Has anyone ever read The Tale of Benjamin Bunny? The Tale of Benjamin Bunny is a children’s book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter and first published in September of 1904. This book is a sequel to The Tale of Peter Rabbit, written in 1902. The Tale of Benjamin Bunny is about Peter’s return to Mr. McGregor’s garden with his cousin, Benjamin, to retrieve the clothes he lost there during his previous adventure. Peter Rabbit is apprehensive about going back there, due to his past experience.
Art derives from one’s own reality. This proves true when looking at Tallal Ahmed, a Nutley High School senior’s, work. Not only does Tallal create art pieces, he also writes and produces music alongside his friend, Nick Butisingh, a Bloomfield High School senior. Ahmed incorporates his art into his style as well, usually sporting statement pieces like a denim jacket or ripped jeans. One can say he’s the embodiment of creativity.
According to www.rollingstone.com, the top 10 songs of 2017 were “Bedroom Floor,” by Liam Payne; “Perfect,” by Ed Sheeran; “Look What You Made Me Do,” by Taylor Swift; “Friends,” by Justin Bieber and Blood Pop; “Get Low,” by Zedd, featuring Liam Payne; “Wild Thoughts,” by DJ Khaled; “Down,” by Fifth Harmony; “Strip That Down,” by Liam Payne; “Crying in the Club,” by Camila Cabello; “Dead,” by Madison Beer,;and “Slow Hands,” by Niall Horan.
The. Super. Bowl. Chances are that on Sunday, February 4, most Americans will be at a Super Bowl party. Whether they have made a bet with their friends on who will win the game, are hosting a Super Bowl-themed party with their family, or even traveling to Minnesota for the game, most will be surrounded by the Super Bowl hype.
Nutley High School hosted its annual Spirit Week, which took place the week of December 18 to December 22. It was a fun and creative week that gave the students of NHS the opportunity to dress up and show their true holiday spirit. This event was was created by NHS teacher, Ms. Brady and the NHS Student Council.
Theater in Nutley High School kicked off during the 2017-2018 school year with a performance of Arthur Miller’s critically-acclaimed The Crucible. The play was performed in the NHS auditorium the weekend of November 3, 4 and 5. Then, on November 8, all students interested in the spring musical production gave up half of their lunch period for the reveal of the 2018 spring musical in the choir room. A sea of confused and ecstatic expressions filled the room as the sound of “Magic To Do” played from the radio.
Fashion designer, Coco Chanel, once said, “Fashion fades, only style remains the same.” From the neon craze of the 80’s to the abundance of low rise jeans in the early 2000’s, fashion is always changing, but one thing is true for NHS students, they have style. Each of these people exude confidence in what they wear and truly make the outfits they wear by being themselves.