Articles By: Bryson Hall

The Author

The Author

While other students work part time jobs, senior Emily Gales is already focused on her lifelong career. “I want to be a young adult author. I always liked writing short stories for English class and I realized I could actually write a novel if I wanted to. I’m currently writing a novel,” Gales said. Gales novel is the first in […]

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The Chorus Classes Sing Broadway

The Chorus Classes Sing Broadway

On Tuesday, May 24, the chorus classes sang their hearts out in the semi-annual chorus concert. “Ms. Rowe likes broadway music. It showcases our voices. We sang mamma mia medley, we sang a wicked medley and honors sang the jersey boys,” freshman Desirae Moreno said. Although there were many group performances, solos were common as well. “For honors, she assigns […]

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The Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

The Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Directed by Nicholas Stoller, “The Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” begins where it’s predecessor ended. Parents in their 30-somethings, Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) Radner, are currently selling their house under escrow. This means that although there are buyers prepared to take the house, they could take back their offer if anything goes wrong. As luck would have it, […]

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The Zoo Trip

The Zoo Trip

One of the last moments the seniors will spend together, the senior trip, is held at the N.C. Asheboro Zoo this year. “It’s one last memory with all my friends that I went to school with. I”m looking forward to it,” senior Cipriano Fraire said. Students had to be at the school on Friday, May 20 by 6:30 a.m. “The […]

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The Senior Gift

The Senior Gift

June 10 is graduation, and the seniors will soon be gone for good. They may be gone, but thanks to the senior SGA, they won’t be forgotten. “It was senior SGA’s idea to create the podium and the picnic tables. We voted on the idea of an outdoor classroom,” said SGA member Lindsay Barnes. “Senior gifts are important because they […]

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Wrestling Success

Wrestling Success

With a loud ‘thump’ junior Thad Wilkerson’s opponent slams against the mat. The referee holds up Wilkerson’s hand and the crowd erupts in applause. Another match, another victory. “I didn’t really start to get into [wrestling] until the summer of my freshman year. I went 12 and 3 last year,” said Wilkerson. “It’s not about the actual match. It’s about […]

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NHS Hosts Powderpuff Volleyball

NHS Hosts Powderpuff Volleyball

A white ball soars through the air. All at once, it is smacked across the net aggressively by a large hand. The hand, in fact, is too large to be female. This isn’t a normal volleyball game. It’s powderpuff. Thursday May 12 the National Honor Society (NHS) hosted their second powderpuff volleyball game. The first game received generally positive feedback, […]

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As Easy As Riding a Bike

As Easy As Riding a Bike

Two dozen motors hum simultaneously filling the air with thick black smoke. A single gunshot fires twenty feet away, prompting each biker to propel dirt and grime up in the air, excelling forward rapidly. It’s time to race. “I got a trail bike my freshman year and I really started to enjoy riding. I wanted to take it to the […]

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A Life Of Service

A Life Of Service

Although a handful of teachers have made major career transitions halfway through their lives, substitute teacher Dennis Schlindwein’s may have been the most dramatic. Schlindwein began his career as a high school teacher., then later served in the secret service for 25 years, traveling around the world on various missions, before returning to education. “In 1976 I was lucky enough […]

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I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it

Fans of The 1975, an English rock band, are in for a surprise with their latest album– I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful, yet so unaware of it. Their 16 track self-titled debut album, along with a handful of singles, were all the band had released previously. Although there were countless catchy guitar riffs in […]

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