Terrence

Terrence

Eitan Shere, Illustrator

November 21, 2017


Filed under Arts, Comics

Fans Anticipate Eminem’s New Album

Fans Anticipate Eminem’s New Album

Eitan Shere

November 21, 2017


Filed under Arts, Reviews, Showcase

Eminem, the Detroit-based rap legend, has announced the release of his ninth album titled Revival. It will be his first album since The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which was released four years ago in 2013. Revival will be the third and final in a three-album series, the first being Relapse (2009), and the ...

Flagpoles, The Next Frontier of American Progress

Flagpoles, The Next Frontier of American Progress

Tim Webster

October 20, 2017


Filed under Arts, Satire, Showcase

This past Monday, state representative of Nevada Clarence Baker made a statement to the press that elicited reactions from all sides of the political spectrum. “I just don’t see why they’re important,” Baker said in reference to the top halves of American flagpoles. “We never use them anymore....

Spectacular Senior Showcase

Spectacular Senior Showcase

Emma Lundgren, writer

May 12, 2017


Filed under Arts, Showcase, Student Life

19 seniors proudly stood in front of their artwork as members of the community and fellow students admired their pieces, this Wednesday, May 10. From photography and paintings, to metal work and sculptures, WBHS seniors displayed a wide variety of work, as well as presenting a mission statement that summar...

Holiday

Holiday

Emma Lundgren

March 31, 2017


Filed under Arts, Showcase

We perch at the start, anticipation and nervous tingles vibrate through every bone and burn through our veins. day after day of tiresome chores. Days pass by like hours, hours like minutes. And suddenly an opening We jump out, free falling. Everything is free, boundaries don't exist, rules are...

Recap/Review: NBC’s Hairspray Live!

Recap/Review: NBC’s Hairspray Live!

Lauryn Azu

December 22, 2016


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

NBC’s Hairspray Live! thrilled audiences across the country with its evening premiere on Wednesday,  December 7. Although it has since proved to be NBC’s lowest rated TV musical, generally critics agree that it has been one of the NBC’s best live musicals since NBC began this holiday traditio...

Recap/ Review ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7, Episode 4

Nina Ross

November 23, 2016


Filed under Reviews

*The following contains spoilers for the The Walking Dead Season 7, Episode 4, "Service"* Photo from TWD season 7 Episode 4 In this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, Negan finally makes his way to Alexandria to really demonstrate his power and rub in the fact that he has ‘won.’ He struts...

Recap/Review: “The Walking Dead” Season 7, Ep.3

Recap/Review: “The Walking Dead” Season 7, Ep.3

Nina Ross

November 22, 2016


Filed under Check It Out, Reviews

Dwight changes for the worse and Darryl doesn't submit in this week's episode of "The Walking Dead"

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RED and BLUE – A 2016 Presidential Election Poem

RED and BLUE – A 2016 Presidential Election Poem

Emma Lundgren, writer

November 13, 2016


Filed under Arts, Check It Out, Opinion, Poems, Showcase

On 11/8 people lined down the block waiting They sat tight, they decided, they voted. A form of participation in government They filed home and went through a normal day T.V.s turn on all around the country Channel after channel covering   7:00 The first states close Anxi...

Recap/Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7, Episode 2

Recap/Review: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 7, Episode 2

Nina Ross

November 9, 2016


Filed under Reviews, Showcase

This past week's episode of The Walking Dead was a well welcomed change from last Sunday’s bloody premier. The carnage and butchery of last week's premier, which left two beloved character dead, allowed for week two to be more thought provoking and peaceful.  In this episode, we arrive at the ...

Recap/Review: The Walking Dead, Season 7 Ep. 1

Recap/Review: The Walking Dead, Season 7 Ep. 1

Nina Ross

November 1, 2016


Filed under Arts, Reviews, Showcase

The Walking Dead (TWD)  left us hanging at the end of season 6 previously this year.  The show assumed that leaving who lives and who dies a mystery, would be more captivating than a death itself. With this in mind, the season six finale left the audience guessing which character was killed by Jeffrey D...

It’s The End of The School Year

It’s The End of The School Year

Emma Lundgren, Writer

May 12, 2016


Filed under Arts, Check It Out, Poems, Showcase

It’s the end of the school year The flowers are coming the students are leaving Counting and thinking and stress Lack of effort Lack of energy Where is the finish line?   It’s the end of the school year I begin to hold onto things more dearly I cherish each memory I...

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