The Black & White

Shabana Gupta

Shabana Gupta, Staff Writer

Shabana is going on her second year with newspaper. The majority of her time is consumed by fantasy, which is why she's constantly covered in paint and clay dust.

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Chris Beguhn

May 21, 2018

Katie Black

May 21, 2018

John Chai

May 21, 2018
Dave Oldham

Dave Oldham

May 21, 2018
Donald Chivas paints the words After Prom in a style he has perfected after years of graffiti in his old city. Chivas started spray painting after his brother, and then inherated his signature.

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April 25, 2018
Donald Chivas paints the words After Prom in a style he has perfected after years of graffiti in his old city. Chivas started spray painting after his brother, and then inherited his signature.

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April 25, 2018
Santana Amatya paints a sunset for the first time. Some of the paint sprayed up onto her clothes and those of people around her as the wind swept over the pieces.

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April 25, 2018
Amberley Dal '20 creates her second spray paint piece. Art teacher Katie Black suggested having a statue of Liberty to represent NYC even more, and Dal excitedly started painting.

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April 25, 2018
All of the paintings inside drying before parent Roxi Evans-Guilloz takes them to prepare for After Prom. The room filled up with fumes by the next morning.

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April 25, 2018
Parent Roxi Evans-Guilloz brings in the cardboards covered in paint. Evans-Guilloz and other parents have been preparing for After Prom, and decided it would be best if students decorated the signs to give them more meaning.

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April 25, 2018
Art teacher Katie Black carries multiple pieces inside after everyone has finished painting. Black dabbled in spray paint when she was younger, though recently has not messed with it.

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April 25, 2018
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April 3, 2018
Amanda Roberts '19 and  her younger brother ___ are protesting at Walk for our Lives.

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April 11, 2018
English teacher Ed Walker walks down the hallway as multiple students turn their heads. Walker wore the horns the entire time he was facilitating GSA.

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February 19, 2018
English teacher Ed Walker waits for the photo area to be set up. A student is holding the black sheet up behind Walker in preparation for the photo.

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February 19, 2018
Dani Hindman '18 colors the horns to give it an irritated look. Hindman uses what is called a 'gore pallet' for the darker red colors.

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February 19, 2018
Dani Hindman '18 attatches horns onto English teacher Ed Walker. The mixture Hindman used to attach the horns was made of cotton balls and latex.

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February 19, 2018
English teacher Ed Walker holds the oven baked clay horn to his forehead as Dani Hindman '18 attaches the horn. Spirit gum was used to create a mild attachment between the skin and horn.

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February 19, 2018
Dani Hindman '18 is dries the latex using her fan. Hindman was working under a time limit and was not able to wait for the latex to dry naturally.

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February 19, 2018
Dani Hindman '18 attaches her own horns to join the photo with English teacher Ed Walker. Hindman's horns were a sparkly red in contrast to Walker's black horns.

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February 19, 2018
Track six students cook pasta with different supplies they brought.

Cooking in the cold

December 13, 2017
Backup tanks for the expanding heated water.

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November 22, 2017
Sebastian Gomez '18 cracks eggs for the pumpkin bars. Gomez had trouble keeping the egg shells out of the bowl for the first couple of eggs.

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December 20, 2017
Sebastian Gomez '18 (left) and Eric Daylue '19 (right) scrap the pumpkin filling out of its can. The two were helping each other make their pumpkin bars after being seated at the same table.

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December 20, 2017
Julie Reed scraps the pumpkin bar mixture into the pan before placing everything in the oven. She was helping Kamrae Johnson '20 while Johnson was finishing her casserole.

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December 20, 2017
Hope '20 prepares her pumpkin bar mixture. The group ran out of sugar part of the way through and had to borrow from the culinary rooms.

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December 20, 2017
Madison Heston '19 scraps mashed potatoes off of her paddle attachment. Student boiled the potatoes before skinning them and running the blender.

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December 20, 2017
Christine Wolfred retrieves the pumpkin bars from the oven after checking they are fully cooked. If the bars moved when being shifted around, Wolfred would place them back in for longer.

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December 20, 2017
Karma Johnson '20 iwrites a letter of thanks to HyVee for donating food for the activity. Each participant signed the card to HyVee with short messages.

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December 20, 2017
Madison Heston '19 grabs a snack before cooking. Most of the foods were cracker sandwiches and chips that kids could eat between cooking dishes.

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December 20, 2017
Hope Sheerwood '20 whipes down the tables after everyone has finished cooking. While mixing the pumpkin bars batter, Sheerwood was covered in flour that was pushed out of the bowl.

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December 20, 2017
Cheyenne Stroeber '20 packs away her food to bring hope. Each student had enough dishes to fill the box with minimal extra room.

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December 20, 2017
Kalambayi Ntambwe '18 demonstrates his mobility with the empathy belly by doing a suggested exercise activity. Physical activity is necessary for a pregnant mother in order to keep balance and reduce back pain.

Man enough for empathy

November 14, 2017
Moses is being unstrapped from his empathy belly. The belly has three straps on the back in addition to the two shoulder straps in order to keep the weight of the empathy belly held up.

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November 14, 2017
Parul Srivastava '19 is pointing out design elements from a picture on her phone. Srivastava normally uses designs she's found on the internet to replicate with her own style change.

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November 14, 2017
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November 1, 2017
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