Preview for Nease Drama’s Fall Production

Preview for Nease Drama’s Fall Production

By: Mackenzie Daly (Entertainment Editor) and Marco Ugalde (Web Editor)
This fall, the theatre program is performing a play called “You Can’t Take It With You”. Mr. Segal and his wonderful cast has worked very hard to make this amazing play come to life on the Nease stage. This cast consists of twenty-two incredible actors and many more fantastic crew members. This play is about a dysfunctional family consisting of grandpa Vanderhof and his family, the Sycamores, who have very…

Bring Back The Clown

Bring Back The Clown

By: Mia Sarmiento (Layout Editor)
The highly anticipated “It: Chapter Two” has finally been released, and unlike its predecessor, it (no pun intended) has received mixed reviews. The fan favorite “It” (2017) takes place in the small town of Derry, Maine during the summer of 1989. Local children have been reported missing, and a group of outsiders known as the Losers Club are the only ones with potential to discover the truth behind the…


By: Maria Ribot (Managing Layout Editor)
The Vertical and WIRED are collaborating to make the switch of the century. Both crews will swap to see what it’s like to fulfill each other’s roles and responsibilities. In these next couple of weeks, the WIRED crew will be in the journalism room, learning how to pitch, plan, write, layout, and publish news stories. Currently, the WIRED crew is beginning to write their pitched and approved stories, which will appear…

Senior Expectations vs. Reality

By: Bre Jarvis (Editor-in-Chief)
Senior year is the greatest year of your life: unless you’re a senior, of course. Sorry to crush your dreams, but being a senior just isn’t everything you’ve dreamed up in that innocent little mind of yours. So, to help prepare you for reality, I’ve prepared a list of some of the expectations you might have about senior year vs. the reality of actually being a senior…

I Remember Mama

By: Julia Jordan (Entertainment Editor)
Nease’s drama department is gearing up for their newest play, “I Remember Mama.” The play is set to premiere on October 19 and continue through October 22 in the Performing Arts Center. The Thursday, Friday, and Saturday showcases will begin at 7:00 p.m. and the Sunday showcase will begin at 2:00 pm. Tickets for the show can be purchased for $5 per ticket…

27 Things to do with The Vertical

By: Fara Supre, Dasha Charapko, and Alexandra Hudson
When the time comes for a new issue of The Vertical to be distributed around school, the newspaper staff is always careful to make sure a copy is available for everyone to read. In the days after distribution, it’s always great to see people picking up the paper and reading. We also have noticed students using the paper to do other things, so to help those students who want to do more than just read it, we came up