Students March for Tighter Gun Control Laws in Wake of Parkland Shooting

Naomi Cashion, Igaramkin Editor

May 14, 2018

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On Mar. 24, ASD students and Anchorage community members gathered on the Park Strip to show support for tighter gun control laws in America, conveying that they will no longer stand for gun violence. In the wake of 17 students killed, and 15 mo...

Prop. 1 Vote Puts Anchorage in National Spotlight

Naomi Cashion, Igaramkin Editor

May 14, 2018

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Since the Anchorage Assembly unanimously voted to include sexual orientation as a protected class under the city’s equal rights ordinance on Dec. 30 1975, Anchorage has fought over LGBTQ rights. After the Anchorage Assembly passed the ordi...

Class of 2018 Goes Above and Beyond

Hannah Randall, Igaramkin Editor

May 14, 2018

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There is always competition in high school whether it is in sports or music or academics. Academically, there is a level of competition especially among students at the top of the class for things like class rank or valedic...

Engineering Seniors Present Projects and Receive Certificates, Achievement Cord

Jacob Fisher, Igaramkin Reporter

May 14, 2018

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Engineering Night is a yearly event when the seniors in the engineering academy present their yearlong engineering projects to parents, teachers, and professional engineers and receive their Engineering Achievement Cord. This year ...

Tide Pod Challenge Is Dangerous Fad

Colin Kleckner, Igaramkin Reporter

March 20, 2018

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The Tide Pod challenge: harmless teenage pastime, or teenage health crisis? The Tide pod challenge is one of many of the latest viral trends to sweep the nation’s youth. Many teenagers undertake the challenge of eating...

The Opioid Assembly: Was It Effective?

Elyahnee Auelua-Satele, Igaramkin Reporter

February 16, 2018

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The entire Dimond High School recently attended an assembly, conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), that helped spread awareness about the ongoing opioid outbreak. The three hour presentation included a short...

Dimond Hosts Lego League Robotics Tournament

Allen Koch, Igaramkin Reporter

February 16, 2018

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Robotics is like a sport without the extreme physical labor. Students work on designing, building and programming robots at daily practices. On Jan. 20, 2018, Dimond High School hosted a F.I.R.S.T. Lego® League robotics to...

NHS, Dimond Students Break Record for Beanie Boxes

Naomi Cashion, Igaramkin Editor

January 30, 2018

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National Honor Society (NHS) members gathered together before the holidays to wrap shoe boxes, and then place the donated items into them. Each box held items such as hats, gloves, scarves, socks, lotion, chapstick, toothbrushes...

Puerto Rico Still Suffers After Hurricane Maria

Naomi Cashion, Igaramkin Editor

November 14, 2017

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In the past weeks, Dimond students have been well aware of all the natural disasters occuring in the United States. The Dimond student body raised well over a thousand dollars to go towards Hurricane Harvey relief, and ano...

Library Features New Chromebits Lab

Melozie Madland, Igaramkin Reporter

October 26, 2017

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This school year Dimond got new internet-only computers in the library computer lab. The technology coordinator, Charles McCubrey said, “They are called Chromebits… it’s a desktop version of a Chromebook, so rather than...

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