Trojan Journalism

Senior Recognition: Kirsten Lowe

Alec Arashikage, Editor-In-Chief

April 28, 2020

      We've started a new feature where we want to recognize seniors who are not well known but still display their A-town Army Spirit. First up is Kirsten Lowe. A Senior who has been part of our school's Orchestra program since her freshman year. She took on DECA this y...

“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...

Sophomore gets a taste of the Olympics

Katie Quick and Seleen Love, Managing editors

March 11, 2020

In January, sophomore Jenelle Berhorst participated in the Junior Olympics. She competed in 3 races, the 1000m, 500m and 3k mixed relay. When asked about the 1000m Jenelle said, "I did a lot better than I expected," however,...

Corona Virus cancels CWU Windfest

Hannah McLaughlin, Staff reporter

March 6, 2020

On March fifth the Auburn High School Wind Ensemble was supposed to attend the Central Washington University wind fest, they had planned on performing ‘Western Dance’ by Claire Grundman, ‘A Hymn for Band’ by Hugh Stewar...

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...

Student speaks Samoan and English

Alan Martinez, Editor In Chief

January 23, 2020

Tiffany Sio is a senior at Auburn High School. She has been at the school for three weeks, as a new student she feels that the school is very uptight.  She feels that students are very connected with their teachers and she lik...

Meet Adviser Thomas Kaup

Katie Quick

January 23, 2020

Thomas Kaup is the adviser for the newspaper and yearbook classes. He lives in Auburn, Washington and his hometown is Stuart, Nebraska. One of his favorite memories from Nebraska was riding in a sled while being pulled behind ...

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...

Band competition nets $20,000 for school program

Seleen Love

December 2, 2019

On November 9th 2019 Auburn High hosted the biggest marching band competition in Washington. They host the competition every year after the Veterans Day Parade and 23 bands entered. This year the schools that won the competitio...

Career Cruising is a useful tool for all students

Katie Quick, Staff Member

November 5, 2019

With deadlines approaching quickly, it is important that juniors and seniors know where they can go to get help with applications and where they can go to get financial aid.  One of the opportunities that are available for the students of ...

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