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Izzy Sanchez: Yeah I Got That Tattooed

Izzy Sanchez: Yeah I Got That Tattooed

Izzy Sanchez

October 7, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Tattoos, for the most part, are permanent. This word, “ROBBERS”, now stains my body forever. Perhaps a symbolic characteristic of me, people will read my tattoo, form opinions and judgements and hold me in such a way based on how they feel about my tattoo. (Think of it like a first impression without...

Bye Bye B-Nels

Submitted

October 7, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Here’s the short story:  I applied for the job in Waseca on a whim.  I’m a creature of habit and not real keen on change. That being said, I knew something had to give.  The last couple years had been rough. I was offered the job and accepted it on the night before the last day of school.  It...

Staff Editorial: Opinions Matter

Staff Editorial: Opinions Matter

October 7, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Here at the Ahlahasa we have come to the conclusion that high schoolers are at a weird time in our lives. Adults urge us to be informed on social issues, politics, world news, etc. However, they also communicate to us that our opinions don’t carry as much weight. The Ahlahasa wants each and every student...

Summertime

Summertime

Emily Wangen, Online Editor

June 3, 2016


Filed under Opinion

Well ALHS, we did it. We made it through another year of tests, assignments, and classes. This summer will be the shortest one yet, but let's make it count. Let's spend late nights with our friends and make memories that will last longer than our tans. The Ahlahasa website will be undergoing some changes...

Fun Win

Denzel Acha

February 26, 2016


Filed under Issue 5, Opinion

As a member of the Albert Lea boys basketball team getting that first win of the season was amazing. Anywhere from the final plays leading up to the win, to the crowd storming the court and congratulating the team. The feeling of breaking that streak could not be copied or imitated; it was a once-in-a...

Jeans And Genes

Raelin Bizjak, Editor

February 18, 2016


Filed under Opinion

There are many differences between men and women, our physical bodies, why and how our minds develop, etc. There are also plenty of similarities. Jeans are not one of them. If you have ever been doing laundry and happen look at your sister's jeans (for those of you who have sisters)? You would usu...

Tales of the Chronically Confused: Politics

Tales of the Chronically Confused: Politics

Hannah Goodemann, Columnist

February 18, 2016


Filed under Opinion

     Politics. Yeah, I just said it. That word that makes you want to turn the page. Well, don’t. I promise this isn’t going to be as boring as the rest of the junk you may see.      I’m not going to say who I’m rooting for, but can you #feelthebern in this election yet? It’s fil...

Public Speaking

Public Speaking

Abby Sencio, Featured Coumnist

October 7, 2015


Filed under Opinion

speaking…Everyone’s worst nightmare … including my seventh grade self, I just didn’t know it yet. Remember those days where we had dodge-ball tournaments at Southwest? Everyone came up with a name and such for each advisory. Well, Mr. Schmitz was my advisor and we came up with the name. He...

Classifying Sports

Classifying Sports

Rhiannon Farr, Opinion Editor

September 27, 2015


Filed under Issue 1, Opinion

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 qualify as one, we get defensive. But why? Maybe because it brings out a significance, that...

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas

Haley Allen, Artist

August 31, 2014


Filed under Opinion

  The Caroliers perform two to three times a week in Dec. 1, sometimes they perform twice a night. The Caroliers’ first performance was on Dec. 1. They performed at the Petran House for the Art Center and then later that night at the Mayo Clinic for the tree lighting for Hospice. "We all were...

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