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Should America Refuge Illegal Immigrants?

Should America Refuge Illegal Immigrants?

Connor Laubach, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Undoubtedly, one of the most controversial topics of discussion in the world of politics is the debate regarding illegal immigration. Not only could conservatives and liberals throughout the country be more polarized on the topic, but the issue itself is symbolic of the terrible political divide in th...

Fashion At Adams

Fashion At Adams

Josie Wenzell, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

One of the major ways people express themselves is through the clothes they wear.   Some spend thirty minutes picking out an outfit, while others spend 30 seconds. The room for individuality in clothing is endless. Students at Adams represent this individuality and differentiation with wardrobe c...

DECA Prepares for States

DECA Prepares for States

Sophia Tecson, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Fifty-two medals were earned by Adams DECA students at the District 7 Conference on January 13. Adding to this success, 29 students from Adams qualified to attend the Michigan DECA State Career Development Conference. The state conference will take place March 9 through 11 at Cobo Center in Detroit,...

Spanish Club Participates in Pulsera Project

Spanish Club Participates in Pulsera Project

Bianca Dumitrescu, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

This is the second year that the Spanish Club has participated in The Pulsera Project. The Pulsera Project is a fundraiser selling bracelets, or “pulseras”, which are handmade by Nicaraguan and Guatemalan artisans. The Spanish Club has sold them at all three lunches from February 5 to 16. Each bra...

Student Spotlight: Dog Edition

Student Spotlight: Dog Edition

Abby Stone, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

A man’s best friend. A phrase everyone knows which is about none other than the furriest friendliest creatures on the planet: dogs. Dogs play a significant role in countless people’s lives, especially student’s here at Adams High School. From small to large, purebreds to mixes, young to old, an...

Grab a Book

Grab a Book

Lexi Borraccio, Staff Writer

March 5, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Students at Adams create new clubs every year. With the right amount of people joining and the ambition to start something new, it can easily be done. This year Charlotte Arkwright started Adams’ first book club, and it goes along with the Battle of the Books. Arkwright has a love for reading and...

Spartan Town in Hot Water

Spartan Town in Hot Water

Madison Lucido, Staff Writer

March 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The name Larry Nassar has been no stranger to the public over the past few months. The former gymnastics doctor has had 265 women come forward and claim that he sexually abused them. Since Nassar’s sentencing Monday, January 24, many have directed their attention to Michigan State University (M...

The Scandalous Suicide of Salling

The Scandalous Suicide of Salling

Elise Delikat, Editor

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Showcase

It has recently been announced that the star of the award-winning Fox show, Glee, has recently passed. Mark Salling, who played Noah “Puck” Puckerman on the popular TV show, committed suicide at the age of 35 on January 30 after pleading guilty to possesion of child pornagraphy. Leading up to Salling’s suicide, Los Angeles Police...

For The First Time In A Long Time

For The First Time In A Long Time

Caroline Guglielmetti, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports

February 23, 2018, at Seaholm High School, was a thrilling event for the boys swim team. The coaches Tim Hickey and Steve Larson lead the team to victory along with the dive coach Natalie Torano. In the days leading up to the major meet, the swimmers worked very hard on perfecting their events and ...

A Longer Mid-Winter Break Means More R&R

A Longer Mid-Winter Break Means More R&R

Mira Patel, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Is two-days enough time to classify a break as a wellness weekend? Although it is a good thing that Rochester Community Schools views the health of kids, teachers, and families as a priority, many feel that two days away from the stress of high school is not enough in the way of "getting well". ...

Snapchat Crashes and Burns

Snapchat Crashes and Burns

Madison Lucido, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

In this day and age, technology is all that matters to most kids. Back in 2003, MySpace ruled the internet and was the website where teens and young adults could post about their hobbies, music taste, and more. However, nowadays, Snapchat is the new outlet for teens. The ability to send pictures to friends, p...

Art Programs in a National Decline

Art Programs in a National Decline

Samantha Moilanen, Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Art offers students around the world and at Adams High School the opportunity to express themselves through a variety of forms such as: photography, painting, drawing, music, dance, theatre, and writing for generations. Many of the most creative minds in America discover artistic abilities through art prog...

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