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  • February 13Good luck to those participating in the IHSSA All-State Large Group Events this weekend!

  • February 13Good luck to the wrestlers participating at the State tournament this week!

  • October 15Buy your yearbook!!!

“Call of Duty Advanced Warfare” Game Review

“Call of Duty Advanced Warfare” Game Review

November 20, 2014


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by Tristen Benn and Seth Nelson Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is a first person shooter video game developed by Sledgehammer games and published by Activision. Advanced Warfare is the latest version in a long series of Call of Duty games. There are eleven Call of Duty games total. Advanced Warfare...

“The Walking Dead” TV Review

“The Walking Dead” TV Review

November 10, 2014


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by Skyler Svobada and Tristen Benn The AMC hit show "The Walking Dead" is one of the most popular shows on television today.  With there being 5 seasons of action-packed zombie killing excitement, it seems to not be have an ending to the series. "The Walking Dead" started on Oct. 31, 2010, on...

Books Going Around AHS

Books Going Around AHS

Marah Bengel

November 6, 2014


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by Marah Bengel At Atlantic High School, thirty-nine students filled out a three question survey about books. The questions were, “What book are you reading?", "What is your favorite book you've read in the past year?", and "Is there a book you wish the library would buy?” Out of the thirty-nine...

The War on Net Neutrality

The War on Net Neutrality

October 22, 2014


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by Katherine Chess In recent times, the Internet has definitely increased in prevalence. According to the World Bank, Internet usage has steadily increased since the 2000’s, resulting in 75% of people using the Internet as of 2010. However, most people don’t realize that we can attribute the Internet...

Senior Band Members Last March

Senior Band Members Last March

Monica Brewer

October 20, 2014


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By Monica Brewer With State Marching Band on Saturday Oct. 18 and band senior night being on Friday Oct. 24, these are the senior band members last marching band moments before the 2014 season ends.  State is the last marching band contest of the school year and for seniors, it’s their last contest...

What To Know About Marching

What To Know About Marching

Monica Brewer

September 15, 2014


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by Monica Brewer When people hear about marching, they probably think it isn’t hard to do at all.  To the average band student, it’s a little more complicated than that.  It takes a lot of effort for the moves we do in a drill to be executed properly. It starts with how the schedule is arranged...

To Post or Not to Post: That’s the Question

To Post or Not to Post: That’s the Question

Monica Brewer

August 26, 2014


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by Monica Brewer Stop.  Before you post anything on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram, answer this one question: Do you want to send it?  If you hesitated for a couple of seconds, keep reading. In this modern age, communicating technologically is necessary for everyday life.  It has become...

A Freshman’s Guide for High School Survival

A Freshman’s Guide for High School Survival

Monica Brewer

August 20, 2014


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by Monica Brewer Every high schooler can remember when they were a freshman.  Things can seem kind of scary when it comes to the first few weeks of school.  Here are just a few tips for freshmen to know about high school. These first few tips should help with what to take with you to classes....

Student Planner Enforcement Will Not Stick – OPINION

Student Planner Enforcement Will Not Stick – OPINION

February 21, 2014


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by Karly Monson - OPINION It has recently been announced to teachers that being lenient with students using planners as their ticket into the hallway for going to lockers, getting drinks, using the restroom, and any other time needed to go outside a classroom is being put to an end.  Teachers are now...

My Second Instrument – OPINION

My Second Instrument – OPINION

February 12, 2014


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By Monica Brewer - OPINION In honor of learning another instrument (Flute), I’m recapping what my experience was like learning how to play a clarinet and what it’s like playing a flute now. Learning an instrument can be rough when you first start out.  When I was in 6th grade, it was tough.  Som...

Cheating- Opinion

Cheating- Opinion

February 7, 2014


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By Monica Brewer Whether it’s for an ACT or it’s for an ordinary test, cheating can go on anywhere.  It can happen at any point in your life.  Sure, most don’t get caught, but cheating can ruin your life if you do.  I would recommend not doing it for many reason, but first, you have to defi...

Bullying at AHS – Opinion

Bullying at AHS – Opinion

November 13, 2013


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By Steph Freund High school is said to be the time of your life.  But for many students, that cannot be said.  A group of Atlantic students have taken the first steps to eliminate this problem.  On Nov. 2, 18 students and two teachers from Atlantic High School joined over 1000 people gathered at ...

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