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Song of The Week: Softie by Brakence
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Song of The Week: Softie by Brakence
February 2, 2023

https://youtu.be/G1_TYKqh_TI

Mind the Gap: Should a Significant Age Gap Be a Cause for Worry?
Mind the Gap: Should a Significant Age Gap Be a Cause for Worry?
Frances Robertson, Feature Writer • January 23, 2023
Power imbalances can happen in relationships of any kind, but data shows that those with large age gaps are more at risk to this phenomenon. In a study by the University of Virginia, it was found that wider age gaps were associated with more frequent emotional and physical victimization and higher odds of unwanted sexual behavior. 
Why Is Being Girly Uncool?
Why Is Being Girly Uncool?
Frances Robertson, Writer • October 28, 2022
But as I aged, I realized the term “girly-girl” was said only with a negative connotation and string of insults. Girly wasn’t cool. Girly wasn’t smart. Girly wasn’t strong. So I shed my dresses for basketball shorts and swapped my favorite color from pink to blue. My tomboy stage was in full swing by the time I was ten. 
AHS Drama Class Presents: How The Grinch Stole Christmas
AHS Drama Class Presents: How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Eden Carroccino, Staff Writer • December 16, 2022
The stage was decorated with various Christmas-themed embellishments, giving a warm and welcoming feel to the school’s auditorium as students gathered for the performance.
Song of The Week for 1/23/23: Imagine by John Lennon
Song of The Week for 1/23/23: Imagine by John Lennon
Ajo Staff January 23, 2023

https://youtube.com/watch?v=VOgFZfRVaww&si=EnSIkaIECMiOmarE

Gingerbread Smiles with PreK
Rachel Casacca, Staff Contributor • December 15, 2022
Check out their gingerbread houses below, along with all their beautiful smiles.
Pre-K Fun: Im not a turkey, I am a...
Pre-K Fun: I'm not a turkey, I am a...
Rona Cotay, Guest Contributor • December 9, 2022
As we know, Thanksgiving is a stressful time for turkeys so the pre-k students helped disguise Tom the Turkey so he wouldn't be eaten.
Meet Milo!
Meet Milo!
Donna Chinchillas, Guest Contributor • November 22, 2022
Meet Archie!
Meet Archie!
Mr. Sain, Publisher • November 2, 2022
Fun Artistic Game for All Ages: Mr. Squiggle
Fun Artistic Game for All Ages: Mr. Squiggle
Ajo Staff January 22, 2023

Mr. Squiggle

Who Needs Some Good News?
Who Needs Some Good News?
From The Week January 22, 2023

Here's the link: Good News for the Week of 1/19/23

Luckys Last Run
Lucky's Last Run
From Runner's World December 6, 2022
One dog and two complete strangers set out to run across America. Over some 3,000 miles and 101 days, the strangers shared stories of ambition, addiction, dreams, and fate. But one thing they never discussed: the worst day of the trip, which they knew was coming.
These Lines
These Lines
Lethe, Paying for Oxygen • January 25, 2023

A table turned Left on its own Yet to be set back up These lines mean nothing again   I twist and scream Yearning for...

Ending of a Story
Ending of a Story
Abriana Valdez, Jacob Montijo, Marina Martinez, and Ariana Rendon January 12, 2023
Short Film: On the Day the World Ends
Short Film: On the Day the World Ends
Advanced ELA Students, Guest Contributors • January 19, 2023
This is a short film made as an English class project, based on the poem "A Song on the End of the World" by Czeslaw Milosz. Group members: Eden Carroccino, Andy Hammett, Crimzyn Leonard, and Morgan Olsen.
Political Cartoon: Election Day
Political Cartoon: Election Day
Martha Calderon, Staff Contributor • December 7, 2022

It Ends With Us: The Dark Truth Behind How Love May Blind You
It Ends With Us: The Dark Truth Behind How Love May Blind You
Jasmine Lizarraga, Contributor • January 13, 2023
Hoover wanted to show us all how morally questionable domestic violence can be when true, passionate love is at issue. I think that Hoover created this book with the intention of introducing this viewpoint into the new adult category.
Sofia Coppolas Directorial Debut: A Look at the Harrowing Lives of Five Teenage Sisters
Sofia Coppola's Directorial Debut: A Look at the Harrowing Lives of Five Teenage Sisters
Eden Carroccino, Writer, Artist • November 14, 2022
The girls are sheltered, being raised by strict, religious parents, though these traits seem to fall more heavily on the mother. Their father is a math teacher, and the girls receive public schooling; however, they are not shown to have any sort of social life, their spare time spent within the confines of the home. The sisters’ ages range from 13-17, each a year apart, however they seem to have been stripped of their own autonomy and independence, controlled by their upbringing.  
A young woman looks at her reflection in the mirror with sadness. Body Dysmorphic Disorder concept. Vector illustration
Letter For My Future Self
Martha Calderon, Writer • January 11, 2023
Many times I get carried away by the labels that others put on me, and I make myself believe that they are all true. I guess that happens since I still don't know myself at all. Or maybe, because throughout my life, I have always been surrounded by people who have tried to shape me according to their pleasure.
Art
Isnt It Beautiful
Isn't It Beautiful
Carol Morales, Guest Artist • December 15, 2022

Winter Wonderland
Winter Wonderland
Mayrin Campa, Guest Artist • December 15, 2022

Blog #2: A Race Against Time
Blog #2: A Race Against Time
Emma Garcia, Blogger • November 16, 2022

 Does time even exist? If you really think about it, has time always been here or is it something we just made up and kept going along with...

Blog #1: Rainy Days
Blog #1: Rainy Days
Emma Garcia, Blogger • October 31, 2022
Everything is calm and peaceful, like a soft light rain on a Friday afternoon, after school where you can relax and not have to worry about anything. You can just put your headphones in and lay on your bed and relax or you can read a book, maybe go for a walk.
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Jessi Hoover, Guest Writer • November 7, 2022
She looked at her own body, her face, the tell tale bulge of a bag under her eyes and the beginnings of…crinkles on the skin around her eyes, mouth and forehead. Neil remembered in that moment she had entered a new decade of life this year. The thirties. He saw this woman he found so beautiful, this industrious, independent and wonderfully capable woman, tear herself down, to pieces, defining herself by the imperfections that marked her human, mother, wife.
Wont Let Magazines Shape My Body
Won't Let Magazines Shape My Body
Dayany Acosta, Guest Contributor • December 5, 2022
What's your story? We want to know. But here's the catch...you only get six words to tell us! Write your memoir and submit it to your journalism staff.
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