Dimond Students Stay Informed

Hunter Daniel, Igaramkin Reporter

April 20, 2017

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Dimond students acknowledge that staying informed is crucial in today’s world. Students know being informed will help them stay connected to decisions and events that will affect their everyday life.  They aspire to make...

Web Filter Is a Double-Edged Sword

Rachel Lowrance, Igaramkin Reporter

April 11, 2017

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At every school across the Anchorage School District (ASD), students and teachers alike face frustration as they attempt to access a web site that is blocked by the web filter. Most students do not realize the reasoning behind...

Bottle Flipping: A Peculiar Trend

Maeve Wiley, Igaramkin Editor

April 11, 2017

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Recently, a very peculiar trend has swept through the walls of Dimond High School and other schools around the Anchorage School District. This is no ordinary trend; unlike most, it seems to only have an effect on male students. As...

Is Dimond’s Honor Code Effective?

Piper Sato, Igaramkin Editor

April 11, 2017

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Most schools throughout the nation take it upon themselves to implement an honor code that prevents academic dishonesty. The honor code at Dimond High School requires each student to sign a piece of paper at the beginning of...

Black History Month: A Time to Honor and Reflect

Piper Sato, Igaramkin Reporter

February 22, 2017

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February is Black History Month, in order to honor and reflect on the history and struggles of African American’s in this country. This is celebrated throughout February in order to honor the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln...

Should Selective Service Be Required For Women?

Danielle DuClos, Igaramkin Assistant Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2017

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Since the United States entered World War I in 1917, there has been Selective Service. In 1917, men between the ages of 21 and 30 had to sign up for Selective Service, which gave the president power to draft American citizens...

Dimond Student Dances in Nutcracker

Beatrice O'Campo, Igaramkin Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2016

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Kali Dey has been dancing since the age of three, but it was only a few years ago that she began to dance seriously. Now the Dimond freshman is dancing major roles in the beloved Christmas ballet The Nutcracker. The Nutcracke...

Dimond Students Share Favorite Cell Phone Games

Sean Gardeline, Igaramkin Reporter

December 12, 2016

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Throughout the school day there are many students on their cellular devices. What are these students doing on their phones? Some students may be texting, or on social media but there are also a large number of students that...

French Club Brings French Culture to Dimond

Savannah Woodke, Igaramkin Reporter

December 11, 2016

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French Club at Dimond High School is taking a new direction this year. French Club was created last year by Senior Rachel Lowrance, and former Tunisian exchange student, Amine Boughanmi. “French culture has always been...

Dimond Musicians Look Forward to Hawaii Festival

Sophia Davis, Igaramkin Reporter

December 10, 2016

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Pacific Rim International Music Festival is a concert for choir and band that takes place in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dimond band teacher Jason Edwards, says, “Schools across the Pacific Rim like Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Coast...