October 24, 2017

Scanlon family raises money for son with brain tumor

by Megan Brezka, staff reporter Scout Scanlon, a former Wheeling student, is also the fourth generation in her family as a Wheeling resident. Scanlon graduated from WHS a few years ago, and recently her eleven-year-old brother, Christian Scanlon, has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. From 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Feb. 1, there will be an “All You Can Eat” buffet of spaghetti to at her church, St. Joseph The Worker on Dundee Road in Wheeling, to raise money. Dinner tickets are $10 and are available at the door.

Egger, Carvajal dedicate time helping children

by Megan Provost, Staff Reporter Students at WHS are volunteering their time by helping to teach the younger members of the community. Although clubs such as Operation Snowball and Students Help Accept Diversity in Every Situation (S.H.A.D.E.S) volunteer at elementary school, individuals also go out of their way to serve the community through church sevices and youth groups. Abbey Egger, freshman, has worked as a volunteer preschool teacher at Bridge Community Church in Des Plaines for the past three years and teaching Sunday school for two years. She started volunteering when she first began attending the church in 2009, and…

A Day in the Life of a WHS Student: Caleb Harris

Filmed in 2010 by Stevi Anderson, Mallorie Bromer, Bety Camino, Jes Martinez and Karen Rodriguez

The Philippines – June 18

by Rosalie Chan, Web & News Editor I feel so tired, though I’m not sure whether it’s jet lag or the fact that the past few days have been packed with activities with the family.  But it’s been fun.  Last Saturday, I went with some of my relatives to the “Masters of Illusion Live” show, which featured many magicians doing different types of tricks, such as disappearing acts and tricks with fire.  It was highly entertaining, and I enjoyed the show.  Later that night, my dad’s entire side of the family went out to eat at a fancy restaurant called…