by Erik Hernandez, Staff Reporter The annual variety show, on Nov. 17 and Nov. 18, keeps the tradition of being a way for students to express themselves through acts. “There are many different acts such as acting and singing, they all let kids express themselves,” Daniel Glowa, senior, said. This is his fourth year in the variety show, and he did the variety this year a custom of four years in the variety show. ”We give out $1,000 scholarships to two shades club members who we feel deserve them,” Bertha Sanchez, student advocate and Students Helping Accept Diversity in Every…
Photos by Kelly McKewin, Staff Reporter Circus Literary Magazine hosted its annual fundraiser all day on Nov. 10 at Barnes and Noble. Customers can use vouchers with their purchase, and 15 percent of the sale goes towards Circus. Circus uses this money to print the magazine. In addition, students ran activities in the morning, such as story time, crafts, caricatures and cupcake decorating. Students raised over $400.
Movie: Paranormal Activity 4 The fourth installment of the massively successful series will follow another individual who is stalked and attacked by a paranormal force. The movie was released on Oct. 19, and it will follow the events that occurred immediately after the end of the second film. Album: “Red” by Taylor Swift Taylor Swift will re-emerge with her latest album, “Red,” on Oct. 2 to all major retailers, including iTunes. The album ventures far from Swift’s previous albums as it fuses elements of pop into the country genre. The album is expected to debut with large sales. …
Photos by Frida Valdés, Feature Editor Latino Club sponsored a Halloween party Oct. 28, which featured activities for children. These activities included Operation Snowball games, cookie decorating, a pinata and other Halloween-themed activities. The funds from admission and donations for this party went towards Latino Club senior scholarships.
Photos by Frida Valdés, Feature Editor Students Helping Accept Diversity in Every Situation (SHADES) volunteered at Make a Difference Day on Oct. 27 at Riley Elementary School. SHADES, along with other community organizations, set up Halloween-themed games and activities for children, including children with special needs. Students in SHADES ran the prize table and Bozo buckets station.
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by Robert Perales, A&E Editor Stephen Chbosky makes his directing debut in the coming-of-age teen drama, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” With an outstanding cast including Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, and Ezra Miller, Chbosky successfully delivers one of the best films of 2012. Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, “Perks” follows 15 year-old Charlie (Lerman) on an emotionally thrilling ride as he embarks on a journey through his first year of high school. After leading a life of distress and loneliness, Charlie meets seniors, Sam (Watson) and Patrick (Miller), and quickly begins to break away from…
Check out this broadcast of the home game on Oct. 19, where varsity football played against Hersey High School.Wheeling High School Vs. Hersey High School – Last Regular Season
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Photos by Frida Valdés, Katia Bryhadyr, Paige McCoy, Rossy Peralta and Daniel Ramirez