Mr. Bright Testifies in Support of State-Funded Handgun Training for Teachers

Tara Martin | Web Editor-in-Chief Indiana House Bill 1253 won’t hand your teacher a gun. Indiana House Bill 1253 won’t allow your teacher to carry a gun in school. Indiana House Bill 1253, if passed by Congress, would allocate state funding towards a standardized handgun training program for teachers and school staff across Indiana. American history teacher Aron Bright testified in favor of the bill … Continue reading Mr. Bright Testifies in Support of State-Funded Handgun Training for Teachers

Valentine’s Day at AHS

Sofia Breuer | Reporter Valentine’s Day is a day associated with chocolates and flowers. Couples are shopping for their significant other while single students carry on as if it was any other day. Sophomore Morgan Wittenauer said that Valentine’s Day is an overrated way for companies to make money off relationships. “I think Valentine’s Day is mainly just a way for companies to put a … Continue reading Valentine’s Day at AHS

AHS Students to Attend Stanford and Columbia University

Tara Martin | Web Editor-in-Chief Thirty-four hours for him. Eleven and a half hours for her. Come this fall, seniors Sam Ogunsanya and Dia Gill won’t be just a drive away from home anymore; these two new Avon grads will be moving into dorms on opposite sides of the country. Ogunsanya first considered Stanford University as a freshman in the class Prep for College and … Continue reading AHS Students to Attend Stanford and Columbia University

AHS Model UN Team Embarks on Chicago Trip

Stephen Dumeyer | Reporter The Model UN team will head to their biggest conference of the year this weekend in Chicago. It is also their second to last of the year. “I’m looking forward to participating in committee debates and meeting new people,” Model UN President Dia Gill said. “My committee is going to be discussing corruption in Latin America, as well as science and … Continue reading AHS Model UN Team Embarks on Chicago Trip

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Senior Tyson Harloff Joins Drum Corps, Carolina Crown

By Brannigan Watson|Web Managing Editor Drum Corps International is an organization that holds competitions for drum corps or marching bands around the country June through August. The championships are held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Each corps consists of 150 or less members, they train starting in the spring and tour around the US throughout the summer competing in a number of competitions, finishing … Continue reading Senior Tyson Harloff Joins Drum Corps, Carolina Crown