Trojan Journalism

Troy Time is introduced to students and staff

Elizabeth Kustyukov, Staff Writer

November 13, 2018

AHS introduced TROY Time to students and staff in the beginning of the school year. TROY Time is a 30-minute, homeroom-like period during the day. At this time, students can seek teacher support, set goals and learn more about ...

Conner aces national sports writing competition

November 5, 2018

At the recent national JEA/NSPA high school journalism convention held in Chicago, Illinois, junior Jackson Conner received an excellent rating in Sports Writing.  The convention was attended by 6,397 students from the United...

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...

AHS band jams to the beat

Alec Acosta-Vega, Co-Editor

October 15, 2018

Photos by Alec Acosta-Vega Auburn High School band participated in the Auburn Band Jam on Wednesday, Oct. 3, along with the district's other high schools and middle schools, bringing together more than 200 students on the f...

Students testify for their First Amendment rights

January 24, 2017

  On Thursday, January 19, three journalism students traveled with Mr. Kaup and Mrs. Fern Valentine to Olympia to testify in favor of the Senate Bill 5064 sponsored by Senator Joe Fain (R) of Auburn.  The bill woul...

Fight for press freedom bill begins in Olympia

Karla Cardenas, Yearbook Staff

January 13, 2017

       Many of us know the United States to be the land of the brave and the free. The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.” Why don’t...

School spirit soars during special week

Maria Calvo, News Reporter

May 3, 2016

Auburn High School, like any other high school, has spirit weeks. This has been a tradition at Auburn High, but how much students are doing to keep this tradition can be contested. Over the years, Spirit Week is just not a thing...

Islamaphobia on the rise in the United States

Aiden Ochoa, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2016

Within recent weeks, especially with the mass coverage of the Paris attacks, an atypical increase in hate crimes aimed at Muslims has become exceedingly apparent. Some incidents of these hate crimes are various people receiving...

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