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Top 5 Favorite Directors

Top 5 Favorite Directors

Grant Boehne, Video Editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Feature, Feature, My 5's, Showcase

1: David Lynch: He's surrealist genius and a master of the nonlinear plot. Every scene feels like a trip through something that has never happened but feels so familiar. He directs a scene with such persistence and motivation that he is able to get the very best out of his actors. Things may seem weir...

Top 5 petpeeves

Top 5 petpeeves

Zoe Lentz, Staff photographer

October 1, 2018


Filed under Feature, Feature, My 5's, Showcase

#1- Over sensitivity: I understand that it is the 21st century and things are changing, that’s not a bad thing. However, the littlest things really grinds my gears. For example, some people take it upon themselves to be overly offended about the most insignificant comments in tv shows, jokes or, movie...

Top 5 trees

Top 5 trees

Margaret Wilkerson, Staff reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Feature

Black Walnut The Black Walut is a species of deciduous tree native to eastern North America. The dark wood of this faithful tree is easily worked and used commercially in multiple ways- such as furniture and carvings. The nutmeats (walnuts) produced by this tree are a staple in American culture, cui...

Top 5 youtube channels

Top 5 youtube channels

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff reporter

September 11, 2018


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No. 1: Philip DeFranco                         A youtuber who covers recent events and online controversies from Monday through Friday in the afternoons. He spends time talking about two or three subjects a video depending on what’s highly requested by his 6.2 million follow...

A black-tie affair

A black-tie affair

Belen Herrera, Photography executive editor

May 1, 2018


Filed under Feature, Galleries

Mr. FHC raises funds

Mr. FHC raises funds

Gillian Pendel, Staff Photographer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Events, Feature, Galleries, Showcase

The annual Mr. FHC fundraiser took place last week, this year raising money for Five Acres Animal Shelter. Through the combined ticket sales and “Miracle Minute” segment, over $2,000 was raised. Carl Swanson was crowned Mr. Sophomore, Eion Jones received Mr. Junior, and Aleks Kisselhoff won Mr. S...

Rhythm of change

Rhythm of change

Megan Percy, Staff reporter

February 15, 2018


Filed under Culture, Feature, Showcase

In the Bishop Arts District of Dallas, on the corner of Hunky’s Diner off North Bishop Avenue, a pair of drums echo a mellow tune. The man who sits behind them has his eyes closed, face illuminated in the electric glow of a red neon sign, tempering the beat to the rhythm of his soul. It matches the pac...

A unique sport

A unique sport

Abby Weirich, Staff photographer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Feature, Galleries

Every Tuesday night during the marching band season, beginning at 6 p.m. and ending at 9 p.m., the color guard makes the trek out to school for the second time in a row to practice as an individual section. They do this so that they can practice separately from the rest of the band and focus on the sp...

A colorFALL practice

A colorFALL practice

Elissa Staten, Staff photographer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Feature, Galleries

On Sept. 12, Spartan Regiment’s woodwinds and brass met for their annual Tuesday sectional with Mr. Nathan Griffin. The sections break up into groups to work on certain parts of the show. The flutes junior Breana Epperson was going over the poses the flutes do during movement two. Senior Carlin B...

‘A creative force’

‘A creative force’

Ruth Doll, Staff photographer

October 31, 2017


Filed under Feature, Galleries

This year’s group of NAHS kids may be small, but they are still quite a creative force to be reckoned with. There are more than 100 students in the afterschool club, not including the supervisor, Ms. Elizabeth Allen. NAHS encourage kids to join so they can enjoy doing their own creative projects as we...

Lightning, murder, and….Romance?

Lightning, murder, and….Romance?

Reese McLaughlin, Staff reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Feature, Feature, Reviews

“And Then There Were None” was one of the first books that I read for school and actually enjoyed. The way Agatha Christie writes entraps the reader in her world. She doesn't baby the audience by dumbing down the plot, which is something I always appreciate. Then Hollywood came along and made a ...

Varsity Boys soccer shut out

Varsity Boys soccer shut out

Zach Jones, Livestream Editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Boys Soccer, Fall Sports, Feature, Galleries, Move

The Varsity soccer team defeated Troy sweeping them 2-0. The Central soccer players “almost had perfect chemistry on the field”, said Junior Brendan Flerlage after the win. After an up and down season for the boys, the team was happy to get this win.  ...

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