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How AV civics classes are covering the presidential debates

Sonali Carumbaya | October 8, 2020

The internet is currently rampant with analysis of the presidential debates. And the discussion is being furthered in AVHS classrooms.

Civics teachers are encouraging their students to watch the debates,…

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So police should be defunded…what would that mean?

Trisha Khattar | October 5, 2020

For all that the argument for or against defunding the police can be debated, what it boils down to in the end is this: violence at the hands of the police has reached a point that, as human beings and…

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Book Review: ‘Midnight Sun’
Arts & Entertainment

Mickey Lonner | September 16, 2020

On August 4, 2020, Stephanie Meyer released a new installment in the Twilight Saga—for the first time since 2011. The new novel, Midnight Sun, was met with curiosity from fans and critics alike, and…

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CSU colleges move fall term classes online while others plan for in-person instruction

Lucy Dou | May 26, 2020

On Tuesday May 12th, Chancellor Timothy Chite of California State University announced that this fall, the nation’s largest four-year college system is planning to cancel most in-person classes. Instead,…

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Senior Brent Werder prints masks for community with 3D printer

Soumya Sahay | April 27, 2020

AVHS senior Brent Werder (‘20) has not wasted any time during his stay at home throughout remote learning. While some seniors have been choosing to lay low for their last semester of their high school…

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Medical club DAMC donates homemade masks to local hospitals

Nina Moothedath | April 20, 2020

With the Covid-19 outbreak wearing medical supplies thin, members of Dons Aiding Medical Charities, a club at Amador, spent their spring breaks making homemade masks which they’re donating to hospitals…

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