The Roaring Times

Teacher creates welcoming community

Tatyanna Shanklin, Editor-in Chief

April 17, 2019

Impacting the lives of the college bound is what AVID teacher Yvonne Molina does best, and this is why she is this month’s Teacher of the Month. Molina graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara with her ...

Boys volleyball wins

April 17, 2019

Swim teams win

April 17, 2019

Softball posts victory

April 17, 2019

Theater to bring ’Crucible’ to AHS Theater stage

Delia Gallardo, Reporter

October 31, 2018

By Delia Gallardo Reporter   A play about the pressures of society and how far lies can go will be presented during the holiday season in a thrilling show right here on campus.               “The Crucible” wi...

Volleyball isn’t just for girls

Annica Ortega, Photography Editor

March 22, 2018

When you first think of volleyball, many people think of girls serving and hitting a ball over the net, but Coach  Brittany Harvey has decided to break that gender role by making an official AHS boys volleyball team. A new...

Student shines in band solos

Ashlee Stamp, Humans of Arlington Editor

January 30, 2018

Individuality is something that every high school student strives to have. Senior Litzy Zaragoza knows all about being unique, being the only one to play piccolo in our school’s band. Since the fifth grade Zaragoza has been...

Lions to ‘unplug’ at Daily Brew

Evan Rodriguez, News Editor

December 6, 2017

Ready to get groovy at the Brew? This year’s brand new Music Culture Club is hosting the first ever “Lions Unplugged” event. Taking the name from MTV’s own “MTV Unplugged” students will be able to showcase their...

Holiday concerts to bring out spirit of season

Tatiana Barrios, Sports Editor

November 27, 2017

The holidays are just around the corner, so what other way to spend it than at a place full of wonderful holiday music! If your favorite holiday music is the classic instrumental and choir performances, visiting the Walt Disney...

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