Category: A&E

Fact, Fiction, First Fridays

Fact, Fiction, First Fridays

Wheels clatter down the hall, metal shelves carrying a forest of imagination. West Johnston is entering its second semester of the book cart, otherwise known as First Friday, hosted by librarians Yvette Davis and Anissa Holm. The book cart saw its debut as a West Johnston tradition during the second semester of the 2016-2017 school year. Every first Friday, the school’s […]

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Forty Years in the Making…

Forty Years in the Making…

The universe of Star Wars is one filled with lore created over the decades following the series’ release in 1977. Upon Disney’s acquiring of the franchise and Lucasfilm in 2012, the movie empire reset the Star Wars canon (factual in-universe events). In 2015, to celebrate the release of the first motion picture Star Wars film since 2005’s Revenge of the […]

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Pretty Little Liars Review

Pretty Little Liars Review

Pretty Little Liars has been around for many years and still has a huge fan base. This season is different, fans are going crazy over the fact that this is the last season. I started watching PLL when their first season came out and instantly I was hooked on the show. Pretty Little Liars is about a groups of girls, […]

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Humanz by Gorillaz

Humanz by Gorillaz

After more than half a decade since their last album, Gorillaz released their fifth studio album, Humanz. Before the release, they dropped six singles from the track, including “We Got the Power”, “Andromeda”, and “Let Me Out”. Gorillaz is one of the first virtual bands, a band consisting of fictional characters instead of a persona of an artist. The band […]

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One-Punch Man

One-Punch Man

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a superhero?  In One and Yusuke Murata’s One-Punch Man, the world is covered in superheros with even more villains. The show was my first subtitled anime, and it has changed my perspective on the world of Japanese entertainment.   The anime follows the story of a man named Saitama and […]

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Stranger Things

Stranger Things

Netflix is constantly coming out with new movies and tv series and most of them are surprisingly good to watch. I’ve watched Orange Is The New Black. 13 Reasons Why, Fuller House and my newest obsession is Stranger Things. Stranger Things is a show about a boy named Will, played by Noah Schnapp, who goes missing and the town believes […]

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The Teahouse

The Teahouse

An arbor made of tired wood looms overhead, reaching to half the height of the trees surrounding it, as my car passes under it. It’s dark, but warm texture, welcomes visitors to a safe haven like area. Tires crunch against the gravel as I look out the window to catch a glimpse of the sign hanging from it. There, etched […]

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STANDING TALL Playing to the beat Junior Chad Cross stands strong while everyone is watching. “This season of band has been amazing, I enjoyed every minute that I spent with my band family,” Cross said. Photo by Danielle Jones.

“In This Shirt”

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JUST ANOTHER DAY IN THE LIFE Junior contra player, Brandon Hall, thinks about the show and his form while performing. “It started out as a filler visual but it ended up fitting in well with the show,” Hall said. Photo by Hannah O’Neal.

Into the Woods

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