Students enjoy the musical world

 By Damien Hoagland, Jason Hurley, and Ashley Karlsson (Journalism 1 students)

Music can mean a variety of things, like personal happiness, growth and great memories. It can create new hobbies, too. 

Freshman Ally Corbett explained her involvement with music. 

“I played the flute when I was younger, but it has been awhile since I’ve come back to it,” Corbett said. 

Her favorite artist stuck with her, though.

“I would have to say my favorite is The Weeknd. I’ve been listening to him for a long time now, and the majority of his songs are in my playlist,” Corbett said. “I’ve never been to a live concert before, but if I had the chance to go to one, I would definitely choose The Weeknd.” 

The second floor mural has many good features. In 1954 the school was created, and so was the mural. Photo by Ashley Karlsson

Freshman Nick Titzer shared his connection to music

“In 6th grade, I did choir, but it just wasn’t for me, and at the time, I just wanted an easy A,” Titzer said.

He prefers country music.

“I listen to all kinds of different music but usually country,” he said. “I went to a Zac Brown Band concert, and I saw someone crowd surf. At the concert when they were playing everyone’s favorite song, everyone was hugging and bobbing their heads to the music.”

Sophomore Sean Newitt who shared what he did with music.

“A couple of years back, I was in a school musical, but I do not remember much of the details about it. I mainly listen to country music, and my favorite artist would have to be Zach Bryan,” Newitt said. “Awhile back, I went to a Zac Brown Band concert, and I had a lot of fun.”