Oct
22

Spice Up Fall With These Vegan Pumpkin Scones

Are the dropping temperatures raising your fall cravings? Look no further! These light vegan scones mix together the spice of pumpkin pie with the sweetness of maple and a nice pecan crunch to top everything off. Eat them with coffee, tea, or alone! Ingredients: Scones: 1 ½ Tbsp ground flax 3 Tbsp water 3 cups […]

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Oct
22

4 Tips To Survive Senior Year

Are you a senior? Are you feeling stressed, struggling, or hanging on by a thread? Senior year is tough. The final stride is upon you and it can be tough to hold on and finish. Most seniors are overwhelmed with a combination difficult classes and the most amount of homework they’ve ever seen. This stress […]

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Oct
22

THE BOYS ON THE BUS

Team camaraderie and bonding is important and can be displayed through various actions, including something as simple as traveling together. Some bus rides are longer than others and finding a way to pass the time can be tricky. Whether the boys’ soccer team is traveling as far as South Bend or as close as Harrison, […]

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Oct
22

Wall of Pride honors distinguished alumni

On Friday September 28th the Wall of Pride celebrated alumni and honored their achievements. A few select students were assigned an alum and spent the whole day with them. They visited classes that their alum was interested in for a few periods until lunch. The seniors and juniors all gathered in the auditorium after lunch […]

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Oct
22

Mulan Review

Mulan was produced by Disney in 1998. It is one of the original princess movies incorporating varying ethnicity and women empowerment. The main character is Fa Mulan, her troop leader is Li Shang, and her sidekicks are Mushu and Cri-kee. Mulan is a pioneer Disney film representing non-American cultures. The Asian culture is exhibited through […]

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Oct
22

Running Through the Tournament:

The Boys Cross Country Team prepares for the postseason. “Our team goal is to podium at state, which is getting top 5, and despite a tough season, I have no doubt in my mind that we can still do it,” said Mitchell Curl. It is the time of year for most fall sports to begin […]

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Oct
22

ASTROWORLD – The Truth Unveiled

Travis Scott is a well-known artist with a consistently growing fan base. Much of his fame is accredited towards signing his first major label deal with Epic Records in 2012. Since then, he has become a mogul in the rap world. After his success with “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” and “Huncho Jack, Jack […]

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Oct
22

Popular Songs Changed Throughout School History

West Side has been around for a while, and though the school itself hasn’t changed much, the students in it have and the music they listened to as well. From Bing Crosby to Sheck Wes, music has changed a lot. So sit back, relax, and travel back in time to the music that our predecessors […]

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Oct
22

Senior Spotlight

As the girls’ soccer season comes to a close, seniors say “sayonara” to many memories made.

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Oct
22

How Much Sleep Do You Get Each Day?

  SLEEPING STUDENTS: Many students who don’t get enough sleep feel overly tired and may fall asleep in class. Excessive tiredness can also cause many health issues. Do you get enough sleep each night?

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Oct
22

The Mixtape: Episode Two

Episode Two: A New Beginning It has been nearly five years since Canadian singer Avril Lavigne dropped a studio album, and after not being in the spotlight for a long time, she has released her comeback single Head Above Water on Sept. 19. Lavigne is most known for her punk-influenced pop anthems and grunge ballads […]

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