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Noah Grayson

Noah Grayson

Meet Noah! Noah Grayson is a junior and in his first year in Journalism. He joined Journalism this year to explore his capabilities as a writer and researcher. Noah plans on writing a variety of articles for the West Press. He enjoys being with friends, listening to and creating music, and traveling to new and exciting places.

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Music ‘24: April Edition

Music ‘24: April Edition

Noah Grayson May 3, 2024

Song of the Month: The title of song of the month for April goes to “Fortnight” by Taylor Swift ft. Post Malone. The song was released as the first song on Swift’s latest album, The Tortured Poets Department, and quickly became very popular,...

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Costly Concerts: Why are Ticket Prices so High?

Costly Concerts: Why are Ticket Prices so High?

Noah Grayson April 25, 2024

It should be no surprise to any fans of some of today’s biggest artists that ticket prices for their concerts have been increasing significantly over the past few years. Here are some of the many factors that are causing ticket prices to rise so dramatically: Ticket...

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Music 24: March Edition

Music ’24: March Edition

Noah Grayson April 11, 2024

Song of the Month: The title of song of the month for March goes to Ariana Grande’s “We Can’t Be Friends (Wait For Your Love)”. The song is on Grande’s most recent album, Eternal Sunshine, which was released on March 8th. The song reached...

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Artist Spotlight: Drake

Artist Spotlight: Drake

Noah Grayson March 14, 2024

Aubrey Drake Graham, better known as Drake, is a popular rapper and singer. He was born on October 24th, 1986 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He first gained popularity for his role as Jimmy Brooks on the CTV show Degrassi: The Next Generation. He began...

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Music 2024, February Edition

Music 2024, February Edition

Noah Grayson March 4, 2024

Song of the Month: The title of February’s song of the month goes to “Texas Hold ‘Em” by Beyoncé. The song was released during Super Bowl LVIII following a Verizon commercial she starred in. “Texas Hold ‘Em” is Beyoncé’s first song...

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Highlights From The 66th Annual Grammy Awards

Highlights From The 66th Annual Grammy Awards

Noah Grayson February 6, 2024

The 66th Annual Grammy Awards, hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, were held on February 4th, with many of music's biggest stars in attendance. The night started with the pre-show, followed by the main awards show. Dua Lipa had the first performance to start...

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Music 24: January Edition

Music ’24: January Edition

Noah Grayson January 31, 2024

Song of the Month: The title of January’s song of the month goes to “yes, and?”, the latest single by Ariana Grande. The song reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has remained on the charts ever since its release on January 12th. The song...

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A Year in Review: Top 10 Music Artists of 2023

A Year in Review: Top 10 Music Artists of 2023

Noah Grayson January 29, 2024

2023 was a big year for the music industry, filled with a wide array of music being released by some of our favorite artists, and many new talents who’ve made some big impacts. Here is a look back at the top music artists of 2023. Taylor Swift Taylor...

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A Trip of a Lifetime: The Lakota West and East Marching Bands Travel to Hawaii

A Trip of a Lifetime: The Lakota West and East Marching Bands Travel to Hawaii

Noah Grayson December 14, 2023

The Lakota West and East marching bands joined forces last month for a trip to Hawaii to perform in the Waikiki Holiday Parade and for a performance at Pearl Harbor. Around 250 students traveled to the tropical island state for what would be an unforgettable...

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Trekking the Tracks: The Proposed Sale of the Cincinnati Southern Railway

Trekking the Tracks: The Proposed Sale of the Cincinnati Southern Railway

Shahed Musa, Shahed Al Ali, and Noah Grayson October 12, 2023

The first public meeting to consider the Cincinnati Southern Railway was held in 1836. Eleven years after the Fergeson Act was approved, the train would complete its first 337-mile journey from Cincinnati to Chattanooga. Recently, there have been talks...

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