Trojan Journalism

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...

Auburn school district takes good care of new teachers

Seleen Love, Staff

November 5, 2019

The new teachers came this fall to replace teachers who retired or had switched schools. This year AHS welcomed fifteen new teachers. The teachers who are new this year teach subjects from Math, Jewelry, APEX-online coursewor...

Shooting in Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Kassie Elliott, Newspaper Staff

June 5, 2019

School shootings have been a major topic lately with how many of them have been occurring. It is an act some people are performing when they want to get back at someone or something. The most recent one happened in Colorado with...

Siblings find positive and negative results at school

Abby Chambers, Staff

May 3, 2019

When asked if they liked having a sibling at school, freshman Sarah Rutikanga, answered, “Yeah because it’s fun when they know the same people and you can all hang out together.”  Many students at AHS have a sibling(s) at sc...

Students and staff echo Seattle sentiments

Zane Caplan, Newspaper Staff

May 3, 2019

As Seattle continues to grow at a remarkable pace, many of its problems remain unfixed. Residents of Western Washington share varying positive and negative opinions about our huge city. In a survey given out on the Auburn High Sch...

Guest Column: YOU are YOU.

Sara Tillia, Sophomore

May 2, 2019

If you ever feel like killing yourself because of who you are, Please; Don't Do it. People don't have the right to tell you who you are. It doesn't matter if your transgender, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or all in one person. YOU...

Homeless want to know someone cares

Asia Norman, Staff Writer

January 24, 2017

Homelessness is something that we as students don't think of that often, but the hard truth that we have to face is that there are more than 4,500 unsheltered or homeless people in Seattle, and 352 homeless in Auburn according...

Dress code continues to be a hot topic

Jorge Hoolahan, Managing Editor

December 10, 2015

          The school dress code is and always will be a hot topic of discussion, because there are constant changes in our society of what we deem is and isn’t acceptable. Not only...

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