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By Staff Writer Marshall Byington
Graphics by Ethan Barber
Disclaimer: The Blazer and Timberline High School are not affiliated with nor do they endorse the AP Assassins program and its activities.
With AP exams and state testing in the air, one may breath in that very air and smell the aroma of AP assassins. This program is for those who have taken at least one AP class, occurs in the spring, and is designed to possibly alleviate the stress from AP exams.
By Staff Writer Eliza Esquibel
Graphics by Staff Writer An Ho
Although summer is still far-off, the end of the AP workload for many students is fast approaching. There is only one obstacle remaining: the exam. Testing begins next Monday, May 6. These final assessments will give students the opportunity to earn college credit for their dedication to more rigorous coursework. There is only one shot, which can be nerve wracking for anyone, whether they’re taking their seventh AP exam or their first. AP English teacher Dan Hardebeck had some final words for those preparing for testing. “Relax, smile, and just set your mind to doing your best; no one can ask any more than that,” said Hardebeck. Here some tips to aid last minute cram sessions and calm nerves for exam day.
By Staff Writer Ethan Acevedo
Graphics by Marthin Mandig
Most of the time, Timberline students can be seen listening to some kind of music when shuffling around school throughout the early mornings and the everlasting afternoons. For many, music offers motivation or a veil over the stress induced by school. However, there is a question that hasn’t been answered. What is the music taste of Timberline’s students and how does it differentiate between the different classes?
By Staff Writer Jake Smith
Graphics by Anthony Penarejo
In each school and school district there is a child, whose parent has served or is current serving in the Army, Air Force, Marines or National Reserves. On April 25, Timberline had their purple day, but there was one problem, there seemed to be a lack of purple.
By Staff Writer Valerie Mosier and Steven Moreno
Graphics by Steven Moreno
Across Timberline, there is a wide variance in the way people eat. From days filled with oatmeal and salads, to days filled with protein bars and energy drinks, Blazers eat it all. The Blazer sat down with those at Timberline with some of the most unique diets. This is what they eat in a day.