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Art teachers visit NAEA to further educating abilities

Art teachers visit NAEA to further educating abilities

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

April 13, 2015

The National Art Education Association held it’s annual convention on March 26th-28th in New Orleans, and in attendance was current educator in the art department Mrs. Judy Switzer and former FHC art educator Ms. Michelle Ridlen. According Ms. Ridlen, the National Art Education Association, or NAEA...

Art Club to paint new mural

A mural at the top of the stairs by the art hallway. This was painted last year by Art Club.

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

April 7, 2015

Out of tradition, Art Club will be painting a mural in the hallways of FHC. While the time is uncertain at this point, the mural will likely be seen toward the end of the year. Every member of Art Club, students and others, are allowed to participate in the painting. Among these is Art Club veteran...

Fine Arts Festival rescheduled

Jazz Ensemble performing in the front of FHC on a Friday. They won't be able to perform at the Fine Arts Festival til May 1st due to the reschedule.

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

March 6, 2015

Due to weather conditions, the Fine Arts Festival was rescheduled to May 1 from its original Feb. 20th slot. Students from departments involved have been affected differently from the more than two month delay. Junior Cameron Lundberg plays for the Jazz Ensemble which was slotted to play at the Fi...

Basement development

The four man development team for

Jake Roach, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2015

I was watching "Indie Game: The Movie" which is undoubtedly one of my favorite documentaries of all time. It inspired me to talk about an often overlooked topic for the majority of gamers. Now while I am a PC gamer, I’m not blind to the fact that the majority of people aren’t. Unfortunately this...

Terms of service

Terms of service

Jake Roach, voice Editor

February 26, 2015

The irony might be a little too strong in this post, considering the very issue I’m going to be complaining about is the exact service I’m using to write it, and in case you didn’t know what service I’m referring to, it’s Google. Google is not a mere search engine anymore, it’s grown and...

Freddy got what?

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

February 6, 2015

It was a Friday night, and I was sitting alone in my room. The big plans for the weekend died a horrible death and like many, I was left staring at the wall, waiting for whatever was going to happen, to happen.This boredom brings on some interesting discoveries, not the least of which was found that...

The $600 gaming PC

The $600 gaming PC

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

January 30, 2015

PC gaming is expensive right? Well let’s shoot that ridiculous idea full of holes. I’m going to show a PC build, complete with an operating system for $600, with links to each of the products. If you’re new around here, check out this video if you’re interested in building a PC: How to build a PC - Newegg CPU: AMD Athlon X4 740K 3....

Top games of 2014

Top games of 2014

Jake Roach, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2015

  5. “Darks Souls II” Finally. That’s all I can say. The Souls series has been begging for a quality PC port since Demon Souls dropped on PS3, and now it’s here. Unlike the port of the first Dark Souls, Dark Souls II makes the game comfortable to play with a keyboard and mouse whi...

Gearing up for the Fine Arts Festival

Sydney Sullivan painting a new piece. Some of her work may be featured in the festival.

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

January 22, 2015

On Friday, Feb. 20, students within The Fine Arts Department all around FHC will meet to show off their talents in the cafeteria. Students from band, theatre, and the art department gather to celebrate their hard work and provide activities for families all around the area. Among these students is...

A growing disconnect

A growing disconnect

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

January 14, 2015

First and foremost, the majority of this argument is based around the stance developed by TotalBiscuit, a YouTube commentator on video games. I wanted to get that out of the way first to give credit where credit is due. Now, almost every person who has purchased a video game has purchased a used one,...

5 PC gaming stocking stuffers

Jake Roach, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2014

    In the modern Christmas season, money is often substituted for gifts by request of the receiver, but most can’t deny the mutually beneficial feeling of giving a well thought out gift to someone. Below is a list of 5 items that will be perfect for any PC gamer.     A n...

STEAM SALE

Jake Roach, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2014

During Thanksgiving break, Steam had it’s annual Autumn Sale, titled this year as the Exploration Sale. The online gaming platform had over 6,000 games on sale, with at least 5,000 of those under $10. In addition to the massive sales, Steam also had daily deals (which actually lasted two days) and f...

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