Pine Whispers

Irwin Inspiration

Jack Peatross, Staff Writer

March 1, 2019

Daniel Irwin is not just an average artist here at R.J Reynolds high school. Irwin is known by his peers, by his teachers, and around campus as an extraordinary visual artist. Irwin, who has been drawing since he could remembe...

Sit down “Guys and Dolls” is rockin’ the boat

Elizabeth Youssef, Editor-in-Chief

March 1, 2019

The R.J. Reynolds Spring musical “Guys and Dolls” is the epic unexpected love story between Sky Masterson and Sarah Brown set in depression-era New York. The show will run from March 14 through March 16 in the Reynolds Auditorium...

Variety of art classes allow students to thrive

Laura Doughton, Online Editor

February 28, 2019

Reynolds offers numerous art classes for students of all levels and talents. Whether you are a visual artist or a performer there is a class for you. While most high schools have basic art classes, Reynolds offers a variety of...

“7 Rings” Controversy

Jeda Lee, Op/Ed Editor

February 28, 2019

Ariana Grande no doubt has talent. She can act and she has a beautiful range when it comes to singing. Grande has grown and changed over the years and her fans, also known as “stans” can tell. Just a couple months ago G...

AIS James Slawter slays the game

Megan Curling, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2019

By Megan Curling “Needless to say they weren’t great but I definitely enjoyed making them,” Reynolds senior James Slawter commented on his humble beginnings in filming.    Slawter has come a long way since the first time he st...

AIS Natasha Dell dazzles on stage

Adam Budd, Staff Writer

February 23, 2019

By Adam Budd If you go to any of the R.J. Reynolds theatrical productions, you will likely find senior Natasha Dell playing a role on the stage. Dell is involved in many of the arts programs here at Reynolds including    ...

Willy Wonka Dance Concert woos audience

Elizabeth Youssef, Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2019

By Elizabeth Youssef At 7 pm on January 11, the annual Reynolds dance department Winter Concert took place titled “The Golden Ticket.” Based off of Roald Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” the concert weaved ...

AIS Nyah Hairston

Katie Reynolds, A/E Editor

February 23, 2019

By Katie Reynolds Walking down the halls of RJ Reynolds High School, you are sure to see pieces from the arts department lining the walls. From collages to paintings, Reynolds is filled with talent. Among the arts program, s...

AIS Peting Produces Greatness

Isaac Cooper, Design Editor

February 23, 2019

By Isaac Cooper Scholar by day and maestro by nature.  Senior Evan Peting is active in various fronts of the arts at Reynolds and a serious academic.  Peting plays the violin and harp for the RJR Orchestra, french horn for ...

Moscow Comes to RJR

Emelie Patti, Staff Writer

February 23, 2019

By Emelie Patti The Great Russian Nutcracker, performed by the Moscow Ballet, has become a Christmas tradition in North America since 1993. The Moscow Ballet goes around the country performing this classic ballet and bring...

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