One Last Ride

One Last Ride

By: Kinslie Washington Fans are cheering, coaches are yelling, players are fighting, and the game is starting. The stadium is full and the lights are beaming down, it’s the start of the championship game and the first for sophomores and juniors and the last for the seniors. The fans are cheering then they got silet, [...]

Vocal and Orchestra Kick Off Christmas with a Mass

Vocal and Orchestra Kick Off Christmas with a Mass

By: Elise Burmeister Vocal Music and Orchestra are kicking off this year’s Christmas season with Franz Schubert’s Mass in G. A “Mass” is essentially a traditional Catholic church service set to music and sung in Latin lasting roughly 22 minutes. The mass will have the chamber orchestra and all vocal students performing. Jillian Bethel, a [...]

A Trip Into Room 203

A Trip Into Room 203

BY Santiago Serrano   Amid a flurry of activity ranging from people looking over solutions to others marking out and building the space they needed was one guy sitting behind a computer, quietly taking attendance, and orchestrating this controlled madness, his name? Jake Dyke. The club? Science olympiad. The one thing everyone had in common? [...]