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Climate Strike Involves Anchorage Teens

Gwen MacLean, Igaramkin Reporter

November 7, 2019

On Sept. 20th, millions came together all around the world in what may be the largest climate strike ever seen. Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg has long called for action, sitting alone outside of government buildings ...

Long-Awaited Galaxy Fold Brings Unique Phone Experience

James Frischkorn, Igaramkin Reporter

November 7, 2019

Samsung unveiled the first major folding phone the Galaxy Fold last February and promptly recalled the device from reviewers before it reached consumer hands.  While the phone has been out in Samsung's home country, South Ko...

New Athletic Director Is No Stranger to Dimond Athletics

Angelline Nageak, Igaramkin Reporter

November 7, 2019

After the retirement of former athletic director and teacher John Snead, it was pretty obvious as to who should obtain the job of athletic director at Dimond. Kathleen Navarre is the varsity flag football coach and is very ...

Dimond Teacher Designs Online Classes for Smithsonian

Colin Kleckner, Igaramkin Editor

October 11, 2019

Mischell Anderson, a Dimond High World History and Psychology teacher, has over the last year had the privilege of working to design online classes for the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C. Anderson, The Dimond Social Studies Chair, m...

Dress Code Rules Change with Input from Women’s Empowerment Club

Jenna Walch, Igaramkin Reporter

October 4, 2019

Dimond students have been seen wearing clothes that have been banned from the dress code in recent years.  For years the young ladies of Dimond have been subjected to the rules of the dress code, such as not wearing spaghett...

Dimond Students Experience Large Class Sizes as School Year Begins

Stevan Pekich, Igaramkin Editor

September 29, 2019

As the 2019-2020 school year began at Dimond, students started to notice larger than normal class sizes, with as many as 40 students in one classroom. It may be easy to blame higher attendance rates for the large amounts of ...

Dimond Receives Rosewood Guitar Seized by U. S. Fish and Wildlife

Zach Hoogerhyde, Igaramkin Reporter

September 29, 2019

At the beginning of the year Dimond High’s band got a very unusual and expensive back to school gift. The gift which was bestowed to all Anchorage School District high schools, was 10 custom-made rosewood Paul Reed Smith gui...

Trig-Star Competition Displays Students’ Trigonometry Skills

Stevan Pekich, Igaramkin Editor

April 30, 2019

Dimond students were given the opportunity to show off their trigonometry skills in a math competition, Trig-Star. Trig-Star is a national trigonometry-based math competition open to Dimond students who are or have taken pre-cal...

Student Forum: Students Want Dimond to Be More Green

Gigi Powelson, Igaramkin Reporter

April 30, 2019

It is vital to any government for the voices of the people to be heard. This ideal is being upheld even within Dimond’s student government. On Tuesday March 26th, a student forum was held open to anyone that had any sugge...

Next Year’s Leaders Chosen in Student Government Elections

Colin Kleckner, Igaramkin Editor

April 30, 2019

With many of the student government elections completed, many at Dimond are already looking towards next years representatives to lead the school forward. The representatives elected for next year’s class of 2022 are Kitoi Agta...

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