Born for Broadway: Joanna Jones

Claire Gretlein, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 22, 2019

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Joanna Jones is a graduate of Nipomo High and a UCLA Musical theatre alumnus. Jones has been hard at work in the theatre world since high school. She began her career as a shy wallflower, afraid to step forward and showcase her...

Fostering Creativity in the Classroom

Katie Padden, Opinions Editor

March 21, 2019

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Learning to foster creative intelligence is an aspect of all learning. The opportunity to create art is one that is perhaps just as impactful as having a great math teacher or taking the best English class you’ve ever had; le...

Using Art to Share My World

Katie Padden, Opinions Editor

March 18, 2019

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Every child has the potential to become a great artist, to harness the ability to transform the mundane into the extraordinary. I firmly believe this. However, it is only with dedication and support that this potential can be unloc...

MoonRise Kingdom Art Review

MoonRise Kingdom Art Review

February 25, 2019

The Pixel Art Style

The Pixel Art Style

February 25, 2019

Questions For The Poetic Mind: Q & A With a Campus Poet

Grace Padden, Editor in Chief

February 25, 2019

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Is there any kind of poetry you wish was more prevalent in our culture? I think the world can do with more poetry in general; not necessarily a specific type. I think we need all types of poets to represent all different types...

Poetry Out Loud: More Than Just Words On a Paper

Claire Gretlein, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 25, 2019

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In January, Nipomo High school held its annual Poetry Out Loud competition, consisting of three performance rounds. The first round was one poem recited in front of your assigned English class. The second level was a competitio...

Reaching Out

Grace Padden, Co-Editor in Chief

December 11, 2018

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Many California families lost their homes and livelihoods in this year’s record-breakingly destructive fire season this year. Over five dozen people have been killed in the Camp Fire, the most in California history. More than a ...

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