Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

The Black & White

Fashion: A Means of Expression

Fashion: A Means of Expression

Katrina Nguyen, Guest Writer October 26, 2021

In the hallways of Johnston High School, fashion is everywhere. Baggy clothes, funky patterns, and accessories adorn the most stylish students as a form of self-expression. Though confidence is key to...

Maida Jusufovic ‘22, admires her pumpkin spice latte. She enjoyed tasting the drink and giving her honest thoughts.

Pumpkin Spice Lattes Are a Fall Essential

Eva Wozniczka, Morality Manager October 26, 2021

Fall is never complete without a pumpkin spice latte (PSL) in hand. The cozy vibes you get out of every sip make me count down the days ‘til Starbucks releases it back to the public.  The pumpkin...

My second Marauder and its Greenlight model. Maybe someday it will run. If one looks closely, there is a bunny under it

See you out on the Road

Tate Larsen, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

Every farmer in the Midwest has some rusty, old car in their yard or barn, but I have a 2004 Dark Toreador Red Marauder sitting in mine with a bunny living underneath it. I bought it on Feb. 28, 2021,...

During her doubles match against Valley, Jennifer Larson ‘21 hits a return of serve. Larson and her partner Allie Christensen ‘24 lost 4-5.

Girls’ Tennis Competes in Cold Johnston Invite

Tate Larsen and Nolan Akins April 19, 2021

The girls' tennis team placed fourth in the Johnston Invite April 9. The invite consisted of a tough field including the winner, Centennial, Dowling Catholic, Valley and Waukee.

This unloved car was parked in the yard of an abandoned house. I had no idea what it was. Even my mom did not know. I could see the partial logo on the car – Stude-aker. When I looked it up on my phone, I realized it was a Studebaker, a brand that has not been around since the early 60s. No one answered the door, so how it got there is a mystery. It seems to be either a 1956 Commander or President Classic.

Restoring Rust Buckets

Tate Larsen, Staff Writer December 30, 2020

I love driving around spotting old cars in yards, so I packed my girlfriend and my mom into her truck and went on a drive. Several, actually. We headed for places where we knew we might find cars, areas...

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