Redd-y or Not

Andrew Redd ’13, student body president, handles tons of extracurricular activities with ease. A bustling group of kids sits in the lecture hall, talking, some yelling over one another, then a commanding voice calls for attention. This is the usual beginning to a Student Council meeting. “This year we have different committees for events, like […]

Who Am I???

I was born on June 16, sometime during the 1960s, in Connersville, Indiana. I have also lived in Muncie and Monon, Indiana. In high school I was involved in band, National Honors Society, and 4H. I attended Ball State University, graduating with a major in education and a minor in American History. The most fascinating […]

Seriously Speaking

Question: WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PICK-UP LINE? Answers: “Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?”   – Julia Bittner, Freshman “You’re hot.”   – Sophie Millsaps, Sophomore “Did you just fart? Because you blew me away.”   – Lorenzo Domondon/Jack Erdman, Seniors “Do you have your library card? ‘Cause I’m checking you out.”   – […]

Who Am I???

I was born on September 12, 1979 in New Castle, Indiana. Besides New Castle and West Lafayette, I have also lived in Knightstown, IN. In high school I played basketball and tennis. I attended Purdue University and majored in Education. The best decision I have ever made is taking this teaching job at West Side. […]

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What’s your excuse to get out of shoveling snow off the driveway?

Spreading Homeless Awareness

[By Haley Arndt, Nico Friedman and Sara Johnson] During the holiday season, it can be easy to forget about the less fortunate, when surrounded by gifts and holiday cheer.  “I think it’s easy to ignore [the less fortunate], because [west side] is mostly upper class,” said Maggie Oates ’13 when asked about the awareness of […]

Owen Patrick laughs, loves

If you were sitting in the Freshmen locker bay, you would probably still be able to hear Owen Patrick ’13 yelling all the way from the Senior locker bay. Friend Carson Cruea ’13 describes him as “funny, outgoing, and obnoxious”; Patrick says, “I just love to get people to laugh.” Between school and work, Patrick doesn’t have much free, […]

Featured Senior: Chauncey Beck

Chauncey Beck is giving and grateful. Chauncey Beck ‘13 is a spunky girl who enjoys running, hanging out with her friends, and of course, shopping. “She’s Crazy, funny, and basically a really good person,” said Allie Magnante ’13. Not only does she enjoy this, but she is also an active member on the committee for […]

Who Am I?

(Student Teacher Edition) I was born on August 29, 1989 in Decatur, Indiana. I went to Purdue and majored in Social Studies Education. I have also lived in Richmond, IN. The most fascinating place I’ve ever been is West Lafayette. The best decision I’ve made is going to Purdue. I have one older brother. In […]

Seriously Speaking

How did you find out that Santa Claus isn’t real? Mrs. Yoder- “I still believe. Santa not being real is a myth.” Megan Chiu ’13- “Deductive Reasoning.” Hannah DelaCruz ’14- “When I was little, my mom told me that Santa died before I was born.” Ryan Kim ’15- ” My kindergarten teacher accidentally told the whole class.” […]

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