The A-Blast

Arabian Night

Katie Pope, photo editor
April 12, 2018
Arabic teacher Ola Layaly bonds with her students over shared traditions, religion and background.

This is why most of your teachers are white

Aseal Saed, Editorials Editor
September 13, 2016
With the cancellation of Heritage Night, AHS’s diversity will not receive the appreciation and recognition that it deserves. Students and parents alike enjoyed performances such as “Welcome to Our Motherland” sponsored by Tricia Kapuskinski. This one of many popular acts that helped increase awareness for other students’ cultures at last years festival.

Heritage Night should continue

Omnia Saed, Editorials Editor
February 12, 2013

Five ways AHS changes us

Noah Fitzgerel, In-Depth Editor
August 30, 2012
The foreign language hall display illustrates how cultures are involved in our education and curricula.

Many factors affect identity

Noah Fitzgerel, In-Depth Editor
August 30, 2012
Several Acorners and I on the porch of Heartwood, the main building.

A recap of community

K.L. Hoang, In-Depth Editor
August 24, 2012

Visiting Acorn Community

K.L. Hoang, In-Depth Editor
July 27, 2012
Sophomore Rani Bhangu is performing the classical Indian dance Kathak. This is Bhangu’s second year performing at Heritage Night. She says that she has been practicing for the performance since November. Bhangu also takes dance lessons to prepare for the annual event.

Practicing for Heritage Night

Christine Tamir, Copy Editor
February 28, 2012
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