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Author: Zia Hopson

Academic Challenge Needs You

Players wanted! Everyone is welcome if you love trivia or want to represent the school on an academic level. If you are someone who strives change the perception of Barberton and are academically inclined we would ask you to join us in room A-220 after school Mondays and Wednesdays. We also have junior varsity players if you just want to take part in casual fun against other schools. Specifically we are looking for Students who specialize in or really enjoy classic and modern literature. Unfortunately comics do not count. (I wish they did) It is worth noting that academic challenge is specifically looking for varsity players, but everyone is welcome! We compete every other Monday, and practice Wednesdays and any other day people are available. It is important to note that you do not have to stay for the whole session, and if you have to leave early it’s fine. We had our first wins of the year last week, so let’s keep the ball rolling!

Inktober

It’s October, and thus- time to get spooky! I know there are a lot of artists in this school, (If you have any art you want featured, leave a comment) and a fun project for artists is inktober. Inktober is a project for artists to participate in online. There really aren’t any rules, and it’s ok if you don’t complete everything on time. The goal of inktober is to complete an illustration everyday based on a prompt, of which there are many lists out there. I think this project is especially useful as it not only gets you in the halloween spirit, but using only inks for your finished pieces can really improve your linework.

A good list to start with is this one!

The goal is to get creative with these prompts! You can interpret them however you want, and you can color with markers of other inks! Share your art in the comments! I have attached one of my Inktober pieces for this year to give an idea of the goal and show I’m participating!

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