The Chattercast Ep. 3 – Thanksgiving Special

November 22, 2018

Listen to Episode 2 Here Welcome to the Chattercast! The Official podcast of the WHHS Chatterbox. This episode, Bobby and Owen talk about all things T...

 Lamott is the first speaker who has come to WHHS as part of the schools partnership with Joseph Beth, which brought speakers including Bernie Sanders and John Green last year.

Author Anne Lamott shares her philosophy at WHHS book talk

November 20, 2018

The auditorium was packed on Oct. 24 for a presentation by author Anne Lamott. Crowds clutching green-covered books spilled into additional seating in the ...

A statue of Freddie Mercury stands in Montreux, Switzerland, on coast of Lake Geneva. The statue was dedicated in 1996, with the other members if Queen present for the ceremony.

Bohemian Rhapsody: The good, the bad and the Freddie

November 20, 2018

“I won't be a rockstar. I will be a legend.” Including this one, Freddie Mercury made quite a few remarkable statements during his lifetime. Little did...

SENIOR Jowon Briggs is well known for his athletic prowess and achievements on the field. He received offers from schools such as University of Alabama and Ohio State before committing to the University of Virginia. Aside from football, Briggs also holds many creative interests, including acting, and his performance in Ragtime led Anthony Nims to recruit him to join the choir program.

Tackling more than sports

November 15, 2018

“I’d like to be a role model, the standard for young high schoolers in every way.” SENIOR Jowon Briggs said that was the “something” he wanted...

Howard Wilkinson (left) and Ken Rudin (right) visited WHHS to talk to AP U.S. Government and Politics students on Oct. 30. Wilkinson and Rudin cohost a political podcast published by WVXU.

In defense of the First Amendment

November 15, 2018

When I was younger, I always wanted my name to go down in history books for saving the world. So I read. I read books on the Titanic. “If I could give...

Drew Hart, ‘20, uses Instagram to build up his photography portfolio. Hart has been active on Instagram since he was in fifth grade, but created his photography account two years ago. His username is @drewhartphotography.

Instagram beyond the selfies

November 15, 2018

Since the creation of Instagram on Oct. 6, 2010, the site has grown incredibly and has become one of the most popular social media platforms yet. Originally...

The volunteers put up and displayed great dark and spooky decorations to really set the tone for the dance. It almost felt as if the dance took place in a real haunted house.

Boogie-ing down at the Boogie Bash

November 15, 2018

On Oct. 19, seventh and eighth graders gathered in the junior high gym to celebrate Halloween at the Boogie Bash. Students were very excited to enjoy e...

From left to right: Sophie Christian ‘23, Gabe Conley ‘23, Nate Caudill ‘24, Isabella Lachey ‘24 and Avery Frank ‘23. While the crew has set up a makeshift set in the auditiorium, the courtroom setup is evident here, and will be translated into the final production.

The rehersal of Ebenezer Scrooge

November 15, 2018

For those familiar with Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, Marley is still dead. There is no question whatsoever. He was before, but now the public...

Susan Flowers was hired this year as a full-time psychologist for WHHS. Flowers is available to help any student in room 3302 during any part of the day.

Mental health support at WHHS

November 15, 2018

At a school with such high expectations and pressure, mental illness seems to run rampant through the halls of WHHS. After months of debate, WHHS and Cincinnati...

SENIOR Shelby Ewing is a Chamber Orchestra cellist with six years of experience under her belt. She initially started playing in the seventh grade to fulfill her fine arts credit but ended up sticking with the instrument.

What to expect from Chamber Orchestra’s new season

November 15, 2018

As trolls, angels and princesses filled the auditorium, a new orchestra season began at WHHS. Six-year cellist SENIOR Shelby Ewing shares a peek into what...

‘Love Everyone’ A plea for unity

Hip Hop star Kanye West met with President Trump on Oct. 12. They spoke about a variety of issues, and West emphasized his mission to further prison reform.

Will Fitton

November 15, 2018

Update: On Oct. 30, Kanye West tweeted that he was “distancing himself from politics” as he felt he was being used to spread messages he didn’t bel...

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