Author: The Graphic Administrator

A fresh start for The Goldbug

The ARHS yearbook, or as it’s more commonly known, “The Goldbug,” has been published for almost 100 years and has featured themes ranging from Pirates and Exploration to Science-Fiction and Space. While technology education...

JETS: teamwork and fun

On March 16, 2019, eight teams of ARHS students jumped into a one-day competition against each other on the new and budding topic of artificial intelligence relating to neuroscience. JETS (The Junior Engineering and...

Kaiju: Ramen. Barbecue. Monsters.

When most people hear the word “ramen,” bright red and orange packages stacked in supermarket aisles appear in their mind. However, a new and authentic ramen restaurant recently opened up that takes those noodles...

Paraeducator love-bombs

Paraeducators are an integral part of the school community. Typically, they are assigned to specific students in need of additional academic or emotional support, but they often move beyond their stated role. There are...

Hard work pays off for ARHS track at Nationals

Senior Sophia Jacobs-Townsley took third in the nation running the 5K, and Junior Pontes da Veiga, Isaiah Moyston, Ben Fang, and Kai Bailin were also on top of the world, after coming in fifth...

Making goals, on ice and off

The Amherst co-ed ice hockey team had a record of 16 wins and 5 losses, in yet another great season. Though they lost in their playoff game for the Western Mass championship on Saturday...

‘Swim family’ making strides

The ARHS girls’ swim team has had a strong season, led by co-captains Vianka Acosta-McKenzie, Maggie Thibault, and Sophie Schilling. Acosta-McKenzie’s swim team is coached by Jen Albertine. Acosta-McKenzie said that her love for...