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Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements

In her third year as a Chatterbox staff member, Sarah Wilson is excited to work as the Managing Editor of Visual Elements. Wilson’s goals this year include building her photography skills and emphasizing visual storytelling in all elements of the paper. 

Wilson was previously the Section Editor of Opinions for the 2022-2023 school year and a writer for the features section during the 2021-2022 school year. 

Wilson is also the secretary for the Student Congress Class of 2025, a member of the WHHS Advanced Steel Band and a member of Sources of Strength.

She hopes to attend college and pursue a career in the medical field. 

In her spare time, Wilson enjoys reading, being outdoors and volunteering at the Cincinnati Zoo. 

All content by Sarah Wilson
Issue 24:
Ohio did not pass Issue 24 which would have increased the income tax from 1.8% to 2.1%, generating $40 to $50 million. This increase was proposed by Cincinnati Action for Housing Now and it would have helped pay for construction, maintenance and services for affordable houses. Opposition to Issue 24 was that the plans for allocating the raised money were not explained enough and there were disagreements on how the increase in income tax would lead to more affordable housing.

[Photo] Issue decisions

Emma Kim, Section Editor of News and Features
January 3, 2024
SafeBAE success

SafeBAE success

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
November 3, 2023
Custodians have placed numerous pineapple shaped wasp traps and sprayed bee killer across campus in attempts to lighten the insect problem.

[Photo] Walnut vs wasps

James Overton, News and Features Writer
October 13, 2023
Kaylee Robbins

[Photo] Kaylee Robbins

February 6, 2019
SENIOR Ella Rentz McCoy stands alongside Soyla. “Being someone who felt comfortable raising my hand [to volunteer] to speak Spanish to a Spanish speaker [was very meaningful],” Rentz McCoy said.

Community, culture, connection

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
May 8, 2023
Metacognition is a column that will appear in every other issue.

Metacognition

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
May 8, 2023
Metacognition is a column that will appear in every other issue.

Metacognition

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
March 22, 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.

[Photo] The permanent online persona

Faith Wallace, Style and Culture Writer
January 26, 2023
Metacognition is a column that will appear in every other issue.

Metacognition

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 24, 2022
Taking time to reflect is a valuable opportunity to learn and grow as individuals.

Metacognition

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
September 7, 2022
Student Congress created a flyer for the dance, allowing students to scan the QR Code to purchase tickets.

Spring Fling updates

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
May 11, 2022
Spring Fling Updates

Spring Fling Updates

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
April 26, 2022
In the program’s first year, Berman was one of the 10 CPS students selected and surprised with the scholarship. To qualify, students must be in the top 10% of their class and must complete an interest form along with an interview.

Julia Berman wins UC scholarship

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
March 11, 2022
Students making history: Ella Vaughn

Students making history: Ella Vaughn

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
February 27, 2022
Gimbert demonstrates the pose “seahorse”, an intermediate skill that requires an inversion. “Seahorse can be combined with a bunch of other poses… and you can get into that pose quite high off of the ground,” Gimbert said.

Alternative exercise: a new outlet for WHHS students

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
January 27, 2022
After a brief period of closure, Agyapong has recently reopened his Etsy shop. His business now features a new logo, as well as various new candle scents.

Making light despite difficult times

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
December 9, 2021
The library ran a 3D printed Pokemon giveaway on Oct. 29 to promote the new printer. For a chance to win, students could submit Pokemon-themed selfies with WHHS teachers.

Printing more than paper

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
November 16, 2021
Each of Armstrong’s homes feature inviting communal spaces that she has both furnished and decorated.

With housing brings hope

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
October 15, 2021
WHHS’ librarians Acacia Moraes-Diniz, Melody Riggs and Margo Fisher-Bellman have been hard at work since the start of the school year and are excited to interact with more students.

A new face brings change to WHHS’s library

Sarah Wilson, Managing Editor of Visual Elements
September 16, 2021
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