Who am I???

I was born on April 12, 1965 in Lafayette, IN I went to West Lafayette High School The most interesting place I have been to is the Big Island of Hawaii I have 1 son I like to exercise and work in the yard I have worked for 23 years in this building I went […]

Lorelei Turner’15 bounces back

Lorelei  Turner’15 is dedicated to her sport and fought through injuries in order to keep playing.  Turner is a starting player on the basketball team.  Her sports career was temporarily slowed down by a torn ACL her freshman year, but that didn’t stop her from coming right back to the game. “I love the game, I […]

Who am I??? (Issue 4)

I was born on Jan. 6, 1975 in Indianapolis, IN. I went to Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis. The most interesting places I have been to are England and Germany. I have two boys. I like to exercise, read, hike, and camp. I have worked 4 years in this building. I went to Anderson […]

Who Am I???

I was born in Sacramento, California on November 28, 1954. I went to Bringham Young University I did the hurdles in track in high school The most interesting place I’ve ever been to is Jamaica I played the violin at West Side My hobbies are gardening and reading I have 4 children and 8 grandchildren I […]

Seriously Speaking 11/14

 Question: What’s the weirdest thing you’ve seen at West Side?  

Jerry Ma ’14 programs his future

Jerry Ma’13 knows what he wants and he goes for it.  For Ma, “it”  means balancing lining up career opportunities with spending time playing games with friends. Ma attributes his love for coding to his time spent making maps for his friends.   “Getting involved in StarCraft got me into the technology behind computers and […]

Seriously Speaking 10/10

Question: Why is the school so cold?          

Who am I??? October 10, 2013

I was born in Iowa on December 3, 1982. I went to Camelback High School in Phoenix, AZ. The most interesting place I’ve been to is Pacos, TX. I got my bachelor’s at Arizona State University and masters at Northern Arizona University. The number one thing on my bucket list is to get a PhD […]

Erin Brophy ’14 is a natural talent

Erin Brophy ’14 with a bow and violin means mellifluous sounds that fill your ear. Brophy with a soccer ball means domination on the field. Brophy with running shoes means zooming past the finish line. Most students are whole-heartedly involved in one extracurricular activity, whether it’s academic, musical or athletic. It is an arduous task for […]

Seriously Speaking 8/16

What was your first impression of West Side?         

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