The “American” Journey of VAISH and THE ROACHEZ

Early beginnings offer only a glimpse of these young artists’ musical futures. Alfred Ukudeev-Freeman Staff Writer     “One day I was bored, and I was like, sh—, I’ma make some music. So I made some music.”      Vaishnav Desabhatla (11) is his name, but everybody calls him VAISH. He started back in quarantine, rapping over pre-made beats […]

Media Literacy in the Midst of a War

Learning how students and teachers at American acquire their information and evaluate the accuracy of their information regarding the Ukraine-Russia crisis Sahana Narayan Staff Writer     Over the last several decades, the world has watched as major global powers have taken shape and taken sides. Sometimes, it happened silently, through the alliances and friendships that didn’t […]

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 […]

FUSD Board Meeting Addresses Prominent Issues at AHS: Overpopulation, Closed-Campus Lunch, and the Need for Technology

Five FUSD School Board Members address questions and concerns from AHS students and parents Sandra Resurreccion Staff Writer     On the evening of November 3, 2016, five FUSD school board members held a meeting in American High’s multi-purpose room.       Board members Michelle Berke, Desrie Campbell, Dax Choski, Ann Crosbie, and Hiu Ng gathered with students, […]