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

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

Nina Ross

November 22, 2016

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

RED and BLUE – A 2016 Presidential Election Poem

RED and BLUE – A 2016 Presidential Election Poem

Emma Lundgren, writer

November 13, 2016

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

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

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

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...

Acceptance

Acceptance

Val Walls

May 5, 2016

Acceptance Greatly desired, but ever Elusive. Not everyone will listen Don’t expect them to Erasure has become second nature Respond with a grin, and know   It doesn’t matter what they think Someone understands you   Value is unconditional Always remember thi...

Make A Little Birdhouse In Your Soul

Make A Little Birdhouse In Your Soul

Lauryn Azu and Avani Samandur

April 13, 2016

Many West Bloomfield students are curious to know about the changes happening in the central courtyard. Recently, painted milk cartons have appeared on the trees.These small works of art are all thanks to the efforts of WBHS staff and students. Teachers involved include Ms. Jennifer McQuillan who teac...

Reincarnation

Reincarnation

Reilly Card

February 11, 2016

I want to be a tree. Tall, strong, flexible, unwavering, Peaceful and gentle. I have always belonged to the trees. Now I will become one of them....

We Want to be ARTISTS

We Want to be ARTISTS

Reilly Card

February 11, 2016

Since the Renaissance women have been told to inspire art not create it. They listened until they could no longer listen. Taking the rage, the power the painters saw and took it off the canvas; took it to the streets in an effort to not only be art but the makers of it too. Still today women must fight...

The Curse of Humanity

The Curse of Humanity

Brenna Birr

January 14, 2016

I’ve been here since the start of time. I plague the unfortunate and steal from those that I once helped. I stood behind every war; the soldiers that fell, the children left to be orphans, controlled the minds that destroyed so many lives. Poisoned the thoughts that lusted for more power and in th...

They

They

Val Walls

December 16, 2015

They They are insecure afraid they won’t be loved constantly wondering if they are valid They wish they could be normal They They are unsure are they a “special snowflake” like their parents say? figuring things out takes time They are growing They They are happy content with their...

He Got The Girl

He Got The Girl

Sarah Mashigan

December 3, 2015

Always the boy, thought to end up alone. He waits, endlessly for someone to call by the phone Lonely nights, inner-self fights He wonders, when things will  go right.   Then she comes along, and she's different it seems so wrong but he's been waiting for so long &nbs...

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