The adverse effects of the hijab ban in Karnataka, India Japneet Kaur Staff Writer The Indian state of Karnataka has been under wide global attention after a viral video of a 19-year-old Muslim girl shouting “Allah hu Akbar” at a large mob of men went viral. Muskan Khan has since appeared in various interviews explaining […]
Nearly 6 months ago, an incident occurred which left a classroom without a teacher. 6 months later, the students describe what happened. Emyr Ortiz, Nami Nair, Darcy Chew, Shreya Daschoudhary, Mata Elangovan Staff Writers Every so often, a familiar headline pops up in the news: “Teacher Fired After Racist Incident in US High School.” Many […]
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 […]
He had everything: a supportive family, a group of lifelong friends, a sport that he loved, and a country which he called home. It was the best time of his life—all taken from him in a heartbeat.
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.
Whether it’s an iPhone, laptop, or a tablet, every teenager has some sort of device plugged into the outlet next to their bed. In Vyoma Raman’s (10) case, it’s a wheelchair.
Review on Ice Cube Creamery Allan Sainz Staff Writer Ice Cube Creamery is the new addition to snack shops on Mission Boulevard. The ice cream shop provides a different and unique way to serve ice cream. Ice Cube Creamery definitely rivals other shops in Fremont like Cream, Sno-Crave, Cold Stone and Milkcow cafe. The […]
Senior Kenneth Cacacho shares the story behind his ever-growing culinary enterprise Karen Supandi Staff Writer The greatest problem you had at five years old was probably finding the right crayon to use in your coloring book. For senior Kenneth Cacacho, however, it was how to reach the countertop to help his Aunt Hilda stir baking […]
Special needs students from around the bay showcase their skills in competitive games Shawn Rocha Staff Writer On November 10, 2016, American hosted its annual Special Olympics. The event provided special needs students from around the Bay Area with the opportunity to socialize and play in a friendly, yet competitive game of soccer. “Our students […]
New club at AHS unites students through their different interests Jaclyn Ferreira Staff Writer Every year, new clubs are added to American that spark interest of students. Many clubs accommodate things such as school subjects, ethnicity, and community. Fandom club is one of the new clubs at American that is unique from all the other […]