The Black & White

Virtual substitute’s success is up to the students

Virtual substitute’s success is up to the students

Joe Kronberg, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018


Filed under A Cup of Joe, Opinion

In most classes when a teacher is gone for the day, it is usually left up to the sub to simply take attendance and make sure everyone is on task. In the past year, this has caused the district to beg the question on whether or not there is a need for a sub, or if it would be more efficient to trust students...

Streets of After Prom

Streets of After Prom

Shabana Gupta, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


Filed under Creative Differences, News

In order to put up decorations for after prom, parents decided to consult the art teachers and set up a time for students to create their own artwork and decorations. Roxi Evans-Guilloz brought spray paint for students to use after school with the art club and anyone else who wanted to join. ...

Making stop motion animation using clay figures

Making stop motion animation using clay figures

Sarah Nelson, Staff Writter

March 7, 2018


Filed under Creative Differences, Showcase

Oliver Carrell '18 first became interested in animation early on. He used to use a program called Pivot Animator on his computer when he was younger. "It always gave my computer a virus when I downloaded it." Carrell said. "It destroyed every computer my family has ever owned, and I didn't realize it...

Sand Art; from a forbidden hobby to a refined passion

Sand Art; from a forbidden hobby to a refined passion

Shabana Gupta, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018


Filed under Columns, Creative Differences, Showcase

Sand Art or Ramel, meaning sandbox, was originally practiced in the desert where sand was abundant. The sand would be ground into a fine powder and dyed with brilliant colors using natural ingredients and minerals. With this sand and years of practice, people learned how to create detailed drawings within...

Formed through art; Amberly Dal

Formed through art; Amberly Dal

Shabana Gupta, Staff writer

February 9, 2018


Filed under Columns, Creative Differences, Feature, Showcase

Growing up, Amberly Dal '20 spent Saturday mornings with her mom playing with beads. "I would come downstairs and she would have a cup of hot cocoa ready for me and we would just sit by the window and we would make jewelry," she said. "My jewelry was horrible, but I got to pick out beads and I could...

Photography classes give students new opportunities

Photography classes give students new opportunities

Sarah Nelson, Staff Writter

December 5, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Creative Differences, Feature, Showcase

Starting this year, the introductory courses for photography made some adaptations to shift into two courses. This change has been in the works for quite some time. "We had several meetings to come up with what would be the best way to design a photo curriculum. I feel like darkroom is equally as important...