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...

Staff Editorial: Welcome Back ALHS

September 6, 2017

Welcome back to school students and staff! It’s nice to see all the familiar faces again as well as all of the new faces we’ve gained this year.  We hope everyone had a great summer but now it’s...

Meet the Managing Editor- Kylie Brown

Meet the Managing Editor- Kylie Brown

Kylie Brown, Managing Editor September 6, 2017

My name is Kylie Brown and I am the Managing Editor for the Ahlahasa. I am a senior and I am involved in Link Crew, I play the viola and cello in Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra, and I will be the secretary...

Meet the Editor- Brenda De Rosas

Meet the Editor- Brenda De Rosas

Brenda De Rosas, Editor September 6, 2017

Hello ALHS. So, we’re back… I’m Brenda De Rosas I am a senior I am involved with many activities throughout the school year such as tennis, Mock Trial, orchestra, Key Club, Link Crew and National...

Meet the Editor- Haley DeSart

Meet the Editor- Haley DeSart

Haley DeSart, Editor September 6, 2017

Hello my name is Haley DeSart and I am the co-editor for the Ahlahasa this year and I’m the residential neurotic optimist. I work two jobs and I am involved with Student Council, Orchestra, National...

Issue 1 Stories

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December 8, 2015

(L-R) Brianna Shea (11), Kalie Michaelis (10), Morgan Phillips (11), Mackenzie Breamer (10), Lauren Sorenson (2015 Graduate)

Classifying Sports

Rhiannon Farr, Opinion Editor September 27, 2015

Ok, so basically to me dance is a sport. Just like how to some people, golf is a sport or bowling is a sport. Along with many more, but when people “diss” on your sport, claiming that it shouldn’t...

Human Sacrifice

Human Sacrifice

Izzy Sanchez, Issue Editor September 24, 2015

Pushing, shoving, complaining and whining. Students in the Albert Lea High School hallways and lunch line are all too familiar with this.  Students are constantly on the move, whether it be on their...

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