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Kate Stiens

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements

In her fourth year as a Chatterbox staff member, Kate Stiens is ecstatic to work as the Managing Editor of Visual Elements.  She hopes to help her team members express their visual creativity in the paper this year.

She was a club member for the sports section in 2019, the Opinions section editor in 2020 and the Style and Culture section editor in 2021.

 She also runs cross country and track, is on student council and is in sustainability club.

 

Stiens hopes to study fashion design, environmental science or journalism in college.

 

In her free time, Stiens enjoys running and sewing.

All content by Kate Stiens
When WHHS Staff reward students with Eagle Bucks, students earn a slip of paper representing the Eagle Buck which states the reason for earning it. The Eagle Buck is also entered online by the Staff member who assigned it. This way the credit is immediately sent to the SOAR Store.

[Photo] Eagles reach to SOAR

Megan Scudder, Managing Editor of School Life
October 6, 2022
Euphoria Perspectives

Euphoria Perspectives

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
March 23, 2022
Talking to strangers is one of the most impactful ways to gain insight into life. From the amazing stories to the great wisdom, people are the best source of knowledge.

Are we really strangers?

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
March 9, 2022
Are we really strangers?

Are we really strangers?

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
March 9, 2022
Holiday cookie recipe

Holiday cookie recipe

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
January 6, 2022

Homecoming Fashion

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 21, 2021
Ella Vaughn ‘23, Brooklyn Shafer ‘23,  Adeleigh Karoutchi ‘23, Sophie Christian ‘23, Jackson Prus ‘23, Annalise Smith ‘23

Back to School Fashion

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
September 21, 2021
After 33 years of teaching photography, AP Studio Art and pro media design, 18 of them in the WHHS art department, Stocker, a beloved and passionate teacher with a personality just as colorful as his art classes, has decided to end his teaching career.

Retirees: Donald Stocker

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
May 20, 2021
Stop living through a screen and start living in the moment.

We live on a floating rock: Live in the moment

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
May 17, 2021
Tik-Tok viral baked feta pasta is just as tasty as it looks.

Trying the TikTok viral baked feta pasta

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
April 2, 2021
It can never hurt to show the world some kindness, go out of your comfort zone and do some random act of kindness for strangers.

We Live on a Floating Rock: Random acts of kindness

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
March 28, 2021
Don’t bully yourself for not looking like someone else, you are beautiful in your own way.

Floating rock: how to find confidence within

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
January 21, 2021
Living with no regrets makes life more enjoyable. Get out of your comfort zone.

Column: we live on a floating rock

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
December 19, 2020
Lily Clark, ‘23, starts her online assignments after finishing up a long day of virtual learning. Clark is not a fan of online learning, and misses social interaction

The unseen struggles of online learning

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 28, 2020
Responses from a Chatterbox survey of 188 people among the WHHS community.

Climate change needs more attention

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 20, 2020
A student opens the TikTok app to scroll through the entertaining videos on their for you page. TikTok is possibly getting banned in the near future for national security reasons.

Banning TikTok should not be a high priority

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 7, 2020
Barry Bates, ‘21, swims butterfly at a meet at WHHS. Bates honed the skill at practice. “Swimming really depends on how much the swimmer wants to get out of practices ... but all comes together with the team in the end too,” Sakura Adachi, ‘23, said.

Swimming to success

Kate Stiens, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
February 20, 2020
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