Archive for June 4th, 2018

Stuck in a Cycle of Shootings

Stuck in a Cycle of Shootings

School shootings have become a recurring nightmare we are condemned to repeat. Americans have fallen into a cycle where shootings occur and no changes are made before another makes the news. We no longer are surprised when reports are made concerning a new disaster. As a nation we have become desensitized to shootings and indifferent to put an end to […]

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The Effects of Social Media

The Effects of Social Media

Social media usage is at an all time high. The common and highly controversial topic on the effects of social media, has been debated since the beginning of the social media age. Sophomore Kyle Denning believes social media has room for growth within the platform. “Social media allows for me to connect with my friends outside of school, as well […]

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Band Banquet

Band Banquet

As the school year closes, the band program hosts the annual band banquet to honor the past year and announce the show for next year. The students gathered in the cafeteria and the auditorium to take part in the banquet. “Everyone ate food, and then we all went into the auditorium for awards,” freshman Aidan Miller said. “We also got […]

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Senior Awards Night

Senior Awards Night

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Soaking up the Spotlight > Senior Brianna Hall sang her solo of “She Used To Be Mine” which really moved the crowd. Photo by Maddie Betz.

The Final Chorus Show

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Lift Off > Holding a dancer up junior Kaylah Valler carries her on stage. Photo by Jack Schweizer.

Dancing their Hearts Out

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Among the Flowers > Admiring the work of a local North Carolina artist, sophomore Morgan Johnson considers purchasing it. “It was by far the coolest art I had seen all day,” Johnson said. “The paper mache and oil painted sunflowers stood out because those are my favorite flowers.” Photo by Jessica Walker.
Hard work pays off- Band has been a part of sophomore Alex Salgado’s life since strings class in elementary school. “A lot of dedication and work goes into a show and the people make that work seem like so much fun,” Salgado said. Salgado is a tenor sax player and partakes in concert band, marching band, and jazz band.  Picture by Faith Hyer.

Remembrances and Renewals

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BOW DOWN TO THE CROWN — Hollers and claps are heard all over the room as seniors Kaymin Ketrow and Nathan Wharton are announced the homecoming king and queen. Photo by Melina Solano.

Greatest Prom On Earth

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Solo: A Ruff Around the Edges Story

Solo: A Ruff Around the Edges Story

Only five months after its last film, Star Wars is back in theaters to make the Kessel Run. The much anticipated Solo: A Star Wars Story released last week to a very mixed reception. Judging by a vast number of the reviews, such as those from Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB, for anyone who has yet to see the film for […]

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