Welcome Back, Ms. Williams

By Cheyenne Adkinson
As said in a former report, ASMS is proud to welcome 2005 alumni, Meoshe Williams, to the mathematics department.
Ms. Williams received a Bachelor of Science from the Georgia Institution of Technology and Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Southern California. She served as a member

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Student Spotlight: Kimberly Chieh

By Jake Bowden
 
Kimberly Chieh is a third-year senior who has made the most of her time here at ASMS. She is involved in many extracurricular activities, including the Student Government Association, Science Olympiad, and the National Honor Society. Kimberly is from Mobile and previously attended Davidson High School and was

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Two October Haikus

By: Janell Oliver
 
All have been waiting
New weather, Halloween, Fall
October is here
 
Such a great season
Not too hot and not too cold
Nature is changing

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The Best of Hollywood Horror: 14 Scary Movies to Watch Before You Die

By Grace Lanier
I added another movie to this list to avoid unlucky number 13 (and also because I’m a huge movie buff).
The Babadook
Yes, we all know that the Babadook is a gay icon, but the film from which he got his start is a definitely considered a modern cinematographic masterpiece—and

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Social Interaction is Hard

by Katherine Carraway
I know what you’re really wondering: Kath have you gotten yourself into any awkward situations? Have you butchered the German language?  I mean the answer to both of those is yes. (I once used three conjugated verbs in the same sentence because I couldn’t figure out how to

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