Wilsonville Broadcast Network

Jasleen Kaur on Exploring Activism and Heritage Through Art

Isaac Boger, Editor

January 13, 2019

Filed under Arts

Junior Jasleen Kaur was the first artist I interviewed for the online newspaper, and her article was the first one I wrote as part of the Wilsonville Broadcast Club. Jasleen’s portfolio as an artist has expanded exponential...

From Clowns to Saints, Wren Perrot’s Captivating Art

Isaac Boger, Editor

December 21, 2018

Filed under Arts

Despite moving to Wilsonville from Austin, Texas before her Junior year of High School Senior Wren Perrot quickly became a staple of the art community at Wilsonville High School. Her fantastic art is instantly recognizable by it...

Athena Lackides’ Pop Sculpture

Isaac Boger, Editor

December 15, 2018

Filed under Arts

Wilsonville High School is well known in the Oregon for its great Visual Art department. Because 2D art is easier to display, however, only half of the visual artists are able to reach a wider audience when their art is displayed in ...

Peyton Butler: Student Costume Designer Dresses Actors

Isaac Boger, Editor

December 15, 2018

Filed under Arts

Senior Peyton Butler is a prominent and talented member of both the Visual Art and Theater departments, and while the two are very different from each other, Butler bridges her two interests with a talents that she rarely gets ...

Dance festival

December 15, 2018

Filed under Arts

Since dance is a very competitive sport throughout the season,  dance teams enjoy getting together before that season starts. The dance showcase that took place at Parkrose High School was a very exciting event to attend. T...

Much Ado About Nothing has lots to do!

Peyton Butler, Staff Writer

December 15, 2018

Filed under Arts

Theatre never stops at WIlsonville High School! After the closing of the fall musical, students and teachers jump right into the next show. The winter play, “Much Ado About Nothing,” by William Shakespeare, is a comedy focusi...

Wilsonville Debuts New Art Magazine

Isaac Boger, Editor

December 1, 2018

Filed under Arts

In the past, the high school put on an annual art and literary magazine. Changing names with the different teachers and students in charge of it, the magazine (sometimes named Soliloquy and Cornerstone) featured poems, short stories, ...

Students behind the scenes of “Legally Blonde: The Musical”

December 1, 2018

Filed under Arts

  The students behind the scenes of “Legally Blonde: The Musical” Lightboard Operator Sam Duran hard at work keeping up with light cues Stage Manager Mackenzie Bodyfelt making sure the show run smoothly Freshman Chance Kirk (left), an...

Is AP Literature lit?

Peyton Butler, Staff Writer

November 3, 2018

Filed under Arts

AP classes tend to have a large workload, and AP English Literature is no different. Students in this class analyze and read many famous works of literature, from Hamlet to Frankenstein. Students, primarily seniors, enjoy the cl...

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