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.” […]

Who Am I???

1.  I was born on January 21, 1776 in Cincinnati, Ohio. 2.  I attended Purdue University for undergrad. 3.  Besides living in the West Lafayette area for 15 of the last 17 years, I have lived in Cincinnati and Dearborn County, Indiana. 4.  The best decision I ever made was taking the job at West […]

Who Am I?

I was born on May 7, 1977 in Danville, Illinois. I have also lived in Greensboro, North Carolina and Hillsboro, Indiana, and I have lived in West Lafayette for 10 years. I have two sisters, one brother, and I am the youngest by 12 years. I attended Elon University for undergrad school, Purdue for graduate, […]

Seriously Speaking 11/15

What would you do if it was your last day on earth?       “I’d go to an amusement park and do everything to get mysel kicked out.”  Parker Krueger’16 “I’d sleep in and then watch ‘The Titanic’.”  Tommy Bien’15       “I’d do everything on my bucket list.” Haley Guthrie’14     […]

Seriously speaking

What is the craziest thing you have ever found in your Halloween basket? Nicole Woloshuk ’16 “A toothbrush.”         Fabio Garofalo ’15 “An apple. I was outraged!”           Shelby Mann ’14 “A Big Mac.”           Andy Smith ’13 “Pre-popped popcorn in a zip-lock bag. […]

Featured senior: Pauline Ravot

Pauline Ravot ‘13 lives by and embodies the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Ravot dedicates her time to helping out friends and even complete strangers. “I like volunteering and helping people,”  Ravot said about herself. She has participated in many clubs in order to do just  that. […]

Hansen keeps things interesting

When asked to describe Charles Hansen ‘13, Brian Choi ‘13 could only think of one word, indefinable. “He’s hilarious,” says Michael Crabill ‘13. Throughout the interview, Hansen was cracking jokes, making all that heard him break out in laughter. Besides providing comic relief for his classmates throughout the school day, Hansen is a member of […]

grace lim is the epitome of an artist

A lot of people are talented when it comes to art.  Some are just born with it.  One glance at Grace Lim ‘12 and her homemade bottle cap earrings reveal that she is an artsy person. “When I was really little I would just draw with crayons all over my apartment.  That probably wasn’t a […]

Charles Hansen keeps it interesting

Charles practices the oboe in seventh hour band. Sophmore year, he was even involved in the Wabash Valley Youth Symphony. When asked to describe Charles Hansen ‘13, Brian Choi ‘13 could only think of one word, indefinable. “He’s hilarious,” says Michael Crabill ‘13. Throughout the interview, Hansen was cracking jokes, making all that heard him […]

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