Heath Ledger's depiction of the Joker in 2008's The Dark Knight has defined the role since, commonly appearing in pop culture. Now, Joaquin Phoenix takes on the role for the first time in the Joker's own solo film.

Joker Trailer: A Stand-Alone Story About Batman’s Notorious Nemesis

April 30, 2019

Arguably the greatest villain in comic book history is Batman’s archenemy the Joker. Originally appearing on April 25, 1940, the Joker was a mysteriou...

Becoming the Bee

Sheridan Hennesy, 24, has been participating in spelling bees since third grade. Her recent accomplishments at WHHS are a culmination of years of efforts and preparation.

Hajra Munir, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

At WHHS, students are always participating in different activities. For Sheridan Hennessy, ‘24, spelling is more than just an English class requireme...

Horror film ‘Us’ is new Peele project

Movie poster for Us, staring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke. Released March 22, 2019.

Ella Morriss, Style & Culture Writer

April 30, 2019

Since his days as a comedy sketch writer and actor, Jordan Peele has voiced characters in Big Mouth, Toy Story 4, and many more. Peele has been growing ar...

Wally Hill on chili and communism

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Wally Hill

April 29, 2019

Driving down the rural Ohio highways, the golden fields of corn bathed in harsh winter light, it seems like no one would want to leave here. But within...

Junior high students pose for a picture at the annual Twilight Ball dance. Colorful decorations adorned the Junior High Gym around them as their classmates danced and enjoyed the night.

Dancing through Twilight

April 29, 2019

Here at WHHS, there are a handful of dances. People all around the school spend weeks, even months, preparing, picking out their outfits, doing their hair...

SENIOR Allyson Garth creates representational art. This piece showcases some of Garth’s internal struggles, such as feeling caught in her own mind. It reads: “My life is a puzzle, why can’t I solve it!” and “Let me out.”

Living with Schizoaffective disorder

April 29, 2019

Sitting in class, I’m trying to focus on taking a test. I hear a pen clicking somewhere. Naturally, I look around trying to figure out who is clicking...

According to the 2017-18 Senior College Plans Survey

Leaving Ohio

April 29, 2019

Driving down the rural Ohio highways, the golden fields of corn bathed in harsh winter light, it seems like no one would want to leave here. But within...

As this year's SENIORS move on from WHHS, they have some tips to share.

SENIOR year survival guide

April 29, 2019

Class of 2020 (and beyond)! As we SENIORS get ready to depart, we want to leave you with some advice on how to get through it your SENIOR year. Here...

Students gather in the Forum during lunch as part of WHHS’ new club “We Dine Together.” W.D.T. was started by both students and faculty as an outreach program for students who are seeking to meet and interact with their peers during lunch.

We Dine Together, students show solidarity with new club

April 29, 2019

Kindness. It is defined as the quality of being friendly, generous and considerate. Some believe that it has died out or no longer exists in our world....

Students gather in the courtyard outside the cafeteria, many of them with caffeinated beverages, a place that is light during the spring but dark during much of the school year. Over the next several years as WHHS transitions to a later school start time, many proponents of the change hope it will help students sleep more and not commute to school in the dark, preventing accidents.

CPS to change school start times

April 29, 2019

On April 15, 2019, the Cincinnati Board of Education passed a resolution declaring that over the next three years, school start times at high schools in...

In addition to the student-devloped presentations, University of Cincinnati had a host of exhibitions and projects to display to possible prospective students. One such presentation was the UC Undergraduate Geology Club, whose poster board and lots of Geology-related materials were there for viewing.

District Science Fair displays WHHS’ young minds

April 29, 2019

One of the many events that some students at WHHS are often too familiar with is the Science Fair in eighth grade. The competition is mandatory for all...

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