Articles By: Tori Massengill

From Hong Kong to North Carolina

From Hong Kong to North Carolina

Sophomore Wing Chun Leung traveled 8,323 miles (17 hours away) from Hong Kong to the United States. Leung is having difficulty being so far from his family. “I can’t usually call home because of time differences and I miss my family a lot sometimes,” Leung said. About 290,000 students receive credit for studying abroad each year. The number of United […]

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Hurricane Harvey’s Impact on Students

Hurricane Harvey’s Impact on Students

Texas has been the center for a national disaster that has brought in 20 trillion gallons of rainfall which is enough to supply New York City’s water supply needs for over five decades. The storm made landfall over three times. Many students have family connections to Texas that have impacted their lives. Junior Kyrsten Carters’ dad lives in Eastern Texas that […]

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6th Annual Farmhouse Jam

6th Annual Farmhouse Jam

Honoring dearly missed musicians year after year is a great way to end the summer. For the past six years at Dan and Lisa Stahl’s Farmhouse on Sonny Road about four minutes from West Johnston they host the Annual Farmhouse Jam. They provide free music, bouncy houses, food and drinks. When I first got there I saw cars parked all […]

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Replacing Mr. Geottman

Replacing Mr. Geottman

Monica Neal is replacing Andrew Geottman who taught math before her. She believes that whether you are an outgoing or a more laid back person, breaking the rules is never the way to go. To most students, Geottman was known for always wearing a different tie and matching it to significant days throughout the year. Though Neal doesn’t have a […]

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