All posts by Andrew Berman

Andrew Berman is in his junior year here at Atholton and this is his second year taking Journalism. Andrew’s brothers took Journalism before they graduated from AHS which encouraged him to join. He is an avid eater in his free time and especially likes to eat cucumbers. Andrew additionally enjoys playing sports with his friends but does not like to do work. Lastly, he also loves to watch The Office.

The Story Behind “Goodbye and Good Riddances”

In a music industry being taken over by awful soundcloud rappers, Juice WRLD stands out as one of the only ones with a future in music, so jump on Juice WRLD’s bandwagon before your friends beat you to it.

Girls track and field are 2018 County Champs!

Spring Sports Update

  Team Record Baseball 4-4 Lacrosse (Boys) 5-4 Lacrosse (Girls) 1-4-2 Softball 2-6

Making the Community One Meal Happier: The Annual Atholton Food Drive

Andrew Berman Staff Reporter To be involved in a community isn’t just to enjoy the presented activities or reek the benefits, but also to help others in your community and other communities all around you. […]

Winter Sports Update

  Team Record Boys Basketball 5-8 Girls Basketball 5-6-1 Wrestling 6-4-2

The Houston Astros Are Champions

After the immense suffering from Hurricane Harvey, the city of Houston now has something to cheer about: last Wednesday, the Astros took the World Series for their first time in franchise history. This franchise persevered through many pitiful years, hitting a poor win-loss record of 232-416 during their 2011-2014 seasons.

Pep Rally

 On the Friday before homecoming, the whole school took to the football field to witness the annual pep rally. This years pep rally featured dancing, jumbo soccer and many more activities.

Winter Sports Updates

Atholton High School sports standings

The 3rd Most Important Meal of the Day

Each summer kids are left home while their parents go to work. These kids are left home wondering what to eat. Wonder no more. Below is a list of foods that you should and should not eat while you are home alone for lunch.

The Selection Committee is Good?

In one nail-biting, nerve-racking hour, students discover if they have achieved one of their lifelong goals: participating in March Madness. A time and a place filled with magical moments, pure excitement, and brings closure to the end of the season by deciding which team ultimately reigns supreme.