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Morgan’s Japanese Muse

Morgan’s Japanese Muse

Cheyenne Morgan isn’t your average artist. Morgan fell in love with anime when she first started watching it when she was ten. “My first anime was “Naruto”. I started watching because I wanted to learn something new about Japan,” Morgan said. Morgan then started watching anime to pursue her interest in computer design and animation. One anime in particular stood […]

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Wildcat News S4 E12

Wildcat News S4 E12

On the season finale of Wildcat News Katherine Serrell traveled to Raleigh to see how one teacher is stepping out of the classroom, Brody Hall reports on the lil’ color run, Jamie Snover interviewed the lead in the musical, and we see where seniors are going after they graduate.

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Wildcat News S4 E8

Wildcat News S4 E8

This week on Wildcat News Jarrett Spann learns more about the kindness and gratitude project. Jamie Snover finds out how two students have already committed to the armed forces. Katherine Serrell gets tips from a coupon pro. Brody Hall reports on the AP Art class. Gerardo Roman finds out why selfie sticks are becoming so popular.

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Wildcat News S3 E13

Wildcat News S3 E13

This week on Wildcat News, Erik Beene reports on how to keep your school gmail account safe, Jamie Snover checks out the French Festival, Marissa Greene got a look at the freshman canvas, Jowann Holder caught up with the men’s basketball team, Marissa Greene sat down with one of West’s former teachers, Katherine Serrell shares the benefits of eating local, […]

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"Askew" by Roxy Paine. Photo by Melanie Langness.

The NC Art Museum: Part Three

I completed my indoor museum tour with a visit into the beautiful Rodin gallery. French 20th century sculptor Auguste Rodin created hundreds of bronze-cast sculptures, most modeled after the human body or the human experience. Rodin was an expert at capturing motion and emotion in still material. My personal favorite, “The Kiss,” captured a loving embrace between two infatuated youths. […]

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"Three Trees, Two Clouds" by John Beerman. Photo by Hannah Sermersheim.

The NC Art Museum: Part Two

The European Art Wing was absolutely massive and divided into smaller sub categories by country of artistic origin, and then further separated into time periods. I stepped into the Early Italian Art Section and saw dozens of paintings and reliefs that all looked pretty much the same. While all beautiful– full of bright red colors and almost glowing gold accents– […]

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Back view of the Rodin Garden. Photo by Melanie Langness.

The North Carolina Art Museum: Part One

On November 1 2014, I visited the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. I had been twice before on field trips and with a friend, but never before had I fully appreciated the beauty around me. The museum recently underwent a major renovation, and the beautiful new architecture is almost as interesting as what hangs on the white-curtained walls. […]

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