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Predicting Super Sunday

Nathan Bennett, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

It’s almost time for Super Bowl LIV.The San Francisco 49ers were able to dominate Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC conference championship game. The Kansas City Chiefs were able to come back from an early defi...

What’s More Important–Good Food Or The Big Game?

Gavin Kinsworthy, Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

As the football season is coming to an end and a Missouri team still in the running for the title, there is significant buzz about the Super Bowl. However, while some students are excited to watch the game, many are just worri...

A News Reality–What Is Real And What Is Fake?

McKenna Casey, Staff Editor

February 5, 2019

The Internet. Something we all use on a day-to-day basis has changed how we see the world. We have supercomputers in our pockets and listening devices in our homes--50 years ago this would seem like a funny reality from a mov...

2018-2019 class officers from the left, Maggie Funston (freshmen), Sophie Dubis (sophomore), Adam Marler (junior), and Emily Shaul (senior)

Serving The Students

December 6, 2018

Some of the students participated in the tilt at the Hancock Building.

Windy City Memories

November 26, 2018

Luke Stallings (No. 17) was a team captain for the Owls this season.

One Last Goodbye

November 16, 2018

Finding a place and a group to sit with at lunch can be a big deal.

Finding My Place

May 18, 2018

Moving On: A Senior Outlook

Brogan Eyre, Staff Writer

May 15, 2018

The class of 2018 is no different from the decades of other graduating classes that came before it. Graduating seniors must inevitably take their final tours around WHS, saying goodbye to beloved teachers and friends and turnin...

Competing on Ice

Abby Comia, Staff Writer

March 1, 2018

  When people think of exercising, they usually think about running and weight lifting but why not ice skating? Ice skating uses all of the muscles in the body. When most people think of ice skating, they don’t think...

Bacon For A Snow Day

Gabe Welch, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

With the winter season in full effect, students and teachers alike are likely to spend many nights watching the weather forecast in anticipation of a snow day. We’ve already seen our first day off due to winter weather--extr...

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