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2019 Coverage: history teachers look ahead

Julia Conn, Staff Reporter January 30, 2019

  Since the beginning of 2019, the world of politics has experienced a lot of new changes. From the president to the recent government shutdown, there’s been different sides and opinions to all...

2019 Coverage: What we’re excited about

Sophia Fuller, Staff Reporter January 30, 2019

A new year means a new semester, and the staff of the Forest Fire have many expectations for what’s to come. Sophomore Sydney Savage is already counting down the days until summer break. “I’m...

Books to Read in 2019

Books to Read in 2019

Riley Saunooke, Staff Reporter January 25, 2019

Need a good read for those long winter nights still ahead of us in 2019? Who better to ask than our three media specialists right? We asked them to pick one title only to recommend to student readers....

Grinch disappoints, original stays more true to his nasty character

Grinch disappoints, original stays more true to his nasty character

Carley Parrish, Staff Reporter December 18, 2018

“The Grinch,” a new remake of Dr. Seuss’ short story, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” shows desperate writers trying to exemplify a more contemporary version of this classic Christmas story. The...

Panic Point

Local Halloween attractions

FFonline team October 4, 2018

The Forest Fire online team has assembled some of the best sites of the screaming season for your enjoyment. Enjoy! Haunted Forest at Panic Point Admission: $15-$48.75 2808 Cedar Creek Rd, Youngsville,...

A highlight of the trip for the students was trying brand new ethnic foods. Those pictured include: Sarah Bryant, Dylan Hoover, Samantha Kabakibi, Sarah Flake, Shakori Crapenter, Delaney Sharpe, Ella McCamy, and Roxana George.

Students visit China Summer 2018

Jada Caldwell October 4, 2018

For two weeks over the summer, around 30 Wake Forest students traveled to China, where they immersed themselves in Chinese culture and language. Tacito George, a math teacher, thought it was an important...

Artist’s realism sets her apart

Artist’s realism sets her apart

Alysha Stallings, Staff Reporter June 5, 2018

Junior Abigail Roach enjoys making artistic portraits from photographs where the colors and the way the picture looks speak to her. Her reason for starting art was simple. “I started art because...

Cazin said she enjoyed the moving parts of the Cinderella production. Lighting the carriage and the moon were two of the principle tasks under Cazins direction.

Senior plays vital role in theatre production

Calyssa Dodson, Staff Reporter June 2, 2018

When Alexandra Cazin joined tech theater, little did she expect for it to turn into what it is today. “I’ve been in tech theater for three years now, and the whole reason that I’ve been interested...

Senior Anna Kim poses with her metamorphosis project. In this project, she had to combine an organic object (a flower) with an inorganic object (a castle). The picture showed the transformation of how a flower became a castle through five stages.

Kim’s art captivates

Anna Thomas, Staff Reporter April 30, 2018

Anna Kim is a senior who uses nature to create practicality in her artwork. She never fails to use her mother’s expertise and mastery in order to strengthen her pieces and technicality. Kim’s interest...

Star Wars The Last Jedi review

Mayla Gilliam and Isaiah Brewer February 12, 2018

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is unlike any other movie in the franchise. The film combines fresh humor with the same nostalgic feelings the previous films evoked. Now that Disney owns the franchise,...

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