Seniors cheer at collegiate level

Britanee Russell, Co-Editor

April 27, 2011

Bryn Martens hit the refresh button on her computer rapidly for fourty minutes straight April 11.  She was waiting to see if she had made one of the four open spots on the Arkansas Razorback cheerleading squad. "I felt like I was going to break the refresh button on my computer," said Martens.  "It was supposed to be up...

Senior class council president prepares for graduation speech

Hannah Blakely, Features Editor

April 27, 2011

On May 21 senior Jacob Davies will take the stage in Bud Walton Arena and stand in front of the crowd of the class of 2011 and their family and friends.  Davies is the senior class council president and will deliver the senior speech at graduation. "It is just a great privledge to be get this once in a life time opportunity...

Senior takes CNA exam

Britanee Russell, Co-Editor

April 27, 2011

Senior Alexus Beltrami nervously checks the mail each day after school hoping for that one special letter that will set her on track for the rest of her life.   On April 11, Beltrami took her Certified Nurse's Assistant at The Schmeiding Center in Springdale.  This certification will allow her to move on and become a Registered...

Walker Collins plays crowd at Electro House Rave

Hannah Ash, Reporter

March 9, 2011

Onstage at around midnight on Feb. 26, junior Walker Collins feels the rush of 300 people jumping and cheering his name. This is just another night in the exciting career of DJ Mobster, Collins' name while working as a DJ for parties called raves at Gymnastic Joe's at the Fayetteville Mall. Collins became interested in...

Chemistry classes dye shirts

Jasmeet Braich, Reporter

March 1, 2011

Orange! Orange! That was the only thing junior Summer Morgan knew for sure. She knew that she wanted to have an orange tie dyed shirt. She had never tie dyed before, and she was a little hesitant to try. "I was excited to see the outcome. I thought it was going to be hideous. I went outside and noticed that a lot of...

Students act in community production

Britanee Russell, Editor

February 18, 2011

Senior Rachel Boekhaus has nerves flittering around in her stomach like a swarm of angry butterflies-it's time to get into character for her role as Renee in her play "Anne Frank and Me." "I use my nerves to make my performance stronger," said Boekhaus. Boekhaus and fellow classmate sophomore Hannah Ash are a part of "Anne...

Grant Gershner earns 13th chair

Hannah Ash, Reporter

February 18, 2011

Junior Grant Gershner stands up shocked to receive the honors of being named 13th chair at the All-State choir competition. "I was excited! I thought I did pretty bad," said Gershner. "At competition, we had to practice and perform three songs as a section with 20 people in each section. I put in quite a bit of effort,...

Senior embraces Steelers with family

Britanee Russell, Co-Editor

February 16, 2011

Loud cheers, concession stand food, team paraphernalia; this is what senior Victoria Covert has been waiting for ever since she found out her team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, would be taking on the Green Bay Packers in Superbowl XLV.  Covert and her family have always been Steelers fans and are looking forward to cheering...

Pottery’s end justifies the means

Ben Burns, Opinions Editor

January 30, 2011

A lump of wet clay sits on a table. There is nothing special about the clay. There is nothing great about this lump. It just sits there useless. The clay will sit there until a sculptor takes that lump and begins to work with it. The artist can see potential that no one else can see, but he or she knows it will be a very...

Students share their New Year’s resolutions

January 23, 2011

One of the oldest traditions for the New Year dated is New Year resolutions.  Dated back to the ancient Babylonians, New Year’s resolutions have been popular and created by people all around the world. Popular resolutions normally include getting fit and healthy for the year or being a better person and a better friend. ...

Sophomore adjust to life in the U.S.

Linda Sayapharath, Reporter

January 23, 2011

Coming from the city of  Cascavel, Brazil, Thaisa Brandalize is one of the Wildcat's new foreign exchange students. Although journeying from a completely different country, Brandalize is enjoying her stay in the United States and finds it somewhat similar to her home of Cacavel. The transition has been easy, and she alreadys...

Mouse escapes up a sleeve in AP biology

Elizabeth Hankins, Entertainment Editor

January 23, 2011

The squeaking sounds and wiggling whiskers of tested mice fill the AP biology room. Students designed experiments to test either a mouse or fish. Junior Emily Rainey built a maze for her cracker crazy creature and everything was fine and dandy until another classmate asked for her help. It all started with the decision...

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