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Kat Swift

Kat Swift, Managing Editor of Viewpoints

In her third year as a Chatterbox staff member, SENIOR Kat Swift is thrilled to work as the Managing Editor of Viewpoints. This year she is so excited to introduce new staff members to the joys of journalism and to produce content that she can be proud of.  

In the past, Swift has taken Newswriting 1 and 2, been a writer for the News and been a Section Editor for Peanuts and News. 

When not in the newsroom you can find Swift in the music wing of the building where she is a part of both Women’s Choir and Chamber Orchestra or hunched over in a corner somewhere studying. 

Swift has no idea what the future may hold in terms of college or a career but hopes that she figures it out soon (hopefully). All she knows is that she wants to explore every career path she can. 

In her free time, you can catch Swift binge-watching nerdy tv shows, attempting to bake (and doing it poorly), drinking tea, or listening to music. 

All content by Kat Swift
The WHHS Chamber Orchestra practices for their Blink performance. Violinists SENIOR Kat Swift and Sophia Krumm, ‘25, use class time to practice their music.

What is Blink?

October 24, 2022
Mematic Warfare

Mematic Warfare

March 11, 2022
How memes deceive

How memes deceive

March 11, 2022
The room here it happens: The Ohio Statehouse in Columbus, Ohio is where many legislations regarding our lives as citizens are made.

Bills, bills, bills

January 6, 2022
Among the many major events that permeated the week one of the top headlines was Stephen Sondheim’s death. The Broadway giant died the day after Thanksgiving at the age of 91.

What did you miss?

January 6, 2022
Sandee Coats-Haan’s AP Physics 2 class worked through force calculations, prototypes, testing and to make their final boats. The regatta was held at the pool on Nov. 8, it is available to be viewed on the Walnut Hills Chatterbox YouTube channel.

[Photo] Smooth sailing

November 15, 2021
As COVID-19 spreads, Ohios healthcare workers and hospitals are being overwhelmed. Masks are critical, but they are in short supply. Gov. Mike DeWine, pictured above, is working to get more masks and sanitze existing ones.

Coronavirus in Ohio

April 14, 2020
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