Category: As Seen in Print

Kras aims for police career despite dangers: Graduates early to attend Harper

by Frida Valdés, Feature Editor “When I was watching on the news how everyone was…

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Debusk’s passion takes off

Debusk’s passion takes off

Photo used with permission from Kaitlyn Debusk by Frida Valdés, Feature Editor “I like seeing…

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Homeschooling offers flexible, in-depth education, prepares individuals for real world

Homeschooling offers flexible, in-depth education, prepares individuals for real world

Photo by Erik Hernandez by Frida Valdés, Feature Editor Imagine waking up at 7 a.m.…

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WHS takes action by cancelling annual winter assembly

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief The annual winter holiday assembly was canceled this year due to…

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Different organizations fight against hunger

Different organizations fight against hunger

Rotary Club, various partners restock local food pantries by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief “I had a…

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First Lady sets nutritional standards for schools

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief WHS witnessed first-hand changes to the school cafeteria program as students…

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Value of school emerges through Sandy shooting

by Solinna Chong, Associate Editor When many of us think of school, we think of…

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Editorial: Custodians deserve more recognition

What goes on after school once we leave? The lights are shut down, and “save”…

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‘The Hobbit’ best film of year

‘The Hobbit’ best film of year

by Erik Hernandez, Staff Reporter Whether  or not you have read the book, Peter Jackson’s…

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Nowry recognized in Sports Illustrated

by Mike Pink, Staff Reporter Max Nowry, ‘08 graduate, is not a well known name…

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