The Gusher

Another Year Comes to an End

Calla Shosh

June 6, 2020

t has almost become a tradition that towards the end of the year, students get antsy for summer. One day everything is fine and then, suddenly you have chaos.   Since the closure of schools, students and teachers both have more opp...

Are Books Better?

Alexis Isca and Aiden Foley, Reporters

June 2, 2020

Books: Movies are entertaining: you just sit back and relax and you don’t really have to use your mind or imagination. However, books allow you to use your imagination and create the world the author wrote in your own wa...

Self-improvement during quarantine

June 2, 2020

    Since everyone is in quarantine, or at least somewhat, it is natural that you have plenty of time to yourself nowadays . Have you ever wanted to disappear for a short while, come back, and introduce a new and improved version ...

15 things to do outside

Calla Shosh, Reporter

June 2, 2020

In a world where we are forced to stay home, it is easy to become bored and cooped up. Getting outdoors in your backyard can help solve both of these problems. Here are fifteen things to do outside to get rid of boredom. ...

Calla Shosh named MVP of the Gusher 2019-20

Abby Gruner, Editor

April 29, 2020

It is my pleasure as editor of the Gusher for the 2019-20 school year to award the first annual Bonner-Dotterer award for the MVP of the Gusher to freshman Calla Shosh. From the very beginning, Shosh has shown her dedication...

Watching Siblings in Quarantine

April 28, 2020

During the pandemic people are encouraged to stay home and stay safe. High schoolers must adapt to online classes and many must also adapt to taking care of  and spending more time with younger siblings. With more time hom...

Review of Code Girls by Liza Mundy

Abby Gruner, Editor

April 15, 2020

Code Girls: The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers of World War II  by Liza Mundy is a must read for anyone wanting to learn more about gender roles in the US during WWII. This New York Times Bestseller follows th...

NC yearbook sales decrease

Calla Shosh, Reporter

March 11, 2020

NCJournalism students struggle to raise funds necessary to produce a yearbook. A yearbook can be a memorable memento of a student’s high school experience. As technology and social media make sharing every part of every day...

Age Defies Expectation

BrandaLynn Hottell, Reporter

March 11, 2020

People are supposed to be considered an adult at the age of eighteen but are they really? At the age of eighteen, you are able to move out, are able to drop out of school without parents' permission, you can serve your country...

The Dangers and Stats of Texting and Driving

Destiny Kathriner, Reporter

February 19, 2020

Let’s get real. We have been hammered with the “Don’t Text and Drive” adds on YouTube, billboards, Facebook, and even construction signs. Does that stop everyone? Of course not. Everything that people in 2020 care about ...

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