• Too Much?

    Tuesday, April 5, 2022

    Athletes and Mental Health The summer and winter Olympics showed an unprecedented pattern of American stars unable to compete to their projected capacity. These two situations could reflect a larger picture that affects all athletes, including you, the student athletes of West Side. High school student athletes face the tough balance of in school and […]

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  • To Honor A Teacher

    Tuesday, April 5, 2022

    Sevigny 3v3 Tournament On Sunday March 27th, the BOSS club hosted the annual Sevigny 3v3 Basketball Tournament.  Students who participated in the tournament put together teams of 3 to 5 people and went against other teams for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card, curtesy of Mrs. Sevigny, wife of Mr. Sevigny. After […]

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  • Robots Coming Through!

    Thursday, February 17, 2022

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  • Recycle It Right

    Thursday, February 17, 2022

    You sadly arrive at the last sip of your delicious drink. Luckily, there’s a blue recycling bin nearby that you can mindlessly toss your empty can or bottle into, and go about your day. Where does your bottle go once you’ve disposed of it? The answer lies with the ECO Club, who make sure those […]

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  • Surviving Valentine’s Day

    Monday, February 14, 2022

    Valentine’s Day is approaching and store shelves are being filled with chocolates, flowers, and other “lovey-dovey” items, but to some the holiday can be intimidating and upsetting. If you are a person who doesn’t have a partner this holiday, or prefer to spend the day by themselves, I’ve put together a few ways to survive […]

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Feb
17

Lights, Camera, Reaction! – Valentine’s Day Films

By Sadie Alge and Meredith Carnahan February 14th is Valentine’s Day, which means red roses, chocolates, and the ever-classic rom-com. The anticipated setting of the holiday might be a candlelit dinner or a romantic stroll on the beach, but today we’re visiting the set of The Shawshank Redemption and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest […]

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Feb
14

The Upsides to Theatre

With the spring musical coming up in less than a month, the pressure is on for the cast members of the production The Wizard of Oz. Meeting for rehearsal every Monday through Thursday from 6:00-8:00 p.m., the actors work hard to memorize their lines, songs, and choreography before March. But the musical is far from […]

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Feb
14

The Start Of Softball

The time is here for softball to start. Even though softball is a spring sport, our girls softball team has already started after school practices during the winter. While these practices are not required, they are highly encouraged. It’s a time where you can get to meet your teammates and start to build a bond […]

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Feb
14

Surviving Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is approaching and store shelves are being filled with chocolates, flowers, and other “lovey-dovey” items, but to some the holiday can be intimidating and upsetting. If you are a person who doesn’t have a partner this holiday, or prefer to spend the day by themselves, I’ve put together a few ways to survive […]

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Feb
14

Promote Your Program

On Tuesday February 8, 2022 different school programs were showcased in the Red Devil Dining Court during club time and lunch. When you walked down the ramp and entered the cafeteria, the first table you were met with was Mr. Riesterer’s art table. Three trifold setups decorated to visually display the classes offered. Those classes […]

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Jan
11

Board Game Day 2021

On November 19th, the WL Unified Club had a fun board game day. There were numerous games such as Uno, Trouble, charades and more. The game that had the most laughs was charades. All the kids got together and tried to guess the word that their friends were trying to act out without saying any […]

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Jan
11

2021 Wrestling Begins

The wrestling team has started a new season, and with it the wrestlers are feeling relief as well as anticipation for what is to come. Wrestling like most other sports felt the harsh effects of covid last winter and now at least for the moment is experiencing much more freedom.  Will Sautter (11) has already […]

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Jan
11

Lights, Camera, Reaction! – Holiday Special

By Sadie Alge and Meredith Carnahan It’s the holiday season, and that means there are plenty of Christmas films to cozy up to over the winter break. For a special end-of-semester installment of Lights, Camera, Reaction!, we turned to West Side students to give their opinions on three popular Christmas movies.  

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Dec
16

Winter Band Concert Wonderful

The West Lafayette winter band concert was a great event. Many great Christmas and holiday songs were played for the crowd of decent size to hear. Songs such as “Baby its cold outside” were played to get everyone into the holiday spirit. The band also got into the Christmas spirit by wearing the colors green […]

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