A Triad of Performances for Drama Lit

On Tuesday, December 12th, the Dramatic Literature class was hard at work in the Commons. If you were walking in the hallway during 3rd hour you would have heard the many different voices of these student actors. That is because this semester, the class is performing not two, but three student written plays. You can […]

Basketball Team Prepares for Victory

The members of the West Lafayette boys basketball team use more than just their skills to win a game. Behind every victory, there are traditions done to bring good luck and a mindset that each member must put themself in in order to have a good game. After the Devil’s victory against Crawfordsville, Juniors Nelson […]

Women Unite Against Trafficking

Making the world a better place one bracelet at a time. Now you might not think much of the recently created club, Women Empowering Women, but that might be because you don’t know what it is. If that is so, just know that it’s a club that promotes many types of social changes and issues, […]

Réveillon !

Réveillon is an event that the French students from West Lafayette High School host every year. In France, when families return from the Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, they hold a late night feast known as Réveillon. The traditions around France vary, but all regions feature grand feasts. Réveillon is known for bringing families together to celebrate […]

Do New ID’s Increase Safety?

Identification cards are used extensively at West Side. In past years, it was used for simple forms like getting into football games and figuring out which bus to get onto. Now they are being used to increase the safety of the school, by unlocking the doors at certain times of the day. But what do students […]

Songs For Christmas

During the Christmas season, some students are either traveling or just staying around town for Christmas. Wherever you’re going, whether its far or just going for a drive, students love listening to music. Especially during the holiday season, they listen to some of their favorite Christmas songs. Sophomore Jessica Love said,” every time I am […]

Best Buddies Gather for Thanksgiving

Club members and buddies gathered together after school on Monday, November 20th in the cafeteria to celebrate Thanksgiving with a scavenger hunt and feast. Buddy pairs were given clues to find their food items, which were hidden throughout the school. After a count down, teams sped through the halls on the first floor. Bags of […]

HCO Contributes to the Community

Giving back to the community is a goal for many different organizations. Helping out around the area may include picking up trash you see on the curb or donating food to the local food bank. HCO is a club at West Lafayette High School that works with the children in local areas.  Club member Daniel […]

RAIN WON’T STOP THIS PARADE!

No one would imagine that rain, wind, or cloudy skies would come in the way of this blissful afternoon. The parade was the right start to an eventful weekend. The homecoming nominees Abby Hummels, Katie Crawford,  Madeline Lynam,  Rebekah Chatterjee, Abby Rhodes,  Jacob Richardson, Sebastian Trent, Hawk Pusey, JongJin Park, and Addison Jordan; juniors Rachel Cooper and […]

Fish Out of water

After school on October 12th, the West Lafayette High School swim and dive teams met with the FISH Aquatics team on the field behind Happy Hollow Elementary School. Every two weeks the two groups take a break from their normal conditioning routine to engage in a game of ultimate frisbee. This tradition has been going […]

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