Anime Club

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Anime Club

Chemistry teacher Thomas Presswood points at a poster made by the club. “It gives a place for the kids who like to watch anime, it’s a place to come and not be ridiculed or be made fun of for watching it. It gives them someone to talk to about anime,” Thomas Presswood said.

Chemistry teacher Thomas Presswood points at a poster made by the club. “It gives a place for the kids who like to watch anime, it’s a place to come and not be ridiculed or be made fun of for watching it. It gives them someone to talk to about anime,” Thomas Presswood said.

Samantha Ray

Chemistry teacher Thomas Presswood points at a poster made by the club. “It gives a place for the kids who like to watch anime, it’s a place to come and not be ridiculed or be made fun of for watching it. It gives them someone to talk to about anime,” Thomas Presswood said.

Samantha Ray

Samantha Ray

Chemistry teacher Thomas Presswood points at a poster made by the club. “It gives a place for the kids who like to watch anime, it’s a place to come and not be ridiculed or be made fun of for watching it. It gives them someone to talk to about anime,” Thomas Presswood said.

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Anime Club is a club that meets twice a week to watch and discuss different anime series. It was founded by Warren Sievert several years ago.

“We watch anime and discuss what’s going on in the show. We talk about the plot and the characters and discuss the creativity of the stories,” junior Nicole Miller said.

Anime Club meets in room 2507 on Tuesdays after school and Thursday mornings. The club is run by Thomas Presswood, who has been running the club for two years.

“I enjoy watching anime myself, and it gives me something to do in the afternoons. It gives a place for the kids who like to watch anime, it’s a place to come and not be ridiculed or be made fun of for watching it. It gives them someone to talk to about anime,” Thomas Presswood said.

Members of the club to watch anime series on various platforms, such as YouTube and Netflix, with subtitles in English. They are currently watching “How to keep your mummy.”

What I like most about anime club is that it’s just a place to chill out. Another thing that I like most about anime club is my fellow board members. They are all really nice and sweet,” junior Alexander Moore said.

A trip to Japan is currently being planned. They are hoping to go in a couple of years.

“We do other things too, like the trip that we try to take, maybe something we do not every year, but maybe every other year. You don’t have to be a club member, but it helps,” Presswood continued.

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