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
The chapel of Armstrong United Methodist Church in Indian Hill, Ohio. The United Methodist Church has been at an impasse on LGBTQ+ issues since 1972.

The United Methodist Church impasse

Kat Swift, Peanuts Editor
January 23, 2020
Micah Ballard, ‘21, vigorously sands the inside of a stall in preparation for decorating. Art club members hope this will not only beautify the school, but also discourage vandalism.

WHHS art club beautifies school with bathroom stall decoration

Alonzo Montgomery, Style and Culture Section Editor
December 16, 2019
Fall Sports Awards

Fall Sports Awards

Drew Hart and Mackienzee Rasheed
December 6, 2019
Alice, played by Kaelyn Karr ‘24, is surrounded by the three Cheshire Cats while curiously reaching for the White Rabbit, who is played by Ella Shaffer ‘25.

One Acts: a new tradition

Alonzo Montgomery, Style and Culture Section Editor
December 2, 2019
Aidan Brogan, ‘24, is ready for the release of his first movie 'Dark Waters' on Nov. 22. Through the process, Brogan was able to grow as an actor and start a resume that he hopes will expand tremendously.

A star among us

Kaylee Robbins, Managing Editor of Viewpoints
December 1, 2019
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