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Poetry Slam #16

Senior Kelly Sharpe performs “Hold On” inspired by what she has heard and the people around her. Sophomore Emmily Loomis performs “Judge Me” who was inspired by her sister. Senior Cody Peterson “Cracked Phones” to focus on the feelings of those around you than the technology surrounding you. Sophomore Sophie Ross,  who has been writing […]
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Poetry Slam Round #15 Recap

Sophomore Ian Boyd performs first in this round a poem about appreciating the family you have, “Precious Memories.” Senior Mathilde Guglielmi performs an untitled poem inspired about moving around and leaving friends and family behind. Sophomore Kirun Hundal performs a poem about life titled “Life” Sophomore Sam Mosburg performs “Smile” for his 10 HEC. Senior […]
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Poetry Slam Round #14 Recap

Junior Audrey Gleason is up first in round 14 of the 9th annual poetry slam with her poem “Neon Lights”. Claire Bowker, sophomore, is second with her poem about insecurities and how hard it is to fight them. Sophomore Julia Sweeney performs her poem about water vapor, and the feeling of not being powerful enough. […]
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Poetry Slam Round #13

Exchange student, Mimo Molder, starts round #13 with her poem “93″ a poem about her exchange to Northwest from Estonia and the people around her.   Sophomore Olivia Hollman talks about her summer with her friends in Indiana with her poem “Goodbye.” “I wrote the poem because I was really inspired by my summer in […]
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Poetry Slam Round #12

Slampion form last year, senior Connor McDonald, performs yet another great poem due to popular demand. Junior Clara Davison reads her poem “Retrospection” a poem about life. Taylor Martin, freshman, performs “Snow Cone.” Sophomore Tori Briscoe talks about love as she performs “Not Just a Demon.” The last poet, junior Christina Hayford, performs “Your Salmon […]
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Poetry Slam Recap: Round 11

Round 11 of the poetry slam opens to a fresh audience and a new set of judges. A line of seven contestants waits anxiously for their turn to open up to their fellow NW students: Lauren Paccapaniccia, Emily Rucker, Erica Esch, Brandon Smith, Alex Kindrick, Hallie Ingraham and Amelia Guglielmi. Brandon Smith presented a patriotic […]
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