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Alicia Fanning, Staff reporter and photographer

Alicia is a senior at Arlington High School. Her classes demand much of her time, but when she isn't drowning in paper, she is painting, hiking, or hanging out with her friends. She's an avid chocolate enthusiast. She plans to attend University of Idaho to double major in business and sociology.

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Mrs. Bolopue, the librarian works hards and maintains the countdown to the end of the school year. With the end approaching, seniors are becoming restless and waiting for the end. Juniors, however, are looking towards their last year. What should they do to make the most of senior year.

Preparing for Senior Year

May 24, 2018

Junior year is over and senior year is fast approaching. Decisions will have to be made and grades will have to be upheld. What can you do in order to be ready for the year full of events and things that...

Mrs. Beard stand in front of her algebra class and teaches the difference between dependent and independent variables.

[Photo] Keeping Up With the Semester

May 2, 2018

Mrs. Beard stand in front of her algebra class and teaches the difference between dependent and independent variables.

Its That Season Again: All Things Prom

It’s That Season Again: All Things Prom

April 9, 2018

The conversations are already beginning. Teachers are already begging their students to focus on the task, but they are focused on another thing: Prom. Where to eat, what to wear, where to buy the...

Naviance has replaced the state required High school and Beyond Plan. There are a series of lessons, such as these that are designed to help students make plans and reach deadlines.

Naviance: What Students Think

February 27, 2018

The senior class has seen it all: Advisory, Eagle Period, and now Naviance in english classes. It started out with advisory, every Thursday before 2nd period, where students did various things on paper,...

High school students are constantly stressed. They have jobs, school, and a social life to balance. But they also need to take care of themselves.

Handling the Stress of School

January 31, 2018

There is no doubt that students are stressed. The end of the semester is quickly approaching, and that means last minute projects, cramming for finals, and attempting fruitlessly to raise grades. However,...

Support the Strong

January 1, 2018

“Stay strong.” That’s what they say when the world around you is crashing. That’s what they say when that’s all you’ve ever been. The commonly accepted image of strong is a person who doesn’t...

December 14 is the due date for Juniors to sign up for ASB Senior year.

Why Not ASB?

December 14, 2017

The ASB election is hardly an election at all, as most candidates run unopposed. There are roughly 1600 students at Arlington High School, but only a handful of people run to be a part of ASB. So we...

It can be pretty meaningful, but a lot of your relationships in high school dont end up being long lasting, Stephen Skiles (20) said.

Is Dating in High School Worth It?

December 7, 2017

Is dating in high school worth it? In order to answer this question, we must define “worth it”. It could mean resulting in a life-long relationship, or it could simply mean gaining experience...

The Arlington High School JROTC marches in the Veterans Day Parade on Olympic Avenue.

[Photo] Photos of the Week 11.10 – 11.30

December 5, 2017

The Arlington High School JROTC marches in the Veteran's Day Parade on Olympic Avenue.

In preparation for Christmas, Spanish club is putting together wall decorations for the B wing. Even though her knowledge of poinsettias was questioned by Jaime Breisch, Missi Christoferson (‘18) constructed one that inspired Señor Duskin to experiment with the placing of the leaves.

Christmas in the C-Wing

November 29, 2017

The President, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and club member of German club enter Herr Mendro’s classroom after school. One person, Jaime Breisch (‘18), is German Club. “No one in...

Taras McCurdie (20) competes in his last home game of the regular season.

Unsung Hero: Taras McCurdie

November 17, 2017

Varsity boys tennis did well this year, winning eleven of their sixteen matches. Senior, Conner Fochesato held the number one spot, and freshman Vincent Loftis played third singles. There hasn’t been...

Sophie Iverson (18)  teaches Robotics the rules and regulations of the FTC competition by using Kahoot. They like to teach without it being a class, Allison Stansberry (18) said.

Robotics Upcoming Competition

November 1, 2017

Last year, Robotics earned their way to the World Competition in a wild card slot; the time has come again for competition season. Robotics has two upcoming competitions. The Girls Generation Competition...

What Children of Addicts Want You to Know

October 17, 2017

Best friends Baylie Fanning ('20) and Dani McCollum ('20) spend their mornings before classes together. Some names in the following article have been changed in order to protect the identity and...

Varsity Boys’ Tennis Dominates In Match Against MP

September 29, 2017

The boys’ tennis team competed against Marysville Pilchuck under the scorching sun on September 28 and won 7-0. Two of the four senior boys, Connor Fochesato and Johnathan Leon-Guerrero won their...

Emma Baker and Bridgette Scott are freshmen this year.

Self-Esteem Growth: Freshman to Senior Year

September 28, 2017

Freshmen to senior year encourages a lot of growth, especially in the area of self-esteem and confidence, as it can be seen seniors have figured out who they are, and are comfortable within themselves....

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