The World Surrounding Corona

The World Surrounding Corona

Ellory Brossette, Editor In Chief

September 4, 2020

 Since the start of quarantine, facing world issues has seemed harder to avoid than ever. At the same time, with Covid-19 consistently keeping the world on edge, it seems some issues have gone somewhat quiet. Though it’s important to stay updated on the effects of the virus throughout the nation...

Biden picks Harris as V.P. and each party held conventions

Vice president mike pence speaks in front of a crowd at the white house during the 2020 republican national convention

September 3, 2020

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden announced his decision to select democratic Sen. Kamala Harris as his potential Vice President in August. Harris is the fourth woman in American history to be on a major political party ticket, along with Geraldine Ferraro, Sarah P...

How to Give Back During the Holidays

How to Give Back During the Holidays

Ellory Brossette, Local, State and National

December 17, 2019

As we go about the stress and hardships of our every day lives, it’s not difficult to forget just how blessed we are. Giving back is a great way to practice being grateful, and the holidays offer a great opportunity to do so. Here are some ways to give back this holiday season. Volunteer at a lo...

Happy Native American Heritage Month

Happy Native American Heritage Month

Ariah Whitlow, Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2019

Since Aug. 3, 1990, the month of November is known as Native American Heritage month. This month is here to celebrate and acknowledge the culture of our worlds first inhabitants. Native Americans have brought many contributions to our nation and continue to make a huge impact among all of us. Native...

Hi Freshmen, Welcome to High School

Hi Freshmen, Welcome to High School

Daniella Alfonso

September 26, 2019

It's a new school year and nearly one thousand new faces are starting the journey that is freshman year. Since coming straight from middle school, these ninth graders have a lot to adjust to and many new challenges to face. "Atascocita is so big that [freshmen] are often overwhelmed with the size...

Let Love In

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

February 15, 2019

To most, Valentine’s Day is a celebration of the love we have for our friends, family, and most of all, significant others. Unfortunately, while this may seem like nothing but a positive event, with all good things comes a little bit of darkness. The darkness in this case is one that is often pushed...

The 2018 Midterm Elections

Ellory Brossette, Local, State, and National

November 16, 2018

Although America normally has no issue finding something to argue about, it seems most of us can agree that the Midterm Elections of 2018 have been like no other. It’s no surprise that the midterms were not only the most prioritized topic of press and media for several weeks, but as well as this, the...

Gone but Never Forgotten

Ellory Brossette

September 6, 2018

Unfortunately, the past 2 months for the students and staff at Atascocita High School have involved a great deal of mourning due to the loss of students Chloe Robison and Salma Gomez, and one of our wonderful teachers, Monique Zibi. Students, parents, and teachers are currently mourning the loss of...