The Black & White

The virtual economy

Sector six is counting up their dice to see if they won the war against sector one.

Gretchen Lagerblade, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

Erin Lamberty ‘18 and Darrick Beckman '18 were strategizing to try to come up with a way to keep their country afloat after it was hit by a hurricane. “Every round we get hit by something bad and we lose a lot of resources and we are India so we need a lot of resources,” Lamberty said. Lam...

Sydney Peterman

Sydney Peterman

Gretchen Lagerblade, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

“I’m in marching band, I play trumpet. One time I was with Brianna Johnson ‘18 and Nicole Jordan ‘18 it was sophomore year we went to Walgreens because we had a break before a football game, we all got one thing and I got Oreos. I ate like 17 Oreos in a row, it was the double stuffed Oreos so...

Ruth Thoreson

Ruth Thoreson

Gretchen Lagerblade, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

"I met my husband online. We had a date from match.com . He was my last date, thank goodness, it would be kind of awkward if it wasn't. We have been married for 12 years, and we foster cats together. We have a foster right now, they are rather chunky and our job is to try to slim them down. We usually...

Daniel Yang

Daniel Yang

Gretchen Lagerblade, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

"It was April Fools Day, and I was in a play and was supposed to play a queen. Then I thought, 'you know what would be really great? is if I wore a dress for the whole school day.'  So on the day that I did it I first asked the principal to make sure it was okay. She said that she strongly suggested...

Ben Smlatic

Ben Smlatic

Gretchen Lagerblade, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

"There was this one time that Edin, Sam, and I were going to go watch this really good action movie. It was the same day that "The Fault in Our Stars" came out. When we went to buy the tickets for the action movie it was already sold out. It was back when we couldn't drive so our moms had already dropped...

Isabelle Thomasee

Isabelle Thomasee

Gretchen Lagerblade, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

"In April I will be testing for my black belt. I go out to "Dojos Family Martial Arts" in Ankeny three or four nights a week. I have been doing it for about five years now. They have one place in Ankeny and one in Johnston that opened about a year ago. Martial arts is good for you."