Oct
22

See You at the Pole Event Brings Students Together

On a cold Wednesday morning, at 7:00 am, a group of students were set to gather at the flagpole neighboring Grant Street, but the threat of rain pushed the group onto the steps. It might be strange to see a group of teens gathered in the dark before school, but they had a purpose. What […]

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Oct
22

Review of Shalane Flanagan’s “Run Fast, Eat Slow”

For many healthy eaters across the US, Shalane Flanagan’s, Run Fast, Eat Slow recipe book has been the rave of the runner community. Flanagan is a four time Olympian, including a silver medal in the 10,000m run. She currently runs for the Nike Bowerman Project, and won the New York City Marathon in 2017. She […]

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Oct
16

Letter Weather

As the weather starts to cool down this fall, more students are choosing to wear scarlet and grey leather jackets to block the brisk breeze. To wear the jacket with a “WL” on it is an honor given only to the select to receive the stark white piece of paper with the words “Varsity Letter” […]

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Oct
16

That’s a Fact, Jack: Episode 1

From the studios of the WLHS library comes That’s a Fact Jack, a tri-weekly podcast hosted by West Lafayette Media Team members Harrison Truitt, Hudson Gorup, and Jack McCain. On today’s show we talk about the historic events that happened on October 16th. Jack gives us his take on the Wall of Pride event, his […]

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Oct
16

Pumpkin Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

Ingredients  1 cup pumpkin puree 1/2 cup peanut butter 1/4 cup natural maple syrup or honey 1/4 cup coconut flour 1/4 cup dark chocolate chips 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon cinnamon a pinch of salt Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit Line a baking dish with parchment paper Combine […]

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Oct
1

It’s Do or Dye

Best Buddies kicks off the year with kickball This year’s Best Buddies kickoff event was a kickball game. Blue skies, sunshine, and warm weather made the event fun for everyone to enjoy. The club pairs special needs students with mainstreamed peers with a mission to champion inclusion and society amongst these diverse groups of individuals. “It […]

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Sep
26

AN APP THAT CAN DO IT ALL

One of the quickest and easiest way you can get your Starbucks is through the Starbucks Mobile App. You can order on your phone and pick it up in stores, earn points for rewards and pay for your drink or food – no wallet necessary. The quick, accessible pay feature is very relevant when Starbucks […]

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Sep
26

Pep Rally Rockin’

The She Devils kill their pep rally performance Friday after school, continue trend at  following football game Homecoming, a tradition that has gone on for decades, is an event in which the alumni of West Side are invited back to their beloved high school. For current students, it is a week of fun-filled spirit days, pep […]

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Sep
26

Picture Perfect

The She Devils dance team perform at various festivities for the 2018 homecoming celebration.

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Sep
25

Crocs Country

Boys and Girls Cross Country teams gain unity from wacky shoes.  Tacky, ugly, uncomfortable, atrocious, dysfunctional, out-of-style? None of these things worry the cross country teams when they slip into their classic clog Crocs and model them to school in unity this year.  The girls’ cross country team started this trend about a year ago, […]

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Sep
25

Harlow calculates value of passion

“Growing up, the Red Devils were always the arch-enemy back then,” said Harlow. He went to high school at Harrison. Mr. Harlow may be one of the new teachers in the math department, but he is definitely not new to teaching. He taught at Fountain Central for three years in the early 80s. He then […]

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Sep
25

Tips for completing the Common Application

Senior year has begun and many students have starting preparing for college the application process. Students can use the Common Application to do their essay and college applications. The Common Application is an undergraduate college admission application that students can use to apply to more than just one college. Some students have already started theirs […]

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Sep
25

National Honors Society: Every Student’s Solution to Complex Problems

With midterm reports having already been sent out, some students may have found their grades to have exceeded expectations, while others may have been disappointed. For those in the latter category, the National Honor Society has a solution for you. “The main goal of this chapter of the National Honor Society is, specifically here, tutoring,” […]

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