Trojan Journalism

Artist presents to students in front of glass sculpture

April 30, 2019

Artist Alex Hirsch stands in front of her blown glass artwork, "Sky Dance" which is displayed in the Auburn High School commons.  The artwork was commissioned through a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission.  Hirsch...

Student achieves national award at high school journalism convention

November 5, 2018

Junior Alan Martinez won an Honorable Mention for the above photo at the recent JEA/NSPA High School convention in Chicago, Illinois. Martinez was one of only 19 students out of the 6,397 who attended the convention to receive...

Gaming updates for gamers

Alec Acosta-Vega, Staff Writer

January 24, 2017

One of the main hobbies that most people have are playing video games. According to ABC News, “97 percent of young people who responded to the survey said they play video games. Ninety percent are men and ninety four are women...

Act of mercy created the Teddy Bear

Alec Acosta-Vega, Staff Member

January 13, 2017

Before  Theodore Roosevelt became a president, he was a big game hunter. As President, Theodore Roosevelt had a wish to hunt and bring down a bear. In 1902, he was invited to a hunting expedition by Mississippi governor, Andrew...

Coping With Stress

Maria Calvo, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2016

Everyone experiences stress at times: teenagers, adults and even kids. Many things can cause stress, whether it's school, work or just home problems according to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Some stress...

Black Friday and Cyber Monday continue to be blockbuster days for bargains

Maria Calvo, Staff Writer

December 18, 2015

The day after thanksgiving is known as black Friday, where many consider the holiday shopping begins. This day along with cyber Monday have been around for the past decade and has been increasing popularity ever since. Black fri...

Students get a running start on life after high school

Ryan Ducolon, Contributor

December 10, 2015

    Running Start is a program in Washington which enables students in grades 11 and 12 to earn both college credits and high school credits at nearby colleges. At Auburn High School, Running Start permits students...

More students are unable to afford college

Emy Soriano

December 10, 2015

In the United States, college tuition costs more than other countries. With this expensive tuition, many students can’t extend their education beyond a high school diploma. According to Business Insider, “Even if they are...

Homecoming Spirit Week

Homecoming Spirit Week

October 23, 2015

Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts

October 20, 2015

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