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Albert Lea High School Newspaper

THE AHLAHASA

Albert Lea High School Newspaper

THE AHLAHASA

Albert Lea High School Newspaper

THE AHLAHASA

Ahlahasa staff member, Mariajose Ruiz-Ceronio (12) made a Lego build as a tribute to Ahlahasa. Alongside that, Ahlahasa staff all added their own perosnalized Lego figure’s to acompany the build. If you want to check it out, it is in display right in front of room E200 Photo by Mariajose Ruiz-Ceronio

Warning: Don’t Eat the Legos

Mariajose Ruiz, Staff writer February 1, 2024

Spend time on the internet and you’ve probably run into some stop-motion animations, specifically stop-motion Lego cooking videos. A channel that makes these types of videos is the YouTube channel @Legocooking,...

ALHS Book Club Book Of The Month February 2024

ALHS Book Club Book Of The Month February 2024

Rosa Corey-Gruenes, Print Editor February 1, 2024

Circe” by Madeline Miller is a book that reimagines the Greek Mythology character Circe as she discovers her powers of witchcraft. Abandoned by everyone she knows, Gods and family alike, she finds solace...

A Charlie Brown Christmas movie cover

A Snoopy-ful Christmas

Ali Hafstad, Editor December 14, 2023

In elementary school, I remember before winter break the class would put together a party where we could wear pajamas and bring blankets to snuggle up in, while we enjoyed our hot chocolate, and holiday...

Shatter Me book cover

ALHS Book Club

Rosa Corey-Gruenes, Editor December 14, 2023

In the month of November, Albert Lea High School's Book Club started reading the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi. This young adult series takes place in a dystopian society where the world is quite literally...

Cover of Malibu Rising

Book of The Month

Rosa Corey-Gruenes, Editor November 11, 2023

In the month of October, Albert Lea High School Book Club read “Malibu Rising” by Taylor Jenkins Reid author of “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” (which book club highly recommends). Book club...

Book Cover of Ballad and Songbirds And Snakes

Snow Rising

Alexis Godtland, Staff Writer November 11, 2023

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is a 2020 science fiction novel that was written by Suzanne Collins and is a prequel to The Hunger Games series. It tells the story about young Coriolanus Snow, the future...

Pumpkin Spice Stats

Pumpkin Spice Stats

Ahlahasa Staff November 11, 2023

While we all have our own personal and usually strong opinions on pumpkin spice, we as an Ahlahasa staff tried all of the pumpkin spice lattes within Albert Lea: Caribou, Scooter’s, McDonald’s, and...

Tower located at Minnesota Renaissance Festival

Renaissance Festival

Ali Hafstad, Editor August 29, 2023

Ever since I was young, I’ve had a growing fascination with the Renaissance Era. This period has folklore based around fairies, witches, pirates, mermaids, and more. Now imagine all of this being depicted...

Wind Down Wednesday

Wind Down Wednesday

Courtney Oakland, Staff Writer August 23, 2023

I often get bored during the summer and am looking for interesting things to do. Wind Down Wednesday takes place in downtown once a month during summer and has tons of fun stuff for all ages.  There...

Book Review: The Law of Inertia

Book Review: The Law of Inertia

Rosa Corey-Gruenes, Staff Writer October 11, 2022

As a part of the book club at ALHS I read ‘The Law of Inertia’ by Sophie Gonzales. In the ALHS book club we all come together as a group, create a book list, and periodically meet to talk about what...

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