Category: Features

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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You Had Me at Bonjour

You Had Me at Bonjour

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Props for the Show

Props for the Show

Glitter and fake snow dusts the ground and storefronts, huge trees, ornaments, and icebergs are strategically placed across the stage. The props, each standing out on their own, shine when they are put underneath the lights. Each year, there is a christmas show put on by the arts department which is shown for two nights and a version of it […]

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A Captain and the Guard

A Captain and the Guard

With blaring music, expressive dancing and facial expressions, and the complicated twirling and throwing of flags and rifles, guard is a sport all its own. Senior Michelle Tiffany, who has been the captain of the guard for two years, led the new season’s guard auditions. While a little different this year, the guard still got to assess who could stay […]

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Senior Superlatives

Senior Superlatives

A huddle of seniors hunch over their phones and computers, thinking for a moment before laughing and frantically typing out one of their peer’s names. Each year, the senior SGA chooses the superlatives that each senior will study and select their friends for. It gives seniors a chance to recognize their fellow classmates in either a funny or praising way. […]

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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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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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Thirst Aid

Thirst Aid

Lugging in cases of water bottles, arms straining with the weight, students bring in donations for the Thirst Aid initiative in hope of helping those who have less than the basic necessities. This drive comes at a time when there are still people struggling in the aftermath of the recent hurricanes.  Senior Mckenna Shook hopes to help the affected parts […]

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From Broadcast to SRO

From Broadcast to SRO

Interacting with people day by day, going home each night to parent three children all on her own, Deputy Sheriff Adriane Stone enjoys her living as a School Resource Officer. Deputy Stone serves as a resource officer at six schools in Johnston County, but she wasn’t always in uniform, policing and helping students through their daily lives and struggles. Before […]

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