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Hajra Munir

Hajra Munir, Editor in Chief

In her fourth year as a Chatterbox staff member, Hajra Munir is enthusiastic to work as the Editor in Chief.  Munir's goal this year is to support the entire staff while helping them find a new passion for journalism.

Munir's previous journalism experience includes Newswriting 1, Newswriting 2, staff writer for peanuts, section editor of sports, and managing editor of student life.  One of Munir’s favorite Chatterbox experiences was going to LA for the National Journalism Convention

Munir also enjoys photography and traveling and hopes to continue both after high school.

Munir wishes to attend Northwestern to major in journalism or communications.

All content by Hajra Munir
Hajra Munir, 23 is the editor in chief of The Chatterbox for the 2022-2023 school year.

Letter from the editor

December 5, 2022
“[Fashion is] a way for me to express myself. And also it’s just fun. It’s everything you want it to be which is dope. It’s a form of art.”

Fall fashion

November 14, 2022
The Nuthouse brings their energy and smiles to every athletic event they can be at with the rest of their great leaders including: SENIORS Ben Heitkamp, Brooklyn Shafer, Sakura Adachi, Ella Rentz-McCoy , Gus Elovitz, Morgan Mullins, Auggie Hipskind, Nicolas Dupree, Nija Olagbemiro and Da’Amari Higgins.

Nuts for the Nuthouse

October 5, 2022
Hajra Munir, 23 is the editor in chief of The Chatterbox for the 2022-2023 school year.

Letter from the editor

September 30, 2022
A new direction

A new direction

April 4, 2022
WHHS Clap Out

WHHS Clap Out

February 15, 2022
SENIOR Owen Cummings and Adeleigh Karoutchi, 23, get in character for a photoshoot to help with promoting Rhinoceroses. Cummings, playing Berenger, and Karoutchi, playing Daisy, gave students and staff a preview of their absurdists masks and a sneak peak of the anticipated black-and-white production.

Behind the mask

November 5, 2021
Photography teacher Elizabeth Knodle teaches Serentiy Billups ‘24 the basics of photography to start the year off. Knodle is excited to watch her students develop their very first roll of film in the weeks to come. (Hajra Munir)

Reinventing creativity

September 17, 2021
Effie Alert

Effie Alert

November 19, 2019
The WHHS junior high cheerleading team builds friendships as well as cheer skills. “I love making new friendships and how we all get closer with one another,” cheerleader Madison Crawford, ‘25, said

Tumbling to the top

October 31, 2019

Effie Alert

October 2, 2019

Effie Alert

September 17, 2019
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.

Becoming the Bee

April 30, 2019
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
Girls junior high basketball players stand with a basketball in front of the bleachers in the Junior High Gym, with eighth graders in the back row and seventh graders in the front row. The girls’ junior high basketball teams have games throughout the week.

Stresses to success

January 29, 2019
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