REGAINING VICTORY, HAFS LACROSSE STRIKERS

On May 22nd, the 2016 High School Lacrosse Tournament for girls was held. The day was hot, and there was no wind passing by. At 9 o’ clock, the girls met each other and began to warm up. They line drilled, which is passing balls while running in a line, and started to get used…

TWICE’S NEW ALBUM KEEPS SOCIAL NETWORKERS “SHY SHY SHY”

The phenomenal K-Pop group “Twice” is back with its second album, “Page Two.” Like the group’s first album “The Story Begins”, “Page Two” has turned Twice once again into a nationwide sensation with its signature track, “Cheer Up.” People just cannot stop listening to the song’s catchy tune, or stop dancing along to its energetic…

MANITO, DID YOU KNOW?

There are various of events and campaigns in HAFS throughout the year, but one of the most popular events that students wait for is the Manito event that happens twice a year. It is also one of the biggest event that is held by the Student Council’s Department of Event Planning. Manito means “secret friend”…

WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS YEAR’S AP?

Advanced placements, or APs in short, are the enemy to international course students for the month of May. They are examinations that test a student’s academic ability of basic college-level knowledge across the specific subject. Qualification can range from 1 to 5, 5 being the highest. Taking place across 2 long weeks, it is normally…

TEACHER’S DAY EVENTS WARM TEACHERS’ HEARTS

On May 13th, students prepared Teacher’s Day events for their homeroom teachers. Although the actual Teacher’s Day is May 15th, most students decided to celebrate it beforehand because the actual day was on a Sunday. Students filled the board with thank you messages, prepared letters, small cake, and snacks, and decorated the classrooms with balloons.…