Love and Relationships: What builds a great foundation to a friendship?

Dearest readers, We’re switching things up a bit this week with a question about friendships! Friendships are some of the most important relationships in our lives that carry us through some of our hardest times, so I’m here to tackle all of your questions, comments, and concerns about them!! As always, go here to send…

Reality Fighting Every Day of the Week

By Nicole Vickers So I found a better title! I think. Anyway, as promised and without further ado, I give you a TV show for everyday of the 2017 Fall Season! Sunday: Bob’s Burgers Meet the Belchers; each of them is insane in their own way, but they love and support each other. Tina is awkward,…

New Kids on the Block: The First Day

By: Izzy La Grassa, Staff Writer   Okay okay so I know the first day was a while back, but for those new kids who were like me and came to a new school at a random time during the year, this post is for you. At least for me, I imagined my first day…

Welcome to New Kids on the Block!

By Izzy La Grassa, Staff Writer   Knowing the struggles of being a freshman and a new kid, this blog is here to give advice and assistance to any kids who are struggling with a new school. New Kids on the Block isn’t exclusive to new kids! Freshman year is a hard year, full of…

Club Spotlight: Oxfam

By Adiari Lugo, Staff Writer Hello There! My name is Adiari and this month’s club spotlight goes to Oxfam. Do you want to help those suffering from the injustices of society? Do you have the desire to fight against poverty and bring an end to its disastrous results? Then AHS Oxfam America is just the club…

Senior Advice: Don’t Forget Yourself

By Sami Thompson Being a senior is by far one of the oddest experiences I’ve ever had. You’re in this strange place where people actually begin to treat you as an adult, but you still feel like a child that needs their hand to be held while reality is hurdling towards you like a bus….

Love and Relationships: How do you know it’s love?

Question: How do you know it’s love (not just “like”)? Answer: This question is hard to give a broad answer too. Feelings for someone are so personal. Some can fall in love quickly, others take huge precautions against even muttering the word “love.” But, to me, loving someone has a few “warning signs” that are pretty…

Reality Fighters… We Got BOOKS

By Nicole Vickers Because of the media center downsizing their book collection at AHS, the literary gods took pity upon us and decided to grant all our English teachers with sets of brand new books! What a blessing, am I right? No excuse now not to read! So without further ado, here are ten of the best…

Breaking Down Amazon’s Recent Financial Success

By Aditya Gunna, Branding Manager Amazon has been in the news almost every week for the past year. When Amazon opened in 1994, Jeff Bezos, CEO and founder of Amazon, had big plans to revolutionize online commerce. In the early 2000s Amazon acquired many smaller online retail companies like Zappos and Audible.com. As of today,…

Welcome to Forks over Knives!

Hi, my name is Julia. I’m a features editor for the Hook. One of my many passions is eating. I take it very seriously. The Metro Atlanta area is full of unique restaurants and dining experiences, and I’m going to help you decide what to try and what not to. New fast food releases and bizarre…

Who Am I: Kyle Wong

By Kyle Wong, Staff Writer I am Kyle Wong, a staff writer for the AHS Hook. I am a sophomore and this is my first year in the Hook. I’m just your average Joe that writes, reads, studies and somewhat speaks. You can occasionally get a word out of me if you talk to me…

Introduction to Cool Places, ft. Curtis

By Curtis McClelland, Co-Editor-in-Chief Read this blog to learn about new and exciting places to visit in the Alpharetta area. There is no shortage of fun things to do, contrary to popular belief, and this blog is devoted to featuring and advertising them to the Alpharetta High School student body. Follow Curtis McClelland, Alpharetta senior,…