7 in March, the iPhone 7 opened for consumer purchase. Although met with mixed responses, the device generated plenty of talk in the media—until Google released the Pixel, the cutting-edge replacement for its previous Nexus line. The three remain the most popular devices thus far.

Your Data Might Be In Danger

On December 14, 2016, Yahoo announced that 500 million email accounts were hacked in August 2013, making it the largest breach in history. Additionally, the 2016 election shed light on the possibility of foreign hackers manipulating the election votes to add up in President-elect Donald Trump’s favor. Issues like these bring up the question: how safe are we from hackers and security risks and what can we do to prevent this?

DNCE Spells Out Disappointment

You hear their feel-good lyrics all the time on the radio, so it is pretty surprising to think that DNCE released their debut single “Cake by the Ocean” just last year. Following their EP “Swaay,” which was also backed with the popular “Pay My Rent” and “Toothbrush,” the clearly successful band finally released their first complete, self-titled album on November 18, 2016

Passengers is a Voyage Best Missed

Two “passengers” find love in a disappointing and ordinary story Allan Sainz Staff Writer     Morten Tyldum’s “Passengers” was released on December 21, 2016. The film tries to pull together the allure of science fiction and a love story as beautiful as the Titanic. In what would seem to be an interesting story of love, selfishness, […]