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Blink-182 concert fires up crowd

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By Brock Rustin

When asked to describe the Blink-182 concert in three words, junior Lucas Brandt simply replied, “Blood, beer and sweat, mixed with the slight stench of urine in the air.” To the die-hard Blink-182 fan or any concert for that matter, this happens to be the makings of a nearly unforgettable performance. At $55 for admission, junior Josh Henaman watched the entire show deep within the mosh pit at Wells Fargo Arena. The pit is well known for causing serious

injuries and bad memories. Henaman came out with a single bruise to the jaw, and an overpriced $35 Blink shirt. The concert opened up with Neon Trees, and was then followed by My Chemical Romance and Blink-182. My Chemical Romance played for forty five minutes, and Blink-182 played fan favorites such as “The Party Song” and “Up All Night”. Travis Barker, (Blink 182’s drummer) was hoisted off the stage and traveled above the crowd amidst during his absurd drum solo.

Photo credit: Josh Henaman

Blink-182 performs “Up All Night” at Wells Fargo Arena on September eighth. My Chemical Romance also performed.

Kayce Pederson

TeRae Holmes

Bachelorette

Bachelor

Grade: 12 1. What is your ideal date? Ryan Reynolds 2. If you could date any celebrity who would it be? Ryan Reynolds 3. Best pick up line used, or used on you? My love for you is like diarrhea, I just can’t hold it in. 4. Would you prefer a night on the town with your date, or a night in cuddling and why? Cuddling because I’m cuddly. 5. What is too soon for you to post your relationship status? Before you discuss it. 6. If you could get any present for your date what would it be? A Maserati

Grade:12 1. What is your ideal date? Dinner and a movie, a funny movie because girls like to laugh. 2. If you could date any celebrity who would it be? Megan Good 3.Best pick up line you’ve used? I don’t need pick up lines! 4.Would you prefer a night on the town with your date or a night in cuddling? Cuddling, because cuddling is the best. 5. When would you post your relationship status? After two months. 6. If you could get any present for your date what would it be? Nice diamond necklace, earrings and bracelet.


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Entertainment

Students get a little “Footloose” By Lara Plecas

Every three years the drama department performs a musical. This year they are producing the musical “Footloose.” What does it take to make it in the musical? Over the next couple weeks, we will follow senior, Bryan Gamboa to experience the auditioning and rehearsal process. Bryan is the drama president and member of Choralation. Although Bryan performs on stage often, he often works behind the scenes. Auditions were held after school on August 30th and 31st. Students signed up for an audition slot, memorized a minute monologue, and sang a clip from a song. In the audition, students went in with groups of four to six, and took turns performing their selections for the four judges. “Since it’s my sixth play

got that part, it wouldn’t be bad either. Nathan Smith I wanted to get a role where I wasn’t feeling nervous there was a lot of dancing. It’s will definitely rock that part. about actually auditioning. All of the students are going my strong point of the three,” to rock the parts, especially Madison Wepfer, Tommy Lau, Tommy Stern, Kathryn Soorholtz and Becca Ihnen,” said Bryan. Despite the intense competition, people still come together to create memories. Over the Labor Day weekend, the directors decided on who should be cast in the show. “I was officially cast as a high school student/dancer/ parishioner. It was what I wanted, and I am so excited to be up there dancing in Bryan Gamboa,17, poses for a picture in the auditorium before his audition. said Bryan reflecting on a role this musical! The lead roles I’m just a little overwhelmed were so well cast,” said he wanted. and a little stressed about Bryan. When a musical is school,” said Bryan before After the cast list gets produced, ticket sales go up his audition. posted, students are exexponentially, which means Since Bryan is involved in pected to show up to more competition for the Varsity Show Choir and the rehearsal to read through spots. drama department, he adthe script. “Once I got a call back, I mires dancing, singing, and More information on Footloose read for the excitiing part of acting. “Since it is a musical, will be featured in our next issue. Willard. It was funny, so if I

She’s too young for you bro...

