Coach, alum at marathon

Coach Custer and Boston area alumni tell their stories of last week’s Boston Marathon bombings and subsequent shootings. Among the many out-of-town runners at the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15th, 2013, was track coach Mr. Custer. “I qualified in November 2011 when I ran a 3.05.08,” he said. “You have 18 months to fulfill […]

Fake Photo Goes Viral

 In the wake of the shootings at the Boston Marathon, a photo of a little girl running was released. Over 40,000 people “re-tweeted” the picture before it was discovered as a fake. The girl neither ran nor died in the Boston Marathon. “The photo was a picture of one of the young girls at the […]

Cabaret concert tribute to 20s

Jazzy romantic French music filled the commons area as students gathered around to get a little taste of Paris in the early ’20s on April 17 during lunch. The French club this year showcased a performance by professional singer-actor Claudia Hommel and pianist Elizabeth Doyle featuring music in French, Spanish, and English in a cabaret-style venue. […]

New roads put in

The city of West Lafayette is drawing a slew of construction projects to their close.  A new roundabout on Northwestern has been added in addition to the  roundabouts popping up on Cumberland, some of which lay on new stretch of road close to the athletic complex.   Brad Krause’14 has mixed feelings about the new construction. […]

French exchange students visit

Traveling to another country is a goal for many people. Each year, students in Alsace, France are given the change to reach this goal by coming to America and staying with a host family in West Lafayette. This project started fairly recently, back in 2009. “In 2009 it was just an electronic letter exchange and […]

Etiquette Dinner cancelled

Last year, the Parent Council put together a dinner to help high school juniors and seniors learn etiquette  for a more formal setting.  This year not enough people signed up in time and the event was canceled  but that didn’t stop the Council from putting in the effort to organize the event. “Parent Council felt that all […]

Tuition frozen at Purdue

At this time of year, many seniors have finished fretting over which college they will go to and have begun to worry about how they are going to pay for it. In these economically difficult times, many schools are looking for ways to increase, or even just sustain revenue. Naturally, a wide array of rumors concerning […]

Talent Show a Success

At 7:00 on March 22nd at the Morton Community Center, a huge crowd of people started filing in to see the many talents that were about to be showcased. The West Lafayette Mayor’s Youth Council Talent Show was a huge success for the organization, raising around $650 which will be used at the discretion of the […]

Students contribute art

Each year the community hosts what is called Youth Art Month, a month dedicated to young artists and their work. There are several events, including an art show, student artwork being put up in the Statehouse, and an Art Auction to fund a charitable event. “It runs through most of March,” said Mrs. Kincaid, who […]

Stud Co takes control of votes

The week after Spring Break, the Student Council held a meeting to decide how to elect executives for the next year. They decided that representatives will still be elected by the student body, but the Executive Board will be voted on by the Student Council members themselves. Andrew Redd ’13 was Student Council President for […]

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