ABRHS Bathroom, Fountain, and Staircase Review
The transition from R.J. Grey to ABRHS can be daunting, especially due to the major upgrade in size.
Advice from AB Seniors
School is tough. We learned that the hard way. Here are some things we’d tell our underclassmen selves to make the intellectual journey a lot easier. First, always date your notes. Remember...
The Spectrum: Our Student-Run Newspaper
It’s 3 P.M. on a Thursday afternoon. You’re taking a leisurely stroll in the corridors of Upper South when you hear the overwhelming clacking of keyboards. You follow your ears into Room 152W and find yourself facing a number of fat cat lamps, sleep-deprived students clad in green, and your favorite snacks. You’re intrigued at first glance, as you should be...
Mother Theresa once said, “Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” However, we often lack that initial motivation to start. We tend to procrastinate as an easy escape from our looming problems. Rather than doing our work, we think about what we’re going to do tomorrow...
What I Wish I Knew
Many freshmen entering high school are overwhelmed by the daunting change. However, the transition will certainly go smoother if you know a few things—most of which I did not—going into the start of the year. Once you get settled, freshman year will definitely be memorable...
Building a Chinese Community
When Kate Chang was in second grade at Merriam Elementary School in 1974, she was the only Chinese student in her school. In fact, she found herself to be one of the few minorities of any race...
Spectrum in the '90s
When I asked now-history department chair David Green about his time at The Spectrum, I was struck by the fondness with which he recalled his experience...
CLASS OF 2019: OUR SENIORS' DESTINATIONS