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Faith Wallace

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer

In her fourth year, SENIOR Faith Wallace has taken on the role as staff member. She hopes to get journalistic experience and improve her writing. She previously took one Newswriting 1 and 2. 

Wallace is in mock trials, astrology, and culinary club. She enjoys reading, cooking, and re-watching shows like Adventure Time. She is interested in learning more about economics and wants to travel to Italy.   

All content by Faith Wallace
 “Barbie” got eight Oscar nominations in total. (Made by Faith Wallace on Canva)

The popularity Oscars

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
February 21, 2024
The focus on girlhood instead of womanhood within our culture is due to the idea that being a woman is too hard and how age is viewed in our culture. If we are all to take a step forward, we must acknowledge all women and girls.  
(Made by Faith Wallace on Canva)

The year of the girl in retrospect

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 31, 2024
Priscilla was based on Priscilla Presley’s book “Elvis and Me”.

Priscilla’s secluded world

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 3, 2024
The second you grow up from your Disney star image is the second people start to treat you like a pop star. They were already discussing replacements for Miley Cyrus after her debut album, “Meet Miley Cyrus.”

A sample of Rodrigo

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
October 16, 2023
We expect people to be mean on the Internet but is it going too far?

The year of haters

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
October 9, 2023
Honk for Jesus was loosely based on the downfall of megachurch pastor Eddie Long.

“Honk for Jesus”

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
April 6, 2023
Sometimes shame isn’t the judgment of someone else, but the internal perception of ourselves.

Shame

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
March 10, 2023
In various circumstances, the effects of students’ digital footprints have had negative consequences, even locally. In 2020, Xavier University rescinded their offer to an incoming student after accusations of the student using racial slurs on social media.

The permanent online persona

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 26, 2023
According to Pew Research, 44% of Americans have heard the phrase ‘cancel culture’. Cancel culture originally started as a personal decision–now it’s become a global phenomenon.

The fallen stars break

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
November 17, 2022
Cheating is prosecutable in 21 states and despite 84% of citizens agreeing that cheating is wrong according to YaleGlobal Online Archives, it still remains one of the major causes for divorce.

The perception of cheaters and the other women

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
November 14, 2022
Wanting to improve oneself is natural however comparison can be detrimental to mental health and self-confidence creating a glow down.

The ugly duckling:

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
May 17, 2022
Kim Watling retires after teaching at WHHS for nine years. “I want my students to feel when they walk in, take a breath and relax,” Watling said. “See the colors get excited and be in an environment that makes them want to create, and feel safe and inspired.”

Retirees: Kim Watling

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
May 16, 2022
The student council meets every two weeks. Their last meeting will be in May to finalize eighth grade preparation. As some members prepare to go into freshman student council.

Looking back on the eighth grade student council

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
April 28, 2022
Personality Quiz

Personality Quiz

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 27, 2022
The 2026 class intently focused on their dodgeball players and cheering them on against the Effies.

[Photo] The roaring spirit of JH

Dominic Hamon, Section Editor of Opinions
November 15, 2021
The Boogie Bash began as a success with seventh and eighth graders coming over to boogie no one was left costumeless.

A spooky tradition lives again

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
November 1, 2021
Honors is being redesigned as AA in order for greater equality and more opportunities. “Grades can be the determining factor of whether they can handle AA or regular, and then theres no teaming that has to be restricted like whether they take it in the morning or the afternoon,” Jayma Hazelbaker said.

Out with the old, in with the new: Honors to AA

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
October 21, 2021
The seventh grade volleyball team wins their third match.

The opening serve: Effies rule the court

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
September 26, 2021
Baseball coach Jack Kuzniczci is retiring after 36 years of coaching and over 500 wins.

Retirees: Coach Jack Kuzniczci

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
May 20, 2021
Clincy’s business name came from her love of bees, and the first thing she baked. Cosmopollen means a single community coming together.

Simcha Clincy: the pursuit of pastries

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
February 24, 2021
Volunteering is looked at as one of the most impactful actions a person could do, it creates a  powerful impact on the community. It also connects people to many real world issues, opportunities, and people.

Middle schoolers making an impact in their community

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
February 10, 2021
 Middle School often gets a terrible reputation as a bridge between childhood and teenagers. During this time obstacles such as puberty, school, and social pressure emerge. Movies such as Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Akeelah and the Bee, and Eighth Grade exemplify the pre-teen struggle.

The moving picture of adolescents on screen

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
February 9, 2021
Kylee Ehrhardt and Sofia Sfoufe, ‘26, go hiking at Adventure Crew. The two friends met this year despite the barriers of online classes.

The walk to companionship

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 4, 2021
Volunteers set up last year’s boogie bash in the WHHS Gymnasium. The Boogie Bash has been a way for seventh and eighth graders to get creative and celebrate Halloween with their fellow classmates. This year, due to COVID-19, the Boogie Bash has been moved online.

Come do the Monster Mash at the virtual Boogie Bash

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
October 28, 2020
Recent debuts in the world of online streaming include Disney+ and Apple TV, each premiering their own original content. As more services are released, some wonder if this is a sustainable model for the future of television.

The streaming war

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 25, 2020
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