Archive for January, 2018

Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 1

Wildcat News Season 10 Episode 1

This week on Wildcat News, the effectiveness of anti-drinking advertisements is questioned, the first jazz show of the year is showcased, a young writer explains the plot of his published book, a senior wins the county-wide Poetry Out Loud competition, and a compilation of the Caswell retreat is shown.

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All-District Band

All-District Band

Students fumble with their sheet music and fidget with their instruments as they wait for their audition to start, counting down the minutes. Junior Hunter Comeford and 30 other band students auditioned for the All-District band, an honors band that consists of everyone in the southeastern district who auditioned and got accepted. Him and nine other students made the cut […]

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A Night of Swing and Soul

A Night of Swing and Soul

Soft jazz mixed with tangy rhythms fill the auditorium and bounces off the walls as some of the school’s musicians play their favorite jazz artists music. On Friday, January 11, the jazz ensemble and chorus’s gospel choir will put on ‘A Night of Swing and Soul’, a collaborative performance featuring many jazz artist’s music. Senior Andrew Cece, who has been […]

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Helping From Home

Helping From Home

Filled with joy, one student was ecstatic at the results yielded by his efforts to help his local community. Each Semester, English IV teachers Brian VanDerlaske and Emily Scott assign a “Kindness Project” in which students must complete three acts of kindness and document them to present to their peers at a later date. Students can perform an endless variety […]

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The Times Up Movement

The Times Up Movement

With the beginning of 2018 comes a movement that is tired of waiting. Fighting against sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace, women around the nation fight to have their voices heard through the Times Up movement. The movement started when 700,000 female farmworkers, part of the Alianza Nacional de Campesinas (the National Farmworker Women’s Alliance), sent a letter […]

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