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Post Malone at Music Fest

Gracie Greer, Staff

May 18, 2018


Filed under News

Post Malone Beale Street Music Fest Over the past weekend, May 4th- May 6th, many talented musical artists preformed at Memphis’s own Beale Street Music Festival. The festival draws in crowds of people each year from all over the country. Every May thousands of fans come to see their favorite performers,...

Grace Medical Donates 3D Printer to AHS STEM

Grace Medical Donates 3D Printer to AHS STEM

Will Evans, Editor In Chief

May 15, 2018


Filed under ACS News, AHS News, Showcase

On May 10, Grace Medical, a global market for ENT and products to treat disorders of the ear, nose and throat donated a FormLabs 1+ 3D printer to Arlington High School’s STEM program.  This printer uses the creation program SolidWorks, the same program STEM students will be working towards for their...

Beale street music festival.

May 9, 2018


Filed under News

Memphis in May has been going on since the early 70s and one part of this month of tons of events is the Beale Street Music Festival. This past weekend Lincoln Park in Downtown Memphis was the hot spot for 2018 Beale Street Music Festival. This years line up was packed with some current and old school...

ATV is getting revamped

Austin Nuchols, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under ACS News, AHS News, News

Arlington’s Television Program is going to be completely revamped for next school year, multiple changes are coming to the show. The biggest of all are the new sets, which were recently completed. The new sets feature controllable lighting, with multiple TVs that can be used to display graphics and...

Eruption in Hawaii

Blake Dorsey, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under National and International News

Hawaii’s famous Kilauea Volcano erupted Thursday. It sent red molten lava through the forest land and bubbled up on paved streets. Officials couldn’t say how long the eruption would last, but the damage and changes that its brought upon the island can be seen quite clearly in the picture. Nea...

North Korea moves forward with the South Koreans

Austin Nuchols, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under National and International News, News

The Korean Peninsula has been under a storm recently with multiple diplomatic meetings occurring between North Korean officials and the South Korean Government. This comes after years of little to no diplomatic ties between the two countries. The North Korean government seems to genuinely want to make...

Cohen’s Phones Tapped

Blake Dorsey, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under National and International News

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s longtime personal attorney, is still under investigation after he apparently paid an adult film star to allegedly have an affair with Trump. It has just been uncovered that Cohen’s phone calls have been tapped for an unknown amount of time. It has been announced th...

The Pitamarcan Rainbow

Blake Dorsey, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under National and International News

In Pitamarca, Peru, multicolored sediments that have been there for millions of years now cover the ridge and is now a popular tourist attraction. There are stripes of turquoise, lavender, and gold now that blanket the ridge and create a truly beautiful sight. People now call it “Rainbow Mountain...

General Announcements 5/4

Abby Martin, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under Announcements

- There will be a Key Club meeting on Monday, May 7th after school in Room 115. - Seniors last day is today May 4th, if you aren’t taking any AP or regular exams, you can turn in your iPads to the library all day today. If you have to take exams you can turn them in next week as well. Make sure...

Paris May Day Protests

Blake Dorsey, Staff

May 4, 2018


Filed under National and International News

May Day protests in Paris turned violent and ended with over 100 people arrested and six cars were torched. Protesters also smashed a McDonald’s restaurant and vandalized things all over the city. The protesters were a mix of random civilians and a left anarchist group known as the Black Blocs. ...

General Announcements 5-3-18

Jalen Barker, Staff

May 3, 2018


Filed under Announcements

Key Club is collecting Clorox wipes, Lysol sprays, trash bags, and bath soap from now until May 11th. All benefits Hope House, a home for those suffering with HIV and AIDS. Please drop off donations to room 115. The MEC Scholarship is now taking applications. Open to seniors pursuing the fine arts....

The 2017-2018 School Year is Almost Over

Hayden Leslie, Assistant to the Asst. Editor-In-Chief

May 3, 2018


Filed under News

Your AHS 2017-2018 school year is coming to a close. It’s been quite the interesting year for the Arlington Fine Arts Department. They’ve been working hard to prepare for next year with the new addition of the Pave Academy. It will redefine the fine arts program here at AHS and give Arlington students...

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