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Teen Pulse

  • Ask Alex: Why do songs get stuck in your head?

    Music is a powerful medium. So powerful that it has the ability to claw its way through your ear canal and burrow itself deep inside your brain. At this point, there’s no escaping its clutches.
    The only way you can remove a song is by having another song fight its way inside you and wrestle the other song for control. So you have some power. You can choose whether you want to hum One Direction’s “You Don’t Know You’re Beautiful,” or whistle “Boyfriend” by Justin Bieber.
    At first, the song isn’t bad. You have just heard it for the first time, its catchiness making you tap your toes and bob your head.

  • Andrew and Mousie 05-13-12
  • James Dean’s legend lives on

    “That guy’s got to stop. He’ll see us.” Those were the last words spoken by 1950s actor James Dean, before his Porsche Spyder racecar collided with an oncoming car, killing him instantly. 

    Throughout the years, Dean has acquired a large fan base due to his rebellious persona and carefree life, even though he starred in only three major films, in a professional acting career that lasted only four years. 

  • Etiquette is still important

    In today’s less formal society and the ever-changing ways we communicate with each other, one can often forget that manners and etiquette should still be practiced. 

    Sure, today’s teens may not be as well-trained in etiquette as those raised in the 1950s,  but what I find shocking is that too many adults don’t use the manners they were taught as children. 

  • Word on the Street

    Teen Pulse staff member Ada Ciuca asked students, “What are you most looking forward to for senior week?”

  • Safety in science class: A wake-up call

    Sometimes the best way to learn about science is  through labs. These scientific experiments conducted during class typically reinforce a lesson that students recently learned. 

    With labs comes safety, and during the first week of school every year, for each science class, students watch videos that teach them the proper precautions they must take to keep them and their classmates safe. 

  • Word on the Street 04-29-12

    Teen Pulse staff member Ada Ciuca asked Los Alamos High School students, “What was your favorite thing about prom?”

  • Andrew and Mousie 04-29-12
  • Youth Activity Center Schedule 04-29-12

    Monday — Jump rop contest
    Tuesday — Birthday board
    Wednesday — Movies and munchies
    Thursday — Paper pom pom flowers
    Friday — Horse

    All students in third through eighth grades are welcome to join free of charge.
    The centers are at 475 20th St. (by Ashley Pond) and 10 Sherwood Blvd. (by Piñon Park). Call 662-9412 or 672-1565 or more information.

  • Ask Alex: Why is prom a formal event?

    Teenagers are not well known for being formal. They are better known for their artistry on bathroom walls and driving down residential streets at two in the morning with their windows down and the stereo up.
    How is it that this school-sanctioned event causes nearly the entire junior and senior class to don tuxedos and slow dance to “Buy You a Drank?” First let us analyze this annual high school dance.
    Prom, short for “promenade,” is a dance held toward the end of the school year at high schools across the country. Teenagers gather this one night for dancing, talking and wholesome, heavily supervised merriment.