Ahlahasa

Part 1: Who You Gonna Call?

Claire Jones

December 8, 2016


Filed under Opinion

My Experience With the Paranormal

“And We’re Still Alive”

“And We’re Still Alive”

Jasmine Becker

December 8, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

On Dec. 3, I had the privilege of seeing Stevie Nicks, an award-winning American legend. She is best known for her work with Fleetwood Mac and her solo career, beginning with the album “Bella Donna”. At 68, Nicks still displays her youth in her long blonde hair. Her ageless voice is still as rich...

Off the Shelf: Review of “Jackaby”

Off the Shelf: Review of “Jackaby”

Kylie Brown

December 8, 2016


Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Abigail Rook moves to New Fiddleham, New England and without a place to live she needs to find a job. She finds Jackaby, he is a detective that doesn’t exactly work with the investigative services. She soon becomes his assistant. Her first day on the job, Jackaby brings Abigail to a crime scene and...

Let’s All Have a Drink

Let’s All Have a Drink

Natalie Weiland

December 8, 2016


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I like drinking Caribou coffee and supporting Minnesota-based companies. I tried all the holiday drinks and it was delicious... mostly. Dark Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Mocha- This is okay-ish if you have it hot, but getting it blended is a mistake, unless of course you like the taste of splenda. The ...

Working Retail on Black Friday

Working Retail on Black Friday

Izzy Sanchez

December 8, 2016


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5.. 4.. 3.. 2.. 1..” That’s when I felt it. All my support I once bore was stripped from me and was gone with the wind. Crazed shoppers began to flood Herberger’s after the countdown to the opening of our Black Friday sales. And I, prey to these relentless shoppers as an associate, had just felt...

Letters to the Editor: Issue 4

December 8, 2016


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Block Scheduling Dear Editor, I believe in the idea of Albert Lea High School using block scheduling. This would allow an alternate-day schedule where teachers and students meet every other day, which means classes last for extended periods of time rather than shorter periods. Students would attend thr...

I Spent a Day in a Wheelchair. Let Me Tell You About It

I Spent a Day in a Wheelchair. Let Me Tell You About It

Kathryn Flaherty

November 15, 2016


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Today in America, approximately 3.3 million people depend on a wheelchair to help them get around. Recently, I decided to embark on an experiment to experience my school day from their perspective. It started in the nurse’s office on a cold Monday morning, where I was equipped with the wheelchair....

Team Jodi

Team Jodi

Kylie Brown

November 15, 2016


Filed under Feature, Opinion

Dealing With Cancer

Face to Face: The Pledge of Allegiance

Face to Face: The Pledge of Allegiance

October 7, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Staff members, Kathryn Flaherty and Natalie Weiland share their opinions.

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