Uncomfortable or uninformed?

My week journalistically speaking was a mix of receiving feedback from our February issue and celebrating Scholastic Journalism Week with daily posts that explain why student journalism matters and is so...

#OscarsSoWhite explained

(Image above) “Creed,” with Michael B. Jordan, left, and Sylvester Stallone, who received an Oscar nomination for his performance in this film about black lives. (Photo courtesy  of Warner Bros....

Cyber-bystanding

Cyberbullying is a familiar concept to most TAS students. Our principals have previously addressed issues regarding anonymous messages on fairly popular social media site Ask.fm. In fact, the school actually...

IASAS 2016: Season 2 Roundup

(Photo courtesy: https://www.flickr.com/photos/139541554@N02/)Day 3 (FINAL RESULTS):TennisFinal: Girls 5th, Boys 3rdBasketballFinal: Girls 4th, Boys 3rdTouch/RugbyFinal: Girls 6th, Boys 3rdSwimFinal: Girls...

Getting to know Mr. Kiang

His emails about IT updates usually sign off with “Thanks and have a wonderful day!” But who is the guy behind those emails? What is Mr. Kiang,  IT wizard-extraordinaire, really like? Mr. Kiang’s...

Stand up for school spirit

TAS isn’t a bad school; in fact, it’s a great school. We hold titles for a multitude of things including robotics, math, science, and sports. We have resources that most other American high schools don’t...