craze issue two: a bump in the night
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DESCRIPTIONAs the sun goes down, Craze invites you to join the dark side. This issue is dedicated to all things that go bump in the night. From your biggest fears to your favorite band, everything comes alive after dark.
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CRABUMP IN THE NIGHT ISSUEcraze volume 5 issue 2| |
02 ...... contents
04 ...... 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
06 ...... fall fashion guide
12 ...... creature feature
16 ...... espn all night
20 ...... 8 p.m. - 1 a.m.
22 ...... late night frights
24 ...... burgerama
28 ...... sketchbook
30 ...... midnight snacks
32 ...... 1 a.m. - 3 a.m.
34 ...... best of the web
38 ...... nightmare material
42 ...... netflix marathons
46 ...... horrorscopes
50 ...... creature feature
54 ...... calendar
56 ...... back cover
As the sun goes down, Craze invites you to join the dark side. This issue is dedicated to all things that go bump in the night. From your biggest fears to your favorite band, everything comes alive after dark. With this theme came new challenges and new projects. For a fledgling staff, it meant finding the way that we fit into our school and our own talents. Photography projects like Crazes photo booth brought the student body together even as we ourselves grew closer, and the issue began to capture the same sense of freedom and fun. Tonight, we ask you to embrace it. Go and try something new; hide your identity with a costume or finally show who youve been all along. After all, when the moons high in the sky, you can do anything.
A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS
design by eva phillips and allie laing
FEATURECONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE...
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5 6 7 8
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1. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Eva Phillips
2.MANAGING EDITOR Lia Hagen
3.DESIGN EDITOR Allie Laing
4.PHOTO EDITOR Ally Stark
EDITORS5. Jenna Hynek
6. Kirsten McCormack
7. Abegale Headlee
8. Camile Messerley
ADVISER Jerred Zegelis
9. Sarah Lemke
10. Aren Rendell
11. Estella Fox
12. Tommy Huerter
AS EVENING APPROACHES... The later it gets in the year, the earlier the sun begins to set. This throws off a handful of people by making it seem later than it really is, but for most Westsiders, the night hasn't even begun yet. Lights dim, and parties begin. We rummage through our closet for the perfect outfit, throwing aside our bright summer colors for fall sweaters. Some,
however, will take a wilder approach. Hiding our identities behind a mask or a watermelon costume, well find our fun taking candy from strangers. As night approaches, youll find new sides to yourself and your classmates, whether it be a new potential style or an impressively creepy talent. The stars may emerge and darkness might be taking over the sky, but your night of fun is just beginning.
The later it gets in the year, the earlier the sun begins to set. This throws off a handful of people by making it seem later than it really is, but for most Westsiders, the night hasnt even begun yet. Lights dim, and parties begin. We rummage through our closet for the perfect outfit, throwing aside our bright summer colors for fall sweaters. Some, however, will take a wilder approach. Hiding
our identities behind a mask or a watermelon costume, well find our fun taking candy from strangers. As night approaches, youll find new sides to yourself and your classmates, whether it be a new potential style or an impressively creepy talent. The stars may emerge and darkness might be taking over the sky, but your night of fun is just beginning.
AS THE SUN SETS...
GUIDEstory by kirsten mccormack, design by allie laing,
photos by ally stark and kirsten mccormack
Tis the season of brightly colored leaves, frosty morning dew, and the strong scent of a bonfire. We all know the feeling of the cold weather finally moving in. It hits you quickly like a caffeine boost from a pumpkin spice latte. You may want to let the icy cold weather isolate you from the outdoors, but fear not. Open your closet, dig up your cozy warm sweaters and scarves, and make your way out the door. After all, what better time of the year than fall to show your unique personality and style? There are many trends this season that are sure to impress. Just like the array of colors of leaves, we all have our own unique style. Some looks this season that are guaranteed to make a statement are oversize knit sweaters, socks with docs, circle scarves, and beanies that slouch in the back.
