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Saving Your Semester

While some students can pat themselves on the back for a job well done after quarter grades were sent home, others still have a great deal of work to do before semester grades are finalized in January. Whether students are hoping to earn a [...]

Deck the Halls With New Technology

Dear Santa Claus, While I know it is a bit early to be sending you letters for Christmas presents, I wanted to save you the most cash possible. As you are a knowledgeable man, no doubt you know about Cyber Monday, the Internet’s version of [...]

Furry Friends a Holiday Handful

Stella (13 week old Pit Bull Terrier) from Homeward Pet Source: Homeward Pet This cold Seattle season, local animal shelters and facilities have quite the workload waiting for them, due to both a large number of animals in need and a lack [...]

Red Cups Raise Red Flags

DUIs, vehicular homicide, minors in possession, police interventions–because the access to alcohol is easy, teen drinking is an expected problem over the holidays. As the holidays approach, the likelihood of underage drinking increases. [...]

Weathering Bad Weather

Every winter, many people fall victim to a plethora of problems caused by the cold, snow and winds. This risk can be minimized by creating a kit that can help in the event of an emergency. Though specifics vary, the general concept is to [...]

Stand Up

AHS needs more student voice and advocacy – the ASB can and should take on some of this important work, but the rest is up to you. Currently, AHS’s student government focuses primarily on social events. The ASB only serves in a social [...]

Running your Phoenix Five (K)

This issue, the Phoenix Five challenges you to complete the Seattle 12K’s of Christmas (and 5K Run/Walk) Holiday Run. The run starts at Kirkland’s Marina Park, on Sunday, December 18, 2011. This run benefits foster children,  most of whom [...]
An Alaska Airlines 737 at Boeing Field

Taking it to the MAX

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers is scheduled to vote December 7th that will create a four year contract for Boeing workers.  The new contract will include an “annual pay raise of 2 percent and cost-of-living [...]
Optimus Prime making a NASA spin-off video of his own.

NASA’s Transformative Video Contest

Students must pick which technology they wish to make a video about through NASA’s annual Spinoff publication which focuses on the successes of the previous year. Students have the opportunity this year to make videos about everything from [...]

Get Ready for the Snowpocalypse

Last year King and surrounding counties had many transportation issues caused by too much snow and too little preparation. This year county officials aim to prepare better. According to the Seattle Government website, the area around Seattle [...]

Election Results Are In

 After a voting season focusing on many complex and significant issues like I-1125 and I-1183, the results are in, and it is time to learn what issues passed or failed, and how these results will affect the students at AHS. Initiative 1125 [...]