Trojan Journalism

Poor Habits Now, Poor Habits Later

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

Despite all we do to keep ourselves safe, COVID-19 is still spreading rapidly, with the United States now with the most confirmed cases in the world. As much as people say they’re doing their best, are they really? The i...

Who Is Next In Line for North Korea?

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

With recent controversy over Kim Jong-un’s current health state, the world is left to wonder who would take over if Kim should pass. Kim Jong-un, the third and current leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Kore...

Review of the Disney Renaissance (Most of Them, Anyways)

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

Ah, the Disney Renaissance. From The Little Mermaid to Tarzan, this period brought back Disney to the mainstream, taking the company from close to going bankrupt to making millions off of now beloved characters and defining childhoods. ...

“Grease” Does Well, But is Cancelled Due to COVID-19

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

March 17, 2020

“Grease” is the word as closing week for the school musical looms over us. With t-shirts, posters, and announcements, attention has been put on the Auburn High School Theatre Department: Troupe 17, led by Dave Cox and unoffic...

President Addresses COVID-19, WHO Calls Pandemic

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

In an address to the nation on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump has banned travel from Europe to the United States due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), after the World Health Organization (WHO) deemed the virus to be a pandem...

Earth Has a Second Moon, but Not for Long.

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

An asteroid, discovered by Catalina Sky Survey on February 15, has been found in our orbit, forming a second moon for our planet. The car-sized asteroid was orbiting Earth for up to three years by the time it was brought to o...

Art: More Likely to Help You Pass Your Classes Than Your Phone

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

March 1, 2020

Art is no longer an extra-circular, but a habit that anyone can pick up anywhere to help memorize nearly anything. Most students these days are put into fine and performing arts classes for the credits and, in turn, get not...

Local Author visits AHS

Joshua Collins, Staff Writer

February 24, 2020

KateMarie Collins, local fantasy author, spoke to the Creative Writing class on February seventh to talk about the writing process. The Creative Writing class, currently taught by Mrs. Harmon and available for seniors, focuses o...

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