Category: As Seen in Print

Laing goes extra mile, runs marathon with his father

Dakota Laing, senior, and his father, Scott Laing, ran their first marathon together on September…

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Accounting students gain experience from Relay, contest

by Rosalie Chan, Web Editor After taking College Accounting, students had the opportunity to compete…

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Activity, registration fees rise for next year

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief All District 214 students will face fee increases in the 2013-14…

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WHS rises in rank

by Rosalie Chan, Web Editor Listed as 39th on The Washington Post’s Most Challenging High…

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Positive Impact gives students opportunities for research, design

Positive Impact gives students opportunities for research, design

by Jacquelin Camacho, Staff Reporter WHS hosted the Midwest Research Competition: Positive Impact, an engineering…

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Dr. Lopez says farewell to WHS, moves higher into Dist. 214

Dr. Lopez says farewell to WHS, moves higher into Dist. 214

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief As students from WHS settled into class on Friday, April 5,…

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Pro-start hosts food contest

Pro-start hosts food contest

by Katia Bryhadyr, Staff Reporter WHS held its first Pro-Start cooking contest during block C-2…

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‘Spider Gym’ offers students alternatives, training

‘Spider Gym’ offers students alternatives, training

by Rosalie Chan, Web Editor Donned in white martial arts robes, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu students…

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Tomb Raider reboot revives gaming standards

by Robert Perales, A&E Editor Every plot has its beginning and that’s exactly what the…

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Review: Ginza’s grand buffet

    by Solinna Chong, Associate Editor Buffets are basically all-you-can-eat sanctuaries; you pay a…

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