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Social Distancing As a Senior

Social Distancing As a Senior

Sabrina Gold, Staff Writer

May 20, 2020

One last hug, one last hallway high five, one last walk. There are so many things the seniors have been looking forward to. Senior year is a time for many new beginnings but it is also a time for bittersweet goodbyes. We have come so far from our first steps to walking across that graduation stage. A...

Tik Tok VS Vine

Sabrina Gold, Staff Writer

April 28, 2020

Is TikTok the new Vine? A seemingly controversial debate has separated a generation of young adults. It has brought about many questions that may not have a solid answer. What even is TikTok? Hasn't Vine been dead for a while now? TikTok is a new video-sharing social media network. The original platform for...

Being An Essential Worker

Being An Essential Worker

Lydia Fluth, Editor

April 21, 2020

I am an essential worker.  On March 25, Minnesota governor Tim Walz made the executive order of “staying at home” to begin on Friday, March 27. This began the quarantine of Minnesota due to the Coronavirus. I worked in a children’s activity job and a food service job. My children's activity job got tr...

Letter to the Editor for Haley

Morgan Bjorklund, Entertainment Editor

May 9, 2018

Dear Haley, There are no words to express that could completely capture the impact you have had on the Ahlahasa staff this school year. You are so dedicated to the work that we do, and I can see the passion that is behind each and every article you pour your heart into. You are such an amazing writer...

Brenda De Rosas

Brenda De Rosas, Editor

May 9, 2018

Everything I know is a lie. Realizing that high school was nothing like “High School Musical” one through three was quite a disappointment. Except for one thing. College stress. I don’t think high school has ever more stress than picking a college did. College seemed like a constant battle between...

Kylie Brown

Kylie Brown, Managing Editor

May 9, 2018

Well seniors, we did it. It’s crazy to think that just five years ago I walked into the high school not knowing what to do with my life. Now as a senior I have a plan to attend Minnesota State University in Mankato to major in Elementary Education and minor in Spanish. I have always known I wanted to...

Walk Up Movement

Carley Talamantes, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

The ‘Walk Up, Not Out’ movement has swept the nation for the better. The movement was sparked when a father of a 14-year old girl who was killed in the recent Florida shooting, sent out a tweet. Ryan Petty tweeted out on March 13, the day before the nationwide walk out was about to take place. Petty’s...

Walk Out Movement

Greta Hagen, Artist

April 9, 2018

We’ve seen it all over the news for the past few weeks. Walk up or walk out? If you’re not sure what those are, here’s a little summary of both. The walk out is a peaceful protest and/ or walk out of school in memory of the lives lost due to gun violence in the US, specifically the seventeen in...

Fortnite is Gaming Crazy

Fortnite is Gaming Crazy

Nayeli Preciado, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

Fortnite Battle Royale is a game that has become popular within this last month, although it was first released on July 25 2017. Fortnite has taken over students’ days lives and is what everyone has been talking about. Fortnite is a co-op sandbox survival game with building features. Before the action...

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