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Creative students utilize tech tools

Katelyn Hageman, Editor in Chief
February 18, 2014
Filed under Entertainment

Animation Class Computer graphics teacher Brian Henry teaches an animation class where students do projects such as Lego stop frame movies and holiday animations set to Christmas music. “We are currently repurposing old movie posters using Photoshop,” said Henry. Sophomore Shae Arnell transferred from R...

Circle Talk

Circle Talk

Katelyn Hageman, Editor in Chief
January 16, 2014
Filed under Entertainment

A collection of random quotes heard by the Circle Vision staff in the hallways. “You have so much character. It’s expanding my heart.” “It’s okay. I die like every day.” “I have a really intimidating personality.” “It’s like a Porta Potty rather than a jail.” “Braces are...

Ask Thor

Ask Thor

Katelyn Hageman, Editor in Chief
January 16, 2014
Filed under Entertainment

What is it like being Thor? Little kids give me a lot of attention, which makes it fun. Even though it’s hot and sweaty, it’s an honor. Is it true that drinking apple juice before bed makes dreams more vivid? Apples and their juice contain significant amounts of Vitamin C and B-6 which low...

Movie Review

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editor
January 14, 2014
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Rating: 1 through 5 CCCCC The “Hunger Games” trilogy is about 24 people or tributes put into an arena and forced to fight until the last man stands. The books, written by Suzanne Collins in 2008, are popular with tweens and elementary school aged readers. Some people may believe that the movies are...

Healthy holidays

Katelyn Hageman, Editor in Cheif
December 5, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Holidays and food seem synonymous. Food has become a cultural definer whether for better or worse. Sophomore Tanner White likes to eat healthy because he is an athlete and feels better when doing so. “I don’t monitor my weight but I do try and keep my body fat down and drink lots of water because...

Tis’ the season

Tis’ the season

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editor
December 5, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Tis’ the season to get ready to see the family again for Christmas traditions. Families celebrate Christmas with friends and family. But do all families have the same traditions? Junior- Madison Wallace What are you doing for Christmas? “My grandparents are coming to visit and I might go to Io...

Ask Thor

Ask Thor

Katelyn Hageman, Editor in Chief
November 8, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Who was to blame for the government shutdown? The partial shutdown is due to Congress’ inability to reach an agreement on a short term funding bill. nbcpolitics.nbcnews.com Do diseases run in family genes? Yes. If close relatives suffer from a disease or condition at an earlier age than norm...

Thanksgiving Traditions

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editior
November 8, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Senior Ben Pfeiffer What is your favorite food on Thanksgiving? “My favorite thing on Thanksgiving is the stuffing.” Do you like going shopping on Black Friday? “I really don’t like going Black Friday shopping. I don’t see a need to spend money that day.” What is your least favo...

Feed Me Seymour

Feed Me Seymour

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editor
November 8, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

Circle’s theater department will feature their fall musical “Little Shop of Horrors” in the auditorium on November 15-17. Admission for the musical is five dollars. “Little Shop of Horrors’” a musical about a young clumsy, florist named Seymour Krelborn is played by junior Colby Wallace....

BEST

BEST

Katelyn Hageman, Editor in Chief
November 8, 2013
Filed under Entertainment

“A lot of people think BEST just a robot, but it’s not,” said senior BEST Chief-of-Operations Director Tommy Milligan. His job is to shadow head coach Matt Hogoboom and handle public relations by creating letters of thanks for sponsors. “Anyone can be in BEST. We even have some middle school...

Construction Zone

Construction Zone

Katelyn Hageman, Editior-in-Chief
July 20, 2012
Filed under Entertainment

Construction Zone is a monthly column tracking the construction progress of the new high school and athletic facilities. Content concerning site construction is tentative and subject to change as budget and building plans allow. December a time of holiday cheer and a break from school. Not for all. Dirt w...

Latest teachers; classes inspire Circle

Latest teachers; classes inspire Circle

Nick Edwards, Entertainment Editor
July 19, 2012
Filed under Entertainment

Music Theory Enjoy music? Then Music Theory class is for you. Band and Music Theory Composition teacher Mary Rose Biltz instructs the class. “A lot of students enjoy music and are wanting to learn more about music and notes,” said Biltz. The class teaches students to read and write notes and ...

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