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You’ll LOVE These Fun Facts

Lianna Kowalke, Co-editor

January 11, 2017

Filed under News, Perspectives

Valentine’s day has a different meaning for everyone. For some it might inspire images of red roses and romance. Others might dread the inevitable, distasteful PDA on display in school hallways. The holiday could also be celebrated by crying alone to The Notebook, eating ice cream and wishing for love ...

In Memoriam of Josh Church – A True Friend

Jack Berens, Co-editor

January 10, 2017

Filed under Home, News, Perspectives, Student Life

On November 16 just five days after his seventeenth birthday, WTHS Junior swimmer Josh Church passed away unbelievably abruptly.  He was a friend of mine (and very many), and if you knew him or want to know about him, please visit his obituary page on the Warren Cemetery's website: I...

What Social Media App Do You Prefer?

November 14, 2016

Filed under Perspectives, Student Life

Now a days, there are so many new inventions and technology advancements, it can be difficult to keep up. Needless to say, with over 2 million apps on the Apple App Store (statistics as of 2014), there's an app for practically everything. In a quick survey of the students at the Almond Campus, I asked...

Changing Presidential Leaves and Fresh Lenses

Vicky Wagner, Contributor

November 14, 2016

Filed under News, Perspectives

November 9, 2016 was pivotal for the trajectory of the country. Picking who will be president for the next four years is hard and complicated. Many people have their own thoughts and their point of views.  Donald Trump is our next president and some people have to accept on what's happening....

iPhone 7 Review

iPhone 7 Review

Lydia Sundberg, Contributor

November 3, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Perspectives

The newest generation iPhone, the iPhone 7, came out on September 7th, 2016. The response has been somewhat underwhelming compared to past Apple releases due to the limited changes from previous models. Both the battery life and camera quality remain virtually unchanged. The elimination of both a home...

ACT to SAT: The Change and What It Means For Students

Jessica Lim, Contributor

September 26, 2016

Filed under News, Perspectives

For fifteen years, Illinois has issued the ACT as its standardized test. But in December of 2015, the Board of Education declared that they would be switching to the rival SAT as the official exam after the College Board won a three year, $14.3 million bid to take the ACT's place, which was $1.37 million...

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