This is the new website of Voice of the Warriors’ Newspaper! VOTW is Aloha High School’s official newspaper and we are unbelievably excited to finally be up and running after such a long period of stagnation. We plan to release a print edition once at the end of each semester. The 2016-2017 VOTW staff is currently working insanely hard to get stuff out and we hope to have a wonderful year!
The Winter print edition (Issue 1, Volume 47) will be sold in mid-spring. The Summer Graduation Edition will be sold sometime in early June.
This year will be the first time VOTW has released a print edition in five years.
The Winter print edition will cost only $3 for a four page, full-color professional newspaper, full of print-only articles. Subscriptions (a purchase of both the Winter and Summer editions) are also available.
The first 35 subscriptions sold will cost only $4. It’s a great deal, being able to buy another whole edition of VOTW for only an additional dollar!
After the first 35 subscriptions are sold, the price of a subscription increases to $5. Still a wonderful deal, though — two print editions of VOTW for only $2.50!
Print edition sales are coming soon!
Our current 2016-17 advisor is Mr. Rotramel, located in classroom E-9.
Our current 2016-17 Editor-in-Chief is Ryan Nguyen (Senior),
Voice of the Warriors would like to sincerely thank Mrs. Kawasaki, AHS’s long-time Library Assistant (though we think she should be an official Librarian), for helping us connect our website to AHS’s!
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