Sequels, Prequels, and Spinoffs: The Growing Unoriginality of the Movie Industry

By Sophie Sebastiani
Recently, the latest installment of the Fast and the Furious franchise, The Fate of the Furious, was released. Most audiences hoped that these movies would end on a tasteful note with Furious 7, which concluded in a heartwarming tribute to Paul Walker who had died before production ended. However, for

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The 2017 Women in STEM Teen Conference 

By Sophie Sebastiani
The second annual Women in STEM Teen Conference was held on April 1, 2017. More than 200 families showed up to participate in the conference. A wide variety of activities were set up for the girls who attended while their parents engaged in a parent workshop. The conference

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ASMS Key Club Attends DCon 2017

By Katherine Carraway
The ASMS key club attended district convention, or DCon, the weekend of March 10-12. The group left school around lunch that Friday and drove two and a half hours to Montgomery with their sponsor Mr. Barry.
While at the convention, the group of students attended workshops, activities, and dance parties.

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Fake News and the Very Real Impact it Has

By Sophie Sebastiani
Fake news. This term has risen in popularity by the rapidity of error-ridden articles flooding the internet. However, another reason for its sudden prevalence is its use by none other than President Donald Trump. His use of the word follows a completely different definition than the one normally

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Student Spotlight: Scott Simpson

By Joshua Buchi
Many new faces showed up the beginning of this year (which tends to happen), many of which you’ve probably come to know well. Among those faces is Scott Simpson, an incoming sophomore from Auburn.
Scott Simpson has had a background that many people at ASMS can probably relate to – practically

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