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Teen Pulse

  • 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?”

  • Andrew and Mousie 10-02-11
  • Fashion Maven: Choose the color that’s right for you

    I absolutely love colors, but they can be a bit tricky when it comes to actually wearing them. Some of you may never wear a very bright color, choosing instead to stick to a colorless outfit. This may be because you don’t know how to wear a bright color, or maybe you’re a bit color-shy.
    Take it from me, being color savvy is much more enjoyable than being color-shy. I know, you’re probably thinking, “well if it’s so great, then how do you do it?” Don’t worry. Here are some tips.
    Start out with small bits of color. If you have a dull-colored outfit, try adding a colorful necklace, bag, shoes, ring, bracelet, scarf, earrings, headband, belt, or other accessory.

  • GSA embraces students’ diversity

    From the group that brought Los Alamos High School students diversity week, comes a story of mutual acceptance and friendships regardless of one’s sexuality.
    Born roughly 10 years ago, under the supervision of LAHS teachers Brian Easton and Joy Handsberry, the Gay Straight Alliance of Los Alamos High School tries to enhance the acceptance of diversity amongst LAHS students and staff.

  • Kanye West and Jay-Z do what they love

    In the mid-2000s, it seems you couldn’t watch a hip-hop video without seeing rapper Jonathan Mortimer Smith, aka Lil’ Jon of Lil’ Jon and the Eastside Boyz featured.
    He was everywhere and did collaborations with everyone from Usher and Ludacris, to Bay Area rapper E-40. Nowadays, it seems as if he’s faded into the background and made way for Kanye West.

  • Andrew and Mousie 09-25-11
  • Word on the Street 09-25-11

    Teen Pulse staff member Courtney Collier, a junior at Los Alamos High School, recently asked teens from around the country, who accompanied her on a mission trip to New York, “How old is too old, when it comes to dating?”

  • Andrew and Mousie 09-18-11
  • Word on the Street 09-18-11

    Teen Pulse staff member Ben Hanlon, a homeschooled seventh grader, recently asked Los Alamos Middle School student Annika Davenport a few questions.