Junior Rhylee Shufelberger wins tickets to Harry Styles concert

March 12, 2020

  After checking her phone on the morning of Feb. 15, a notification popped up on the screen that read, "You've won!" From an Instagram giveaway, junior Rhylee Shufelberger had won a fan pass for two to see artist Harry...

Art Show

Colvin Parvin, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

     How do you feel about art? For the past month, the WAHS library hosted an art show. There are multiple very well done art pieces that were in the library. This show began at the start of second semester, and was up ...

Spirit Week Behind the Scenes

Leah Bueno

March 6, 2020

The WAHS spirit week is a fun way to unite the school and show pride. Throughout the most recent spirit week February 10 through the 14th, junior J.J. Hitt said his favourite thing about the event is that “it unifies the schoo...

Freshmen Spencer Madsen and Avery Dodd, and seniors Sylvia Harrington and Kyle Jensen rehearse for

Beyond The Curtains

March 6, 2020

What We’re Feeling: New Year New Songs

Travis Shollenberger, A&E Editor

February 25, 2020

Here are some of the songs that mean the most to our staff members.      “Werewolf” by Quinn XCII (feat. Yoshi Flower) is a song about developing feelings for someone who is not a good person and not being able to control those feelings...

Die-Hard Disney

Alizah Bueno and Colvin Parvin

January 21, 2020

Ever since its start in 1923, Disney has been shaping the lives of many across the world. The first Disney movie, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” premiered on Dec. 4, 1937. In its time, it was a milestone, making $...

Poetry’s Not Dead

Samantha Mattingly

January 21, 2020

Words can be some of the most powerful tools, especially when those words are written in an abstract or emotional form. Many people find solace in words; written, spoken, or even sung. These people indulge with words either as an...

Christmas Craze

Travis Shollenberger, A&E Editor

December 19, 2019

 Christmas songs have always spread cheer over the radio to get people into the holiday spirits. Some are about love, others are about the time spent with friends and family. Here are three songs that bring people together for ...

Cafe Underrated

Travis Shollenberger, A&E Editor

December 11, 2019

 Cafes and coffee shops are great places to stop and grab a pick-me-up to start the day, or boost someone’s energy in the afternoon. Some of these shops are more popular than others, shadowing over smaller businesses. Less p...

“Doctor Sleep” Review

Eleanor Peterson

December 8, 2019

“Doctor Sleep,” the long awaited sequel to the 1980’s hit horror movie, “The Shining”, came out Friday, Nov. 8. As most people know, sequels can hardly live up to the original. So I’m sure you’re wondering, is thi...

Giving my Thanks

Eleanor Peterson

November 25, 2019

  “I’m really thankful for the small stuff, like just the way a blanket smells and things like that. ... because It seems like people are always trying to make it this big extravagant thing that everyone shoul...

What You Should Be Watching This Fall

Eleanor Peterson

November 7, 2019

It’s rainy season, and that leaves people with a very limited list of things to do. When it’s pouring outside and you’re stuck inside, one great activity is to curl up with a blanket and put on a good movie. If you’re wo...

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