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Live Blog: Spirit Week!

It’s the start of spirit week at AHS, leading up to our big spring fling this weekend, and students are definitely getting into the swing of things. Today is animal day, and already in first period, the cats are coming out. Sophomores [...]

Rocking out to Juice

  Riley Mulligan plays the trumpet. Playing since Elementary School, he is now the trumpet player for Juice, a local ska-punk band. The band does a lot of shows, and many students at Aviation High School have seen them perform. Ska isn’t [...]

At the Corner of Art & Crime

  Graffiti has had a long history in Seattle and in the world.  The term was originally used to refer to inscriptions and drawings found in ancient ruins.  The earliest forms of graffiti date back to around 30,000 B.C. in the form of [...]

Big band back for Veterans Day

On November 10, Highline and Aviation High School’s joint Jazz Band will be hosting their annual USO fundraiser dance, USO being an acronym for United Service Organizations Inc. This year’s dance will be held in Highline’s cafeteria [...]

Smells Like Gaming Season

It’s funny how it all started with a simple idea, going from one ball and two paddles all the way to an entire recreation of war, racing, or even the zombie apocalypse. Whatever video game you choose prepare yourself to be in the front lines—all [...]

Turn up the music

At the Vera Project, people of all ages, especially teens, are welcome to experience new music and improve their musical abilities while having fun and hanging out with friends.   The Vera Project, a local organization with a focus on [...]

Music: Where Science And Art Converge

Music has always been an amalgamation of science and the arts. Music without an artist’s passion is simply the science of physics and acoustics;music without science is simply nonexistent.  But recently, artists have been taking this marriage [...]

“Class of 2012 Gets Inked Up; Come to the Lit Side

“I really want something that means a lot to me.” –  Class of 2012 Gets Inked Up “They can expect to have their heart-strings tugged a little, and to laugh a copious amount” – Come to the Lit Side Click Here to [...]

Art Opportunities Recognized Through Film

The AHS Film Club aims to make more opportunities available to the school through the possibility to obtain art credit through their program. Until now, media artists throughout AHS were incapable of using their skills for direct credit in school. [...]

Art Class on Campus

After first semester art teacher Garrett Shiroma took the art created by his art class and placed them in an AHS art show for all to see, and now he is looking forward to possibilities of more shows in the future, perhaps even at the end of [...]

Flashy New Student Websites

Student portfolios can often end up looking like a generic Google Site.  Although these simple sites with a couple assignments may get the job done, they’re terribly boring.  Some students are putting more effort into these portfolios [...]
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