The WHHS International Thespian Society discusses future leadership at their Feb. 27 meeting.

Making a scene

Nadya Ellerhorst and Otto Kindel
March 11, 2020
Honora Martin, ‘23, works alongside artist Suzanne Fisher to put together one of the 10 inch mosaics. Martin uses Art Club as an outlet for her creativity, and she appreciates the chance to use art to make others feel better.

Mosaics: Patient work worthy of the PICU

Alonzo Montgomery, Style and Culture Section Editor
March 5, 2020
Barry Bates, ‘21, swims butterfly at a meet at WHHS. Bates honed the skill at practice. “Swimming really depends on how much the swimmer wants to get out of practices ... but all comes together with the team in the end too,” Sakura Adachi, ‘23, said.

Swimming to success

Kate Stiens, Opinions Section Editor
February 20, 2020
SENIOR Darian Burgin helps up teammate, Sydney Sheppard, during their game against Turpin. The Lady Eagles defeated the Spartans 66-20, Burgin had four blocks and four    assists.

Burgin soars high as a Lady Eagle

Bobby Keegan, Managing Editor of Student Life
February 20, 2020
SENIORS Alan Zhang and Meoshea Britt stand alongside Justin Chan, ‘22, and Sanjay Luckwitz, ‘21, while waiting for the next train on the Green Line light rail. The students wore face masks while traveling in Boston, Mass. to minimize the chances of them contracting the Wuhan Coronavirus.

COVID-19 taking the world by storm

Shiv Malhotra, News and Features Section Editor
February 20, 2020
SENIOR Kristen Cathey’s take on the 'Euphoria' makeup trend.

‘Euphoria’ lashes out

Elizabeth Ramos, Style & Culture Writer
February 20, 2020
Here at WHHS, there is a visible gap in the student demographics of who take these advanced courses. “My classes over the last 14 years have been, as a majority, white,” WHHS AP Literature teacher, Blake Taylor, said.

The unseen barriers in AP classes

Mesgana Mekibib, Staff Writer
January 28, 2020
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