Melissa Chang: aspiring engineer

By the time Melissa Chang (‘18) was 12 years old, she knew what she wanted to do for life: become an engineer.  But when she told this to two relatives at an extended family gathering, they scoffed. "You...

Girls soccer makes IASAS history

The TAS IASAS girls soccer team won a silver medal, their second in a row. Their championship game was cancelled due to thunderstorms, putting TAS in second place based upon round-robin point rankings....

Students innovate at NOVA

One man's trash is another man's treasure. Rose Hsu (‘18), Whitney Tran (‘18), Thomas Chen (‘18), and Sean Chen (‘18) stood in front of a whiteboard, trying to come up with 100 new product ideas in 15...
Photo courtesy of TAS Yearbook

Opinion: I hate Field Day

I'm sorry. Please understand. “People like winning. They like feeling happy,” says Keanne Chang (‘19) when she explains the appeal of Field Day to me. I am not “people”. I could not care less about...