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Staff and Students Plan Prom

Staff and Students Plan Prom

Aliyah Verness, Feature Editor

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, News

The theme for Albert Lea High School’s 2018 prom is Starry Night inspired by the painting by Vincent Van Gogh. Prom Committee is being headed by Jessica Gregory and Ken Fiscus. The committee is also composed of 12 juniors who are dedicated to turning Starry Night into a success. The committee has been...

MCs Roar For Stage

Nayeli Preciado and Bu Htoo

March 23, 2018


Filed under Feature, Issue 6

Tiger’s Roar is a talent show that goes on at Albert Lea High School every March. It allows students to show their creativity and talents three nights a year. This year’s show will be held March 22-24 in the auditorium. The theme this year is Fairy tale Roar. This year the MCs for Tiger’s Roar...

Athletes Recognized for Character

Alec Wendelboe, Business Manager

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Sports

Albert Lea Tigers are no ordinary athletes. Tigers are defined by their integrity, dedication, pride, skill and their passion for their sports. Anyone can be an athlete but it take true dedication to be a Tiger. Albert Lea staff and coaches want to recognize student athletes who go above and beyond for...

Promposals

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

What’s Pink Tax?

Carley Talamantes, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Student Issue

For generations upon generations, women’s products have costed more than the male counterparts. This unfair phenomenon has been happening for so long, it was named The Pink Tax. According to research, women pay an extra $1,351 a year to buy things targeted at them. Companies target women by packaging...

Women Want Equality

Haley DeSart, Editor

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

In a almost snowball effect, the resurgence of women empowerment has come full force within the past year. The dawn of a new political, physical and equal era for women’s rights has risen from many different corners of the globe and women of every age and race have joined together in marches, protests...

Women Want Equality

Faith Herndon, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, News

Females throughout the United States and other countries are currently subjected to pay more for certain products or services, while some are considered ‘luxury items’ or are different in color. The additional cost and unfair pricing from companies, named ‘pink tax’, has shown evident gender-based...

Angling for a Great Time

Angling for a Great Time

Gracie Studier, Sports Editor

March 23, 2018


Filed under Feature, Issue 6

Albert Lea Anglers is a group of high school students doing what they love, fishing. They fish in tournaments throughout the spring and summer. They go to tournaments all over from Wabasha, MN to local lakes and meet mainly at Farmers State Bank. There is a tournament nearly every week. The Albert Lea...

March for Our Lives

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

As students we should unite forces to make a change for ourselves. It is this kind of activism that obligates, not only our government, but our schools to create the change we need. Students across the nation are prepared for natural disasters. In the 1950s students were trained in the ‘duck and cover’...

Books Worth Reading

Books Worth Reading

Morgan Bjorklund, Entertainment Editor

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

You are sitting in class getting all of your stuff organized to start the hour and your English teacher announces that you are going to start reading a book for class. Instantly, there are groans mixed with squeals of excitement. There are those students that are thrilled to read any excerpt of words...

Albert Lea High School Newspaper
Issue 6