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Senior Spotlight: Lea Staller shows stellar academic promise

The AT student body is very competitive. Have you ever wondered what it’s like being at the top of your class? Lea Staller is currently number one in her class. She has taken thirteen AP courses throughout her high school career and has participated in many extracurricular activities while balancing school work and personal hardships. …

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AT boys basket ball team crowds around the basket as the opposing team goes for a free throw. The team is working to make its way to the Regional Championship. Photo courtesy of Tiffany Zaremba

Basketball team faces challenges of replacing several grads

The AT boys basketball team began its season toward the beginning of November and is currently working toward creating a team that can make its way to the Regional Championship.  The boys basketball Blazers began the season with their first practice on Nov. 7, where they began to practice for a holiday tournament that they …

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Addison is beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Every family that decorates a tree for the holidays has their own special traditions. Ornaments are important to every Christmas tree, whether they are bought a week before, or hold sentimental value. A Christmas tree without special decorations is practically a glorified house plant. Some families will buy different ornaments every year, but most commonly …

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Not all cliches are gospel… Money can buy happiness

There are many different cliches used in our everyday life. One common cliche is, “Money can’t buy happiness.” The phrase is supposed to insight the idea that happiness comes from within yourself, and not material possessions.  This is not something that is entirely the truth. While anyone from any financial background can be a relatively …

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Seal of Biliteracy highlights students who speak two languages

AT has a ton of different possibilities and opportunities for its students. One of the most important opportunities is the Seal of Biliteracy, but a lot of students may not know exactly what the Seal of Biliteracy is.  Amanda Robles, the World Language Department Chair said,  “The Seal of Biliteracy is a credential that can …

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People who like music by the Eagles may also like Pickleball

Pickleball is currently America’s fastest-growing sport in terms of popularity. The number of people playing pickleball grew by 40 percent between 2019 and 2021. The sport takes upon elements from other sports such as tennis, badminton, and ping pong.  The question we are all trying to answer is, why is Pickleball suddenly such a popular …

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Olivia Wilde disappoints with new movie ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

Feature Editor, Maria Zapata Olivia Wilde is the Director of one of the most anticipated movies of 2022, “Don’t Worry Darling.” When the cast list came out, fans were ecstatic to find ‘midsommar’s’ Florence Pugh and singer Harry Styles as leads. This project started filming in October 2020. Don’t Worry Darling takes place in a …

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