Students practice for a performance during the fall. Practices for the upcoming season have been moved up, starting in January instead of April.

Bringing change to the Color Guard

February 26, 2019

The WHHS Marching Blue and Gold Color Guard has many exciting changes for next season. The guard instructor Cha’La Beverly hopes the upcoming changes...

Joseph Gerth leads the students on a historical walking tour of Boston, from the hotel, through Boston Commons, to Quincy Market. “We spend our free time really productively on Friday morning by going on the tour led by Mr. Joe Gerth… you all were able to get out for some fresh air and learn something new,” Bramlage said.

WHHS delegates dominate at Harvard

February 26, 2019

On Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019, 19 WHHS students and two teachers awoke at four a.m. in order to catch a flight to Boston, Mass. at CVG airport. These students...

Jack Reuter, ‘23, is a WHHS junior high lacrosse player who has been playing the sport for four years. He has high ambitions, hoping to eventually play for a Division 1 school, and is motivated by his coach to keep working hard and improving on the sport he loves.

The scoop on Jack Reuter

February 26, 2019

Spring is a busy time for WHHS as students prepare for the many different sports and activities the school has to offer. One of these spring sports is...

This poster from the year 1900 shows a comedian transforming himself from white to “black.” The history of blackface is long in the United States and has become a common topic of discussion in light of recent political scandals.

Politicians, Gucci involved in blackface scandals

February 26, 2019

Blackface grew to fame around the mid-nineteenth century as a way to further reinforce negative stereotypes about black people in a society in which they...

The WHHS Bowling Team has been determined to remain positive throughout their 2019 season. The team is led by head coach Ryan Worthen as they aim to lift each other up individually and as a team.

Bowling team strikes out negativity

February 26, 2019

In today’s competitively-natured world, so many of the things people do are done because we have to. It’s important to cherish the activities that...

Howard Schultz was the CEO of Starbucks and is a possible 2020 independent presidential candidate. Schultz told Real Clear Politics that “I don’t affiliate myself with the Democrat Party.”

Howard Shultz wrong for 2020

February 26, 2019

As many WHHS students know, a third party candidate has never won a U.S. presidential election. It would be a stretch to say any have come close. For the...

“Loosing Hope” by Julia Johnson, ‘22, is one of many award winning pieces by WHHS students. Johnson’s piece won an Honorable Mention in painting.

Scholastic Art Awards

February 26, 2019

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards ceremony, held at the School of Creative and Performing Arts on Friday, Feb. 1, honored young artists and writers...

A twist on thrift

“I started thrift shopping in middle school. I wanted to find unique pieces of clothing that nobody else would have. I love that I can find something cooler than what I could find in a store, for a fraction of the price. I also like to think sometimes about the story behind a piece of clothing and what it might have meant to the person who owned it before me.” Lydia Graves, '22

Elizabeth Ramos, Style & Culture Writer

February 26, 2019

The softball program looks ahead with the new leadership of Coach Jayma George. The girls start their season March 23 against McNicholas High School.

Softball team seeks success with new coach

February 26, 2019

The WHHS softball players are elated for the exciting time of the year during which they get to spend hours a day on the softball diamond. Coach Jayma...

AP Art teacher Donald Stocker frequently posts the flyers of local and national art opportunities by the door of his classroom. The current posters advertise summer programs for the National YoungArts Foundation, Otis College of Art and Design and ArtWorks Cincinnati.

ArtWorks Apprenticeship

February 26, 2019

Many WHHS students have noticed the murals increasing around the city. There are over 140 murals in and around Cincinnati. A lot of hard work goes into...

This month, Ariana Grande claimed the top three spots on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, making her the first artist to do so since the Beatles in 1964. All three songs, “7 rings,” “break up with your girlfriend, i’m bored,” and “thank u, next,” are from Grande’s fifth album.

‘thank you, next’ album review

February 26, 2019

Just six months after releasing studio album Sweetener, Ariana Grande dropped a new album, thank u, next, on Feb. 8, 2019. This new album addresses the...

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