Life and Arts


West Broward’s marching band wins 4A state championship

REACHING THE TOP: The West Broward Performance Ensemble comes together one last time with “Reflections of Alice” at the FMBC State Marching Band Championship. Their […]

Drama program gets off to a wicked start with “12 Angry Villains”

HUFFIN’ & PUFFIN’: Cinderella’s evil stepmother, played by junior Salma Yearwood, expresses her opinion on why Peter Pan is guilty as the Big Bad Wolf, […]

The drama program “rocks on” during this year’s winter production

ROCK IT OUT: Freshman Isabella Rodriguez dances with the rest of the cast to Journey’s “Can’t Stop Believing”. Musical Theatre I’s production of “Rock of […]

“Shang Chi: Legend of the Ten Rings” shakes up controversy 

By Valentina Padula    “Shang-Chi: Legend of the Ten Rings” shook up the film industry with its arrival into the Marvel stage, covering both cultural and […]

Senior Bobcats pack a surprise for first day back to school

   By Izabella Perez A KID AGAIN: Seniors Jessica Perez and Jacquelynn Arias pose with their Frozen 2 and Pokémon childrens backpacks. The senior class of […]

Drama Club makes a comeback with Into the Woods Jr. and Fame Jr.

By Makahla Charles and Paris Belus    The auditorium is aglow with actors joyfully dancing along the stage with their eye-capturing twirls and spins as they […]

Soul: A movie that we all needed

by Tadhg Holder For over 20 years, Pixar has been known for its incredible animation, as well as the many creative concepts that came out […]

Drama Club working to produce two virtual plays in the spring

by Paris Belus     The West Broward Drama Club has been a constant source of entertainment over the years. Students along with their friends and […]

Xbox and PlayStation create excitement in the gaming industry

by Davian Polanco     On Tuesday, November 10, and Thursday, November 12, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 were released as new versions of the […]

Celebrities inspire hope in spite of the global pandemic

by Gillian Stewart and Nathania Mullings Since the beginning of January, the world has faced an epidemic that is affecting each nation one by one. […]

It’s a Wonderful Life debuts as the first production of the school year

by Sarah Perez Festive lights dazzle the auditorium. Christmas trees disseminate from the lobby to the stage. The sound of cheerful Christmas carols are heard […]

Frozen 2 sends chills up viewers’ spines

by Izabella Perez The 2013 animated musical Frozen made a tremendous impact on viewers. The hit songs became instantly recognizable and stayed stuck in people’s […]

Theater Students Assemble Upcoming Production of It’s A Wonderful Life

by Andrea Palmieri Winter at West Broward is never complete without a production from the Drama department. This year the talented students of Musical Theater […]

Alice in Wonderland

by Fiona Carroll Alice in Wonderland has been a childhood favorite since the 1860s when Lewis Carroll originally published the novel, which later came back […]

You Can’t Beat the House

by Jada Ingleton After a series of annual plays showcasing, among other themes, the 1920s musical era, West Broward’s Drama Production has taken a new […]

West Broward choir club participates in Candlelight for the fourth year

by Fiona Carroll Disney’s theme parks are the favorite place of many. This is especially true for those who live in South Florida, with four […]

Childish Gambino releases video for “Feels Like Summer”

by Diego Perdomo Following his hit April single “This Is America,” a polarizing commentary on gun violence and youth culture in contemporary American society, entertainer […]

A Crazy Little Thing called Bohemian Rhapsody

by Gillian Stewart “Bohemian Rhapsody,” a six-minute combination of rock and classical opera creates a beautiful harmony that people from all generations can sing and […]