The Student News Site of Alief Hastings High School

The Student News Site of Alief Hastings High School

The Student News Site of Alief Hastings High School

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good job today

By farida, I am happy this summer April 25, 2024

My different styles

My different styles

By Ingrid amaya April 4, 2024

This is how I do my makeup as a Jehovah witness This is how I dress when I go to church.   Sometimes I dress different when I am not in church. Sometimes I do my makeup...

Life within playing & helping in sports

By Kimora Rogers, Staff Reporter March 21, 2024

When I was in high school, I was employed to be the track manager. As I progressed through the season, I had to bring water and also take care of people's belongings so that they wouldn't get lost. To...

Pupusas vs. Quesadillas: Understanding the Difference

By Katherine Miranda, Staff Reporter March 21, 2024
Two iconic dishes, two distinct flavors! Explore the delicious world of pupusas and quesadillas, uncovering the secrets behind their unique tastes and textures. Join us as we delve into the culinary delights of Mesoamerica, discovering why these beloved dishes are not just food, but cultural treasures.

Equity in Education and Nutrition for All Students

By Katherine Miranda, Staff Reporter March 21, 2024
Ensuring that all students, regardless of their economic background, receive a high-quality education and nutritious meals is crucial for their future success. This article discusses the importance of providing the same level of education and food quality in public schools as in private schools to promote equity and opportunity for every student.

Rising Deportations and Unfulfilled Promises: Immigration Challenges in Texas

By Katherine Miranda, Staff Reporter March 21, 2024
As deportation rates climb in Texas, a troubling pattern emerges: immigrants promised legal papers find themselves in limbo, caught between hope and uncertainty. Join us as we delve into the complexities of this issue, exploring the challenges faced by these individuals and the urgent need for action to address their plight.

Is Nigerian Jollof rice or Ghanaian Jollof rice better?

By By: Naomi Atobajeun March 21, 2024

A lot of West Africans have this long-running debate over who's country cooks the better Jollof rice. Both countries feel like theirs is better, so I did an interview around the school and asked students...

We Bears Face Challenges together!!!

By Rafael Hernandez, Staff Reporter March 4, 2024

Having the privilege to go to school is one of the most shared experiences someone can go through. Unfortunately, some people, including myself, have quite a harder experience. I live with quite a bit...

Hot links

Hot links

By Cristian Wilmore, Staff Reporter April 7, 2022

If you're the type to just take a test without studying, but sadly fails most of the time, here are some great sources that can actually help you with your next test! Khan...

5 Questions With Victory Okoroji

5 Questions With Victory Okoroji

By Juanita Omeje, Assistant Editor April 6, 2022

Q: What's the most important thing on your bucket list and why? A: I think it is to get a motorcycle. Personally I don't like riding one 'cause I'm scared just to ride a motorcycle. The main reason...

This one time at...

This one time at…

By Reyna Duarte, Sports Editor April 2, 2022

During one of varsity's away games, team manager, Fuad Adetona began thinking about how much fun he used to have with the team back during his playing days. When he decided not to play for the school anymore...

Did you see that?

Did you see that?

By Desiree Oladipo, Yearbook Editor-In-Chief April 1, 2022
These are five YouTube videos that YOU might find interesting!
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