A Superfan’s Job- How They Pump Up A Crowd

Superfan Captains Jack Sautter, Nick Jeffries, and Nate Smith represent the senior class as superfan captains for the 2016-2017 school year. Though their position leaves them with lots of responsibilities, their main jobs are to organize themes for games and to pump up the student body at sporting events.  While there are many ways to pump up […]

After-School Traffic Trouble

RDTV EP 3 (in the tunnels)

The Multi-Talented Tori

Tori Rosa is the perfect example of a Renaissance woman. Whether it be singing, songwriting, acting, directing, or dancing, Rosa puts every drop of her effort into expressing herself. She takes inspiration from everyone she’s met and isn’t afraid to put her feelings out there in the form of song. In an interview, Rosa explains […]

Cross Country and Films

Movie fanatic and running extraordinaire Dylan Williams splits his time between school, running, and movies.  “I try to watch at least 2 movies every weekend but I feel completely productive if I watch 5”, Williams said.   Balancing classes and running cross country he plans out his movies and which ones he will watch next. […]

Nate Smith

As a soccer player and superfan captain Nate Smith has his hands full during the fall season.  “I think being the junior superfan captain is pretty cool and i was looking forward to it since my freshman year”, Smith said.  As the soccer team battles through the season the team hopes for a couple more […]

Senior Volleyball Player: Lydia baker

After a tough loss to McCutcheon the West Lafayette Volleyball team bounced back with two wins against Benton Central and Crawfordsville.  Senior captain Lydia Baker has had large contributions to the wins and how the team has played.   “I love my team because when we are all playing our game and we are playing […]

Seriously Speaking

  Olivia Long: “Good luck because high school sucks and its gonna be a long time before FREEDOM!! Casey Crosser: “Try your freshman year!! Don’t blow it off!” Dom Patacsil: “Do it big” Alicia Cheng: “Stop being a nerd” Joy Gray: “Don’t worry about other people and just do you”

Tommy Bien creates his own path

Tommy plans to major in telecommunications at Ball State.  He wants to have a career involving media production and is an active member of the Film Club. “We’re always looking for more things to explore as a club,” said Tommy. Tommy’s friends describe him as being passionate about movies. “He’s a pretty fly guy,” said Tommy’s […]

All hail Lindsey Haehl

As a school, our marching band is known throughout the community as a presence, both in the gymnasium and on the football field. The team supports the sports with great music when our athletics are winning, and are a beacon of light and entertainment when they are not. This skilled group is led by none other than Lindsey […]

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