Teen Pulse

  • Youth Activity Center Schedule 11-9-14


    Youth Activity Center Schedule


    Monday: Popsicle stick scarecrow


    Tuesday: Activity Center closed for Veteran’s Day 


    Wednesday: Movies and munchies


    Thursday: Marbled shavings creme leaves


    Friday: Los Alamos — Lego contest; White Rock — Four Square

  • Fundraising dinner to benefit Students for Life

    Students for Life of Los Alamos will be having a fundraising dinner from 6-7:30 p.m. Nov. 22 at Crossroads Bible Church.  Lauren Castillo of Students for Life of America will be speaking. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids ages 5-10 and free for kids under 5. Contact Tom Hanlon at tomedhanlon@gmail.com for details.

  • Word on the Street 11-9-14


    Teen Pulse staff writer Tom Hanlon asked students: “What is the best place to hang out in Los Alamos?”

  • Local experts offer insight at career fair

     At times being a student at Los Alamos High School can be stressful. From advanced placement and honors classes to extracurricular activities, it becomes easy to forget how fortunate students are to be in such a resourceful town. 

    For example, multiple colleges come to visit LAHS every week, teachers and coaches make it easy for students to excel, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory provides a myriad of opportunities for students. On Monday, LAHS held an informative career fair. It was a reminder of the opportunities being a student in Los Alamos provides.

    Although time constraints limited the number of presentations one could attend, all the presentations had a few things in common. First, keeping your social media clean is key to successfully applying for college and careers. 

  • Happy Halloween
  • Lewis and Todd 11-2-14
  • Youth Activity Center Schedule 11-2-14


    Youth Activity Center Schedule


    Monday: Birthday board


    Tuesday: Ping pong


    Wednesday: Movies and munchies


    Thursday: Candy corn bingo


    Friday: Staff’s choice game/activity


  • Word on the Street 11-2-14


    Teen Pulse staff writer Katherine Wang asked students, “If you could run for county councilor what would you change?”

  • Unicycling gaining popularity at LAHS


    If you have ever looked at those able to balance on just one wheel with envy, then you are not alone. Maxwell Hermann recently started a unicycling club at Los Alamos High School. 

    Hermann’s inspiration for unicycling came from watching Max Schulze, the 2012 world champion unicyclist who is from Los Alamos and Emily Pittman, a recent LAHS graduate and unicyclist, perform a unicycling routine in a pep rally at LAHS, last year. This summer Hermann’s boss convinced him to buy a unicycle and since then he has been riding with Max Schulze nearly every day. 

    In fact, Hermann is a world championship hopeful; “Two years from now in Spain there is the Unicycling World Championships and I’m hoping to qualify in the beginners’ category,” he said. 

  • Word on the Street 10-26-14


    Teen Pulse staff writer Michael Booton asked students, “What is your Halloween costume?”