“ If they check her ID when she goes to PG-13 movies, she’s too young for you bro.” - Dominic Grant, Senior “ If her age is still on the clock, she’s too young for you bro.” - Sarah Turner, Sophomore “If she still sings along to Disney movies, she’s too young for you bro.” -Nick Carlisle, Junior


Entertainment

Blink-182 concert fires up crowd

11

By Brock Rustin

When asked to describe the Blink-182 concert in three words, junior Lucas Brandt simply replied, “Blood, beer and sweat, mixed with the slight stench of urine in the air.” To the die-hard Blink-182 fan or any concert for that matter, this happens to be the makings of a nearly unforgettable performance. At $55 for admission, junior Josh Henaman watched the entire show deep within the mosh pit at Wells Fargo Arena. The pit is well known for causing serious

injuries and bad memories. Henaman came out with a single bruise to the jaw, and an overpriced $35 Blink shirt. The concert opened up with Neon Trees, and was then followed by My Chemical Romance and Blink-182. My Chemical Romance played for forty five minutes, and Blink-182 played fan favorites such as “The Party Song” and “Up All Night”. Travis Barker, (Blink 182’s drummer) was hoisted off the stage and traveled above the crowd amidst during his absurd drum solo.

Photo credit: Josh Henaman

Blink-182 performs “Up All Night” at Wells Fargo Arena on September eighth. My Chemical Romance also performed.

Kayce Pederson

TeRae Holmes

Bachelorette

Bachelor

Grade: 12 1. What is your ideal date? Ryan Reynolds 2. If you could date any celebrity who would it be? Ryan Reynolds 3. Best pick up line used, or used on you? My love for you is like diarrhea, I just can’t hold it in. 4. Would you prefer a night on the town with your date, or a night in cuddling and why? Cuddling because I’m cuddly. 5. What is too soon for you to post your relationship status? Before you discuss it. 6. If you could get any present for your date what would it be? A Maserati

Grade:12 1. What is your ideal date? Dinner and a movie, a funny movie because girls like to laugh. 2. If you could date any celebrity who would it be? Megan Good 3.Best pick up line you’ve used? I don’t need pick up lines! 4.Would you prefer a night on the town with your date or a night in cuddling? Cuddling, because cuddling is the best. 5. When would you post your relationship status? After two months. 6. If you could get any present for your date what would it be? Nice diamond necklace, earrings and bracelet.


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Entertainment

Students get a little “Footloose” By Lara Plecas

Every three years the drama department performs a musical. This year they are producing the musical “Footloose.” What does it take to make it in the musical? Over the next couple weeks, we will follow senior, Bryan Gamboa to experience the auditioning and rehearsal process. Bryan is the drama president and member of Choralation. Although Bryan performs on stage often, he often works behind the scenes. Auditions were held after school on August 30th and 31st. Students signed up for an audition slot, memorized a minute monologue, and sang a clip from a song. In the audition, students went in with groups of four to six, and took turns performing their selections for the four judges. “Since it’s my sixth play

got that part, it wouldn’t be bad either. Nathan Smith I wanted to get a role where I wasn’t feeling nervous there was a lot of dancing. It’s will definitely rock that part. about actually auditioning. All of the students are going my strong point of the three,” to rock the parts, especially Madison Wepfer, Tommy Lau, Tommy Stern, Kathryn Soorholtz and Becca Ihnen,” said Bryan. Despite the intense competition, people still come together to create memories. Over the Labor Day weekend, the directors decided on who should be cast in the show. “I was officially cast as a high school student/dancer/ parishioner. It was what I wanted, and I am so excited to be up there dancing in Bryan Gamboa,17, poses for a picture in the auditorium before his audition. said Bryan reflecting on a role this musical! The lead roles I’m just a little overwhelmed were so well cast,” said he wanted. and a little stressed about Bryan. When a musical is school,” said Bryan before After the cast list gets produced, ticket sales go up his audition. posted, students are exexponentially, which means Since Bryan is involved in pected to show up to more competition for the Varsity Show Choir and the rehearsal to read through spots. drama department, he adthe script. “Once I got a call back, I mires dancing, singing, and More information on Footloose read for the excitiing part of acting. “Since it is a musical, will be featured in our next issue. Willard. It was funny, so if I

She’s too young for you bro...

“ If they check her ID when she goes to PG-13 movies, she’s too young for you bro.” - Dominic Grant, Senior “ If her age is still on the clock, she’s too young for you bro.” - Sarah Turner, Sophomore “If she still sings along to Disney movies, she’s too young for you bro.” -Nick Carlisle, Junior


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