Ask your parents about Doc Martens, and Im sure theyll tell you they were even in style when they were our age. From that soft grundge look to your formal wear, Doc Martens can be mix and matched. Wear them with longer socks that show over the top to add a comfy, snug feel to your outfit. These boots are perfect for fall and will last for years to come. Wherever you go and whatever you do, expect your Doc Martens to last and always expect to recieve compliments on how put together you look.
When all your turtlenecks fail to keep your neck warm, find your favorite scarf and bundle up. Even if it isnt that cold, you can always put on a lighter scarf that is more breezy. Circle scarves are big this season, and they come with endless fashion possibilities. Wear them as normal scarves, have them cover your shoulders, or even wear them as a dress. Whether youre trying to keep toasty or make your outfit pop, youre always guaranteed to look great.
Lighter than a jacket, warmer than a t-shirt, a sweater is an excellent in between for fall weather. Whether its long or short, soft or rough, or even only worn for ugly sweater day, you can always expect to be cozy. You can wear it with practically anything, and you wont be disappointed with the look. Show some support for the fellow knitters and throw on your fave sweater.
Did you know that covering your ears can make your whole body feel warmer? So why not wear a trendy hat while doing so? Beanies are in this season and are sure to keep you warm. Keep on the lookout for knitted and more loose fitting beanies in the back. This is a cute way to pull your outfit together. Even in warm weather, beanies are worn because of the way it adds another element to your outfit. However, beanies are also also functional, making them a must for everyones closet.
crew neck top: hot topicshoes: dsw
sweater: forever 21pants: forever 21
Connor ODohertyApril VanUnen
sweater: forever 21pants: forever 21
sweater: marshallsshoes: vans
sweater: urban outfitterspants: urban outfitters
Adia Matousek Hope Lawlor
Sam Frankel Grace WolfeSOPHOMORE FRESHMAN
sweater: banana republicshirt: urban outfitters
sweater: urban outfittersboots and socks: dsw
11sweater: urban outfittersboots and socks: dsw
Eva Phillips Allie Laing
Lia Hagen Ally Stark
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF DESIGN EDITOR
MANAGING EDITOR PHOTO EDITOR
Thrifting for new pieces to add to my fall wardrobe is always one of my favorite weekend activities. I buy most of my sweaters from Urban Outfitters or Goodwill. As far as boots go, my personal favorite place to shop is Be Yourself Boutique located on 307 N 78th Street.
ADVICE FROM THE EDITORS...
My general style consists of things I randomly find in a multitude of stores, ranging from Scout, Goodwill, my dads closet, etc. Layers are essential for me and for anyone, unless you like freezing. If so, thats weird. Sneakers are my favorite shoes to wear, and I will get them anywhere I can, including Famous Footwear and DSW.
Im constantly on the lookout for fun, unique pieces to add to my wardrobe. Some of my favorite places to dig for these pieces are Lions Mane Vintage, Goodwill, and online stores such as Asos.com and Etsy.com. It may take some searching, but thats half the fun! You never know what youll find.
Notoriously impractical, I am the last person you would typically expect to be on a fashion spread about staying warm. Most of my wardrobe is compiled from thrift store purchases from fifth grade, dresses from H&M, and every semicute skirt that Forever 21 has put out over the past two years.
This Halloween, Craze decided to get spooky. Staffers scoured their homes for anything that could be used as a costume; backdrops were painted in a flurry of half-empty spray paint bottles and giggles. When school began on Tuesday, October 22nd, we had high hopes and great expectations. Luckily, the student body didnt let us down. Students embraced their weird side in a photo booth that ran from mod three to thirteen. The result is a precious mix of freaky, wild, and fun. See our playlist to the right for this years Halloween soundtrack, and check out westsidewired.org for more pictures. design by eva phillips, story by lia hagen, photos by craze staff
voodoo trustby naomi punk
be true to your ghoulby the ghouls
murderby new order
nightmare on my streetby dj jazzy jeff and the fresh prince
monsterby kanye west
brian enoby mgmt
haunt me (x3)teen suicide
this is halloweenby nightmare before christmas