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A Year of Memories

A Year of Memories

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Relieve Boredom with Board Games

Relieve Boredom with Board Games

School can be a difficult place. Strenuous classes and long hours can toll on any teenager. Luckily, outlets to relieve stress are quickly multiplying. If a competitive sport does not sound appealing, students can try something more light hearted and fun. The new Board Game Club, led by math teacher Geoff Hamilton, is available for any who wish to play. […]

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Winter Spirit Week Announced!

Winter Spirit Week Announced!

     

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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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Spirit Week Day One: Costume Day

Spirit Week Day One: Costume Day

Throughout this week, the publications staff will be voting on and photographing the most creative approaches to the Spirit Days. Today, the Senior class reigned supreme in the costume department.

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The Fall Frenzy

The Fall Frenzy

Crisp, crunching leaves, children squealing as their bags fill with candy, and teenagers screaming as their favorite ride flips and spins round and round. Cozy evenings by the fire with a cup of cocoa to fight the chillier weather. The end of September marks the beginning of fall– and fall in North Carolina means fun. The fall season officially began […]

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Photo by Samantha Fiorella

The Teal Terror

Faces covered in war paint. Deafening screams. Hundreds of people in color coordinated outfits. No, this isn’t a battlefield. It’s the spirit section. In 2009, the school spirit club adopted the title “Teal Terror.”  The club established a fierce reputation, filling the designated section of bleachers with excited faces and powerful shouts. “I lose my voice when we cheer because […]

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