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A picture of the updated Autism Awareness poster at AHS, following criticism of its portrayal of harmful symbols such as the puzzle piece, as well as containing misinformation.

What It’s Like to be Autistic in the Public School System

RJ Stevenson, Editorial Board
May 9, 2022

Autism, for as well known as it is, is sort of an elusive subject in the minds of the general population. Not many people are educated on it, and even more are grossly misinformed. Overall, our world is...

An image facing west from the Goldendale Observatory. On the left is the old observatory. Light from the building caused the red shift in the image.

Opinion: Light Pollution should be prevented at all costs

Sera Sabol, Editorial Board
May 4, 2022

For thousands of years, humanity has gazed towards the cosmos, marveling at the speckles of stars that blanket the night sky. A feeling comes upon people of complete disbelief at the unimaginable scale...

This photo is of downtown Arlington.

The Change in Spring Weather

Madison Moore, Staff Reporter
April 22, 2022

Evapotranspiration: The process by which water is transferred from the land to the atmosphere by evaporation from the soil, other surfaces, and transpiration from plants. Northern Hemisphere: The Northern...

Whats Up With All These Anti-Trans Bills?

What’s Up With All These Anti-Trans Bills?

RJ Stevenson, Editorial Board
March 28, 2022

Unfortunately, within the last couple of years, American legislators have created bills that would push America backwards in the general fight for human rights. As of writing, a major concern is the safety...

10 Candies to Consider for Valentines Day

10 Candies to Consider for Valentines Day

Sera Sabol, Editorial Board
February 15, 2022

As Valentine's Day approaches, it is time to begin thinking of candy to get for your significant other, friends or even just as a treat for yourself. Walking into any store you will be confronted with...

Taken on 2/11/22, this photo is of the heart in the library window.

Valentine’s Day Traditions

Madison Moore, Journalist
February 14, 2022

During the holidays, many people celebrate traditions with their families, friends, or someone special. These traditions can look many different ways, whether it’s a fancy dinner or a box of chocolates.    First...

students working on an art project.

The Importance of Art in School

Declan Oberg, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2021

Art has a big part in how your brain develops and if school systems included more artistic activities in school, kids would have more fun and overall be better academically. Creating art of any kind is...

Pie and whipped cream or ice cream are part of the Thanksgiving menu for most.

How to Thanksgiving, Eagle Style

Jaycob Tanis, Editorial Board
November 24, 2021

After asking the students and staff of Arlington High School what their top 3 Thanksgiving foods were, I got some interesting results. The top three dishes that were recorded were Turkey, Mashed Potatoes,...

New and Old Korean Dramas Review

Victoria Guzman, Staff Reporter
March 2, 2021

Sometimes something new is needed after what seems like years of scrolling through Netflix to find a show to watch. Maybe some new and fresh options need to be added to the selection for the next few hours...

The stairs heading up to the Counseling Center and the B wing.

High School as a Freshman During a Global Pandemic

March 2, 2021

Being a freshman is all new territory, new teachers, kids from different middle schools in the district, bigger campus, lots of new things to worry about. When I thought of moving up to high school it...

The AHS band marches around the track before they play the Star Spangled Banner at the Stilly Cup on September 14, 2018.

Band Kids Opinion on Online Class

Victoria Guzman
March 2, 2021

Online band has been a pretty big struggle, especially when it’s a class involving a large group of people. Last year in March before the Coronavirus hit, the band was preparing for a concert in Spring...

Wintertime (Snow Days?)

Wintertime (Snow Days?)

Ashley Cartwright, Staff Reporter
December 23, 2020

Wintertime is coming up soon, and the question that is running through students' minds is, will we have snow days this year? The answer to this question is most likely no, and students will not be able...

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