City Council and the Black Lives Matter Movement

What the June 9th council meeting means for defunding the police Rebecca Beddingfield (she/her) Editor-in-Chief If you’ve ever watched the popular TV show Parks & Recreation, you might have an image of city council meetings that includes dramatic citizens and twisted motives of those in power. While this might not be accurate, the city council […]

COMMENTARY: A Black Lives Matter Protest in Fremont CA?

A point of reference on what these protests look like in our city Rebecca Beddingfield Editor-in-Chief The news is a scary place. I’ve seen everything from protesters praying with police to protesters being tear gassed, shot at, and arrested by police. Instagram stories that walk you through safe protests including how to neutralize tear gas […]

The Game of Life: High School Edition

★★★★☆ 4 out of 5 stars. It wasn’t perfect, but I had fun. Michelle Lee Editor-in-Chief      Rude awakening: high school is not like the movies. Surprise.       I’m not sure what I was expecting when I was entering my freshman year, but it was something along the lines of pristine halls, tall lockers, a giant cafeteria, […]

Confined At Home With The Parentals

How different students at AHS are quaranting with their parents Michelle Fong Broadcast Editor       There is sufficient data to prove that teenagers today have impressively moody attitudes due to hormonal shifts in their brains. This usually results in over-sensitivity, which is conceived as grumpiness or rudeness but is that always the case? Here is a […]


AHS students stay united through virtual activities  Aarya Vaidya Staff Writer As students continue to wrap up the school year through online learning, school spirit is not lost. Students from the AHS leadership team have continued to work together to make sure that school events and activities continue virtually.       For students in leadership, the process […]