Archive for November, 2017

A Scholarship Hole in One

A Scholarship Hole in One

Gripping the club and swinging with precision, senior Grace Olmstead lands a hole in one to Mount Olive University, where she will soon play golf. Olmstead, who has been golfing since she was a child, recently won a scholarship to play at a private institution — the University of Mount Olive. The scholarship makes winning students a member of the […]

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‘Justice League’ Review

‘Justice League’ Review

Following in the footsteps of this year’s Wonder Woman and the wake of last year’s Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League is an enjoyable, action-filled experience, but with a noticeable distribution blemishes. One of the greatest changes in Justice League from former DC Cinematic Universe, or DCEU, films, is the tone. Last year’s Batman v Superman received plentiful […]

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Friendsgiving

Friendsgiving

With warm candles, steaming food, and good friends with booming laughter, Friendsgiving is a rising tradition for adults, teenagers, and millennials alike. Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for families that either live far away or close together to gather and celebrate and give thanks for each other. While normally it is centered around family, today, people are putting their own […]

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SoundCloud Rapper

SoundCloud Rapper

We sit down with a student that creates music and publishes it on a music app.

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Entertainment, Protection, or Danger?

Entertainment, Protection, or Danger?

The topic of gun control in America is discussed.

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One Last Time

One Last Time

The marching band hosts a family preview event to preform their last show of the season.

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A Little Dirt Won’t Hurt

A Little Dirt Won’t Hurt

Our FFA hosts a land testing competition.

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Wildcat News Season 9 Episode 10

Wildcat News Season 9 Episode 10

This week on Wildcat News, the topic of gun control is discussed, we attend a competition hosted by our FFA, we watch the marching band’s last performance of the season, and we sit down with a SoundCloud rapper.

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Giving Thanks to Those Who’ve Helped

Giving Thanks to Those Who’ve Helped

Thanksgiving rolls around, and families across the United States prepare to gather and share thanks with one another. So, too, do students and friends. High school and the teenage years can be stressing times for many youth. How each affected youth copes with their life struggles is different, but there is often someone to come along and help them out […]

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The Parent Show

The Parent Show

Metal poles and instruments glint against the blinding field lights and people cheer as flags are thrown up in unison, spinning suspensefully in the air. The parent show is the final show at the end of the competition season for marching band. It is something that the parents and the performers look forward to each year as a goodbye for […]

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