Trojan Journalism

A.P. Exams

March 12, 2020

Spring is arriving and so are the A.P. (Advanced Placement) exams this May 6th. The A.P. exams are taken after an A.P. course/class. A score high enough can give students extra credits in many universities and sometimes a lower college t...

Robotics Club Prepares for First competition

Arianne Garduno, Staff Member

March 1, 2020

The robotics club has been working on the built seasons for the past month preparing for the upcoming Auburn Mountainview Robotics competition this 6th of March, and hoping for the possible awards there could be this year. Since...

Katie Quick Biography

Arianne Garduno, Staff Member

January 31, 2020

Katie quick is a sophomore student in Auburn High school and had been a member of the newspaper staff for over a year. Katie was born in Tacoma and is currently living in Auburn, Washington. Katie has moved schools frequently wh...

Slippery Sidewalk

Arianne Garduno, staff member

January 23, 2020

Last year on Valentine’s day I took the sidewalk downtown to school. Multiple stores and buildings had a roof gutter that sent the water that fell on the roof to the sidewalk. This seems like an efficient way to cope with t...

Sometimes not getting what you want is a valuable experience

Arianne Garduno, Staff Member

December 18, 2019

When students think of a future career an athletic job or an office job might be mentioned. Popular choices in careers are athlete, entertainer, doctor, scientist, teachers, and careers that have to do with developing technolog...

Choose Troy Time: An obstacle?

Arianne Garduno, Staff Member

December 9, 2019

On September of 2019, instead of going to their original Troy Time; students of Auburn High School were told to go to the classes they were failing. Students who weren’t failing any class were allowed to go to the class they...

Are teachers or students responsible for dropping out?

Arianne Garduno, Staff Member

November 7, 2019

There are times where student efforts can result in failure. When we experience failure, it can often link to our sense of self-worth and it can affect students gravely. When both adults and students experience failure we regularly...

Stranger in The School

Arianne Garduno, Staff Writer

October 30, 2019

A suspicious stranger wandered into Auburn High School showing very suspicious behavior. The stranger was let in by students from the back entrance. The stranger wandered around the commons during lunch. A staff member spotted h...

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