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Alix Nath

Alix Nath, AHS Needle Editor

Alix Nath is a junior editor for the senior magazine and AHS Needle who likes to “dabble in a little bit of everything”, including The Javelin. Nath credits their brother Felix Nath, a 2022 AHS graduate, as the biggest inspiration for why they joined the journalism program.

Nath’s proudest journalism accomplishment is their work on the senior magazine during their sophomore year. They made several writing contributions, major edits that aided the production of the magazine, and felt “really proud of how [the senior magazine] ended up because of the effort everyone put into it.” Nath’s journalism work strives to capture the “things you wouldn’t normally see,” shining extra light on the behind-the-scene processes of well-known events.

Their tendency to dabble goes further than journalism. Nath is an active participant in AHS theatre - usually working as crew or tech, - speech and debate, concert band, marching band as a member of the color guard, and QSA. They draw happiness from school activities as well as their three cats and two dogs. A quote that would describe Nath and their passions best is, “I’m not always the best at things, but I try my best at things.”

 

By J. Molina

All content by Alix Nath
Mrs. Pauley teaches the Chemistry class. Pauley teaches AP Chemistry, Chemistry, and Physics at AHS.

Iowa Arming Educators

Alix Nath, Editor
March 25, 2024
AHS student reads Iowa Capital Dispatch article on House File 2319. The article was posted on Feb. 5 of 2024, and has displayed the impact of the proposed law to Iowa.

Rights Rebuttals

Alix Nath, Editor
March 12, 2024
Brenda Bird and Devin Hogue shared the impact of Fentanyl to the students of AHS.

Live to Bring Life

Alix Nath, Editor
March 8, 2024
Brenna Bird discusses drug usage for AHS.

Drug Discussion

Alix Nath, Editor
February 8, 2024
The Banned Books law is put on a pause and many students are excited about this change.

Broad Book Ban Takes a Break

Alix Nath, Editor
February 5, 2024
Teacher Anna Pauley offers a towel to para-educator Mallory Kirchhoff at the conclusion of the assembly Wednesday.

PIE PALOOZA

Alix Nath, Editor
November 22, 2023
Senior Nicole Middents points to her name on the Clarinet results poster. Middents has made All-State for three years.

Amazing All-State!

Alix Nath, Editor
November 4, 2023
Choir director Mikayla Stockhaus chose Cinderella as the fall musical for 2023.

The Ball Ends

Alix Nath, Editor
October 27, 2023
The sign up for the tournament hangs outside Trisha Niceswangers classroom. The tournament is held Oct. 27-28.

SPEAK at Bull Creek!

Alix Nath, Editor
October 20, 2023
MARCH TO THE BEAT - The AHS Marching Band marches at the annual Clarinda Band Jamboree. This year, the band placed second in the 3A band marching category.

Clarinda Band JAMboree

Alix Nath, Editor
October 10, 2023
English teacher Allison Berryhill has had to preview every new book she adds to her classroom library. Many students read books contained in her classroom.

Story Time

Alix Nath, Editor
October 4, 2023
PARTYING THE NIGHT AWAY - Students celebrate the Homecoming dance. Homecoming week came to a conclusion on Saturday, September 17, with the Homecoming dance.

Dancing the Night Away

Alix Nath, Editor
September 20, 2023
The 8 Minutes Left posters can be seen hanging up around the school.

The Spring Play is Underway

Alix Nath, Staff Writer
March 10, 2023
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No Offense

Alix Nath, Staff Writer
January 20, 2023
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