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For the Love of Dogs: Getting Sully and a Healthy Treat Recipe

For the Love of Dogs: Getting Sully and a Healthy Treat Recipe

Breanna Trudeau, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018

My mom and I begged my stepdad for a Pomeranian puppy for days. When my mom showed me a picture of the cute little ball of fluff, his cuteness overwhelmed my mom and I. We had to have him. My stepdad was adamant about not having a puppy, but he eventually got annoyed and gave in. I was so excited...

Newbies’ Guide to West Brunswick

Newbies’ Guide to West Brunswick

Julia Foster, Staff Writer

October 10, 2018

I think we’ve all been in the position of the new kid. Whether you were a freshman or just coming from a different school in the district, you have experienced “the first day.” Coming from Florida, I can safely say that West Brunswick is such a different and special school to be navigating. I...

The Sweet Tooth

The Sweet Tooth

Alyssa Robinson, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

As an avid browser of the Instagram explore page, I am no stranger to mesmerizing videos of ice cream being rolled. So, in hopes of consuming heaven on earth and getting a super dope time lapse for my personal feed, this week I set out to find some rolled ice cream. To my surprise, I didn’t have to travel fa...

Are you College Ready? KWL Chart

Are you College Ready? KWL Chart

Taliyah Daniels, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018

Hello everyone! My name is Taliyah Daniels. I am here to get you ‘college ready’. I am an active student in the AVID program, which is Advancement via Individual Determination. AVID helps get students ready for college and gives students all the right tools to attend college. AVID also guides stud...

Chase’s Catch Fishing Report: End of Summer

Chase’s Catch Fishing Report: End of Summer

Chase Soyars, Staff Writer

October 8, 2018

  With Fall inching closer bringing cooler water temperatures, local fishing is bound to soon increase, with fish growing in size and swimming in larger schools. The only downside being more frequent rains pouring freshwater into the waterway scattering the fish out of some of the best spots. ...

Truck Trends: Carolina Squat? Carolina NOT

Truck Trends: Carolina Squat? Carolina NOT

Braxton Powell, Staff Writer

September 9, 2018

This trend originated in California with the Baja racing circuit. This type of racing occurs out in the desert where its hilly and full of sand. The reason to squat trucks for this race was so that when you hit a jump at high speeds, since your rear end is lower than your front bumper, your rear hi...

PBIS Spring Fling 2018

PBIS Spring Fling 2018

Taliyah Daniels, Event Coordinator

May 25, 2018

May 23rd, WBHS held its Spring PBIS Celebration on the football field. Students participated in cornhole, science activities, water games, and more. They also enjoyed Pelican's snowballs and other treats from the concession stand. The rain didn't stop the fun; activities moved into the gym, including...

A Night to Remember

Taliyah Daniels, staff writer

April 26, 2018

Prom is a special day that no teenager ever forgets. It is a day full of new experiences and adventures. On April 14, West Brunswick High School held their prom at the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The theme for this year’s prom was Hollywood. This has been the first year th...

April Counselors’ Corner

April Counselors’ Corner

Breanna Trudeau, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018

Cap & Gown: It's not too late to order Graduation Dress Requirements: What you wear under your cap & gown is just as important as your cap & gown on graduation day. You want to be comfortable, respectable and have a stress free day as you walk across the stage. Ladies should wear a solid color...

West’s Walkout

West’s Walkout

Angela Arevalo, Assistant Editor

March 29, 2018

Students at West walked out of their classes on March 14, in order to honor the lives of the 17 people killed at Stoneman Douglas.

West Brunswick’s 2018 Senior Class Picture

West Brunswick’s 2018 Senior Class Picture

Kara Cheers

March 27, 2018

The senior class took their class photo spelling out '2018' for this school year's yearbook.

PBIS Freshman of the Month: Emma Hamric

PBIS Freshman of the Month:   Emma Hamric

Breanna Trudeau, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

Freshman student of the month goes to Emma Hamric! Hamric is a hardworking and diligent student who impresses all of her teachers and is always willing to learn. Hamric was nominated by her math teacher Ms. Adcock. “Emma works hard in class and comes to tutoring consistently,” said Ms. Adcock “She...

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