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    Happenstance Calendar Contest

    By: Bre (Web Editor) This year, all Nease students are invited to submit their original art and writing for a chance to be featured in Happenstance’s 2018 calendar!  If you are interested in participating in this contest, please print and fill out the submission form shown below. Make sure to turn in your completed form, attached to your original artwork or writing, to Mrs. Bourquin in B-108 by October 27. Once printed, the calendar will be available for purchase.

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    2017 Sports In Review by Hannah Favorite

      Nease High school students are involved in countless sports teams, their hard-work and dedication has taken some teams to districts, states, or even nationals.   After school, countless hours of practice were put into this year’s football season, as well as practices before the season started. The team’s hard work paid off, as they played to victory in 2 games of their season. Nease’s girl golf team won District 6 Championship. Nease’s girls swung their way to Districts where they won runner up and placed fourth at states. They played a score of 308 at districts in total. Our competitive cheer team had been working around the clock. They won first place — Small Varsity Division at the UCA All Out Championships at UNF.…

  • Front Page,  News

    The Twenty-Fourth Annual Navy Ball by Julia Jordan

    The twenty fourth annual Navy Ball was held on April 15, 2017 at World Golf Village. Navy Ball is a formal event in which NJROTC members celebrate their time in the program and commemorate the military. Here are some pictures of some of the highlights of the night!  

  • Entertainment,  Front Page

    27 Things to do with The Vertical by Fara Supre, Dasha Charapko and Alexandra Hudson

    When the time comes for a new issue of The Vertical to be distributed around school, the newspaper staff is always careful to make sure a copy is available for everyone to read. In the days after distribution, it’s always great to see people picking up the paper and reading. We also have noticed students using the paper to do other things, so to help those students who want to do more than just read it, we came up with…. 27 Things to do with The Vertical 1. Impress and horrify the people around you by eating an entire wad of the paper. 2. Create a paper mache significant other who will care about…

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    Senior Timeline by Fara Supre

    “Allen D. Nease High School seniors have witnessed a lot over the past four years, from new trends to coming and going of friends each student have their own history. But what about in the broader spectrum of things? This timeline was created to show the history Nease seniors have been apart of.” ~Alex Hudson, Copy Editor, Co-contributor Events of 2013:  February 2: The Harlem Shake comes out March 13: Pope Francis becomes the first Latin American Pope April 15: The Boston Marathon bombings July 14: George Zimmerman is found not guilty of the second- degree murder and manslaughter of Trayvon Martin July 15: Kim Kardashian-West and Kanye West have a baby girl named North…

  • Entertainment,  Front Page

    Panther Pranks by Taylor Leksander

    With the school year coming to an end, the class of 2017 is starting to say their goodbyes to teachers, students, friends, and even the walls of Nease High School. Senior year consists of many memorable activities, one being the classic senior pranks. Since the opening year of Nease in 1981 pranks have always been a tradition. So since the beginning years of Nease, what have been some of the pranks at our very own school? The seniors will go to multiple extremes and there is no telling what they will do each year to prank the school. After asking multiple teachers that have been to Nease or have been working here awhile, some of Nease’s old senior pranks were discovered. One year the seniors posted the dean’s…

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    Beyond Nease: Seniors After High School by Vikki Damon

    After their graduation ceremony in May, the graduating class of 2017 will officially be making their way out of the halls of Nease High School and forging their own new paths in the world. Many seniors at Nease have shared their aspirations for themselves after they graduate: whether it is through college, trade school, professional sports, the fine arts, the military, etc. Several seniors are taking their academic skills to universities later this year. Senior Alexis Gilliard, actively involved in Nease’s theatre program, has been accepted into Molloy College, where she will take part in the BFA Theatre Arts Program. She says, “My plan is to attend there in the fall and, like for most,…

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    The Sea-sun for a Staycation by Natalja Gontrum

    Residing in sunny Florida allows for a plethora of near-by vacation attractions. The options are seemingly limitless for those who love to travel or just visit discover beautiful places. While everyone knows that Florida is the home of Disney, Universal and a multitude of beaches, there are more options for someone seeking a bit of adventure. Following are some recommended “stay-cation” sweet spots, all four hours or closer and relatively affordable. *the distance to each location is from Allen D. Nease High School Amelia Island- 1 hour trip -13 miles of beaches -Rated one of Florida’s top 10 beaches -Historic location due to being the south’s deepest natural harbor -Whale sitting in the winter for…

  • Entertainment,  Front Page

    Retro Musical and Ghostly Comedy Take the Stage By Vikki Damon

    Nease’s musical theatre students performed the musical “Back to the Eighties” on April 18th and 19th in the PAC. Both Mrs. Poe and Mrs. Laird’s classes participated in the production. In addition, the drama department hosted an additional performance, with Mrs. Laird also directing Nease’s annual spring play; this year, the play was Blithe Spirit and was performed on April 6th, 7th, and 9th. Back to the Eighties is a musical in which every song is a famous hit from the 1980s, such as “Time of My Life”, “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”, and “Material Girl”. The story follows an awkward teenager named…

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    Fake News By Fara Supre and Dasha Charapko

    Fake news. These two words are paradoxical in nature, considering that Merriam Webster Dictionary defines journalism as “writing characterized by a direct presentation of facts or description of events without an attempt at interpretation.” In other words, a proper journalist presents facts in a non-biased way — News! However, in recent times, differentiating between credible and non-credible news may not be an easy task. Readers must use critical thinking skills to make a judgement about what they read. Below, we have annotated and analyzed a fake news article taken from yournewswire.com. Michelle Obama Deletes Hillary Clinton From Twitter So far, so, so good. There is nothing biased about the headline,…