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Teen Pulse

  • Word on the Street 10-16-11

    Teen Pulse staff member Madalina Ciuca, a senior at Los Alamos High School, recently asked LAHS students, “Who’s your role model?”

  • Andrew and Mousie 10-16-11
  • LAHS students break tradition

    Los Alamos High School seniors did something completely different for Homecoming this year. Instead of trekking up LA Mountain to have a paint fight, they gathered at Urban Park to have the first-ever LAHS Powder Fight. Students in the Environmental Club worked with the Student Council to make this change, separating the senior painting of the LA from the paint fight. As a substitute, Environmental Club members mixed their own yellow and green powder, in the style of the Indian Holi Festival, with materials ordered from the Los alamos Co-op. Student Council recruited the fire department to send a truck over to soak students before the Powder Fight. Between 175-200 students participated in the event.

  • Fashion Maven: Winter clothes can be warm and stylish

    I was not ready for the cold weather to arrive so soon.  I’m a warm weather person who could wear tank tops, skirts and dresses every day of the year if the weather allowed it.
    Don’t get me wrong, I love to ski, but what about when it doesn’t snow and it’s still cold? What do I wear? I have endless combinations in my closet for a winter outfit, but putting them together into a cute, wearable and warm outfit is the most difficult part of getting through the cold stylishly.
    I have a few essentials for every fall and winter outfit that must go in your closet this season.

  • Word on the Street 10-09-11

    Teen Pulse staff member Sebastian Garcia, a junior at Los Alamos High School, recently asked LAHS students, “What was your favorite part of Homecoming?”

  • Poetry Corner 10-09-11

    Oh What
    A Life

    “Oh what a life,
    the life of a teen.
    You’re too young and too ignorant
    to know anything.
    You can’t possibly know what love is.
    You don’t know how it feels.
    Your dreams are too big.
    You don’t know what is real.”
    But I see all the problems.
    I realize life’s hard.
    I love him to death
    and can’t see us apart.
    My dreams may be big
    but I’ll shoot for the stars
    and I’ll always have hope
    and strive to go far.
    “You act without thought,
    don’t consider consequence,
    doing things that seem stupid.
    You lack common sense.

  • Fashion Maven: Packing light, but packing right

    There’s nothing like packing, to get you excited for vacation. Okay, I know it’s not exactly vacation time right now, but we probably all wish it was.
    Even though it’s off-season, so to speak, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared, just in case you may all of a sudden be going on vacation to Hawaii in the dead of October. You know, just in case.  
    When I go on vacation, the thing that stresses me out is the packing. I am definitely an obsessive-compulsive packer. What if I need this, what if I need that? It takes me forever to pack and in the end, I always bring way too many clothes with me. And you know me, I love to shop no matter where I am.

  • Game’s latest effort falls flat

    In 2002, the new face of “Gangsta Rap” was born in the form of Jayceon Terrell Taylor aka The Game.
    Signed by “Aftermath Entertainment” founder and executive producer Dr. Dre in 2003, after acquiring The Game’s mixtape, Game caught many people’s interest. Fueled by drugs and gang violence, Game’s debut album “The Documentary,” debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.
    After altercations with label-mate 50 Cent about who wrote the lyrics for “The Documentary,” Game left Aftermath records.
    After two years of hard work, Game’s most recent studio album “The R.E.D. Album” was released
    Aug. 23.

  • Speech and debate kicks off

    The school year has started and high school team competitions have already kicked off, including Speech and Debate team competition.
    Cibola High School in Albuquerque hosted the first Speech and Debate tournament of the 2011-2012 school year and the Jemez Mountain Home School team took advantage of the one-day tournament.
    It was slated as the First Annual “Novice” tournament, allowing first-time speech and debate students to get their premier tournament under their belts. JMHS had four team members enter the competition. Annika Davenport was the team’s only expository speech entrant and she was awarded fourth place overall.

  • Word on the Street 10-02-11

    Teen Pulse staff member Ben Hanlon, a homeschooled seventh grader, recently asked Los Alamos Middle School students, “What do you like most about middle school?”