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Yearbook Hits a Homerun with its Newest Edition

Drew Kozlin, Editor in Chief, Online

May 14, 2016

Filed under Features

Newsome’s yearbook has been released- and it is absolutely incredible. From pictures, to graphics, to videos, the “Legend 2016” yearbook truly has it all. The Editor-in-Chief, Sabrina Stantzyk-Guzek, came up with the t...

10 things I would tell my freshman self

Kaylalea Mendez, Photogrady Editor

April 12, 2016

Filed under Features, Opinion

With 7 weeks left in my high school career, I find myself reflecting on the past four years more and more every day. I remember attending GAP camp the summer before my freshman year, which is a week long day camp that prepares...

Guys React to the “F” Word (Feminism)

Zoe Aleksa, Reporter

April 6, 2016

Filed under Features

A new “f word” has arose in Newsome High School. Feminism, an incredibly misunderstood word, is controversial and something not all guys or all girls support. The definition is plain and simple, the belief that women and men...

Getting Serious With Gustavo

Zoe Aleksa, Reporter

February 12, 2016

Filed under Features

Thalia Nieves     There’s a reason Gustavo and gem both start with the letter G, the shining Gustavo Larrea has attended Newsome for four years now. Voted “Class Clown” by his adoring classmates, Larrea has...

Q&A: What are NHS seniors most excited for?

Courtney Hyatt, Reporter

January 5, 2016

Filed under Features

Even though it's only the second quarter, matters like senior superlatives and cap and gown orders are already being dealt with, making it feel like the class of 2016 is graduating in no time. Some are heading off to college,...

That’s a Rap.. Or is it?

Zoe Aleksa

November 13, 2015

Filed under Features

It was towards the end of last school year, a pleasant spring day when it started. The rapping phenomena hit Newsome and it hit Newsome hard, hundreds of self written raps were posted to twitter within the span of about two weeks....

Meet Ms. King- Newsome’s Agent of Change

Zoe Aleksa, Feature Reporter

October 27, 2015

Filed under Features

When Ms. King described one of her favorite high school teachers, she mentioned that “she talked to us like we were people.” Teachers who talk to students like they are people are sadly an incredibly rare find in a world of...

Getting to Know Rush Hour Productions

Amelia Wilson, Reporter

September 25, 2015

Filed under Features

Newsome Wolf Tracks has had the privilege of getting an inside look to the making of Rush Hour Productions (the hit feature of the Newsome morning show), and the talented, hilarious producers behind it. Seniors Cameron Shack...

Pep Rally Fashion Show

Taylor McNeff, Social Media

September 17, 2015

Filed under Features

Spirit week - the most thrilling week of the year. It’s a time students rant and rave about. This exciting week leading up to homecoming is a time for enthusiastic expression of school pride and exaggerated outfits. However,...

Pointless Advice Never To Listen To ( College Edition)

JOSHUA RUMMAGE AND MARK HAMANN, Editor-in-chief and Co-Editor

April 8, 2015

Filed under Features

One way to pick the best college for you is to take a look at a list of top party schools and pick the one at the top. These schools will always offer you the most fun and the worst possible grades, that’s what college is all about anyways. College isn’t a time for education, but a time to waste your parent’s money going to parties and buying six-packs of…..soda. (RIP Chris Farley)

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