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

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

The Black & White

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

The Black & White

Ahmad Smith

Ahmad Smith, Photographer

Ahmad smith likes to skateboard and take photos. He's been
skating since he was about 10 and taking photos since age 14. He hope's
to be a full time fashion photographer. Ahmad was born in Philadelphia but
moved to Delaware about a week after, lived in Delaware until age 6
then moved here to Iowa. He lives in Urbandale. He listens to all types of
music from anything 60's - 80's to 2015 Megan trainer. Ahmad wants to live
in New York or California with a small or medium sized dog and maybe
with a girlfriend.

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Senior Yash Gupta,  junior Grayson Haggett converse with Technology Specialist Ryan Witt about Hyperstream. The club met Feb. 16 to work on computers in Computer Science teacher Justin Lewiss room.

[Photo] The other side of hacking

Matthew Berry, Staff Writer
February 9, 2016
During their second song lead vocalist Ryan Miller puts his hands up to acknowledge the crowd. Guster performed at Woolys Feb. 3 will opener band Vetiver.

[Photo] Exclusive look into music venue Wooly’s

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief
February 9, 2016
Nicolas Ronkar

Nicolas Ronkar

Ahmad Smith, Staff Writer
October 21, 2015
Screaming for joy is senior Macey Kramer as the Varsity team scores a touchdown. The Dragons played against the Lewis Central Titans Oct. 16 with the Dragons winning 7-0.

[Photo] Titans topple

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief
October 19, 2015
Chicken: 30

Chicken: 30

Ahmad Smith, Staff Writer
October 13, 2015
Electric Funeral

Electric Funeral

Ahmad Smith, Staff Writer
October 7, 2015
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