• Experience Great Falls

    Experience Great Falls

    Erin Johnson, Weekend Editor

    July 16, 2014

    Enhance your summer fun with 800 acres of pure beauty with Virginia's own, Great Falls National Park! Great Falls is only 15 miles away from our nation's capital and it offers some of the most beautiful features that Mother Nature has to offer. The park is home to the Potomac River, multiple hiking trails, viewing docks, vast... READ MORE »»

  • World Cup at National Harbor

    World Cup at National Harbor

    Erin Johnson, Weekend Editor

    July 4, 2014

    Experience the Fifa World Cup on one of the biggest screens in the DMV! National Harbor has set up a screen directly in front of the water and whenever a World Cup game is on, National Harbor plays it. In front of the screen is a huge patch of fake grass, which serves as a seating area for all spectators. Spectators are welcome... READ MORE »»

  • Get a glowing skin with a banana face mask

    Get a glowing skin with a banana face mask

    Nancy Evora, Health Editor

    July 2, 2014

    Ingredients you will use: - A banana -One egg white -One tablespoon curd How to prepare it : 1)First, mash the banana in a clean bowl ( preferable only half of the banana) until you get a mass. 2) Using your fingers take the egg white out of the shell and put it in a bowl. 3) Mix... READ MORE »»

    Banana used for the face mask.

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  • The A-Blast through the decades

    The A-Blast through the decades

    Phuong Nguyen , Editorials Editor

    June 19, 2014

    The A-Blast Newspaper has strive to deliver the best in news to the AHS community since 1954. Here are 15 memorable feature pages and content from years passed.

    AHS and Four Year Run in 1975.

  • IB Film Festival delivers its best films in years

    IB Film Festival delivers its best films in years

    Bailey Oliver, Arts Editor

    June 11, 2014

    Students from the IB film classes held their annual IB Film Festival, marking the fifteenth consecutive year of the festival. The amount and variety of films was diverse, ranging from thrillers, comedies, horror, documentaries and parody. The top film of the night, as chosen by the judges, was The Lonely Road, by Noah... READ MORE »»

    Photo courtesy of Emma and James Barker

IB Film Festival delivers its best films in years

IB Film Festival delivers its best films in years

Bailey Oliver, Arts Editor

Students from the IB film classes held their annual IB Film Festival, marking the fifteenth consecutive year of the festival. The amount and variety of films was diverse, ranging from thrillers, comedies, horror, documentaries and parody. The top film of the night, as chosen by the judges, was The Lonely Road, by Noah Wolfenstein, Stephen...  Read More »

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Students breaking Amish

Students breaking Amish

Chelsea Alfonso and Nuhami Mandefro

AHS's IB Anthroplogy class got the opportunity to visit an Amish community. Both Anthropology teachers, Lindsay Zurawski and Holly Miller were able to organize a field trip...  Read More »

May 5, 2014 • 0 comments

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Woodrow Wison HS students hold rally

Woodrow Wison HS students hold rally

Jarod Golub, Co-Editor in Chief

This Monday I went to a protest in the Northwest area of the District of Columbia. Upwards of 300 students, alumni, and community members gathered in front of Woodrow Wilson...  Read More »

June 11, 2014 • 0 comments

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Roommate Revelation

Roommate Revelation

Cayley Byrne and Alexandra Zernik

  Senior James Barker, a future Montclair State University student, posted on his college’s page and in a matter of time he was in contact...  Read More »

May 27, 2014 • 0 comments

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Experience Great Falls

Experience Great Falls

Erin Johnson, Weekend Editor

Enhance your summer fun with 800 acres of pure beauty with Virginia's own, Great Falls National Park! Great Falls is only 15 miles away from our nation's capital and it offers...  Read More »

July 16, 2014 • 0 comments

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The A-Blast through the decades

AHS and Four Year Run in 1975.

The A-Blast through the decades

Phuong Nguyen , Editorials Editor

The A-Blast Newspaper has strive to deliver the best in news to the AHS community since 1954. Here are 15 memorable feature pages and content from years passed. [gallery...  Read More »

June 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Long Term Indian Connection

Long Term Indian Connection

Andrew Peters, In-Depth Editor

I just returned from India. My mother, sister, and I traveled with Compassion International on a Sponsor Tour to visit our sponsored child of twelve years. Mano and I are...  Read More »

April 22, 2014 • 0 comments

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Who Am I?

Who Am I?

Kiara Patino, People Editor

I majored in Mathematics and Secondary Education I went to the University of Maryland I grew up in Long Island, New York In my spare time I play and watch sports,...  Read More »

April 1, 2014 • 0 comments

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