• One Donation can Save Three Lives

    Thursday, February 15, 2018

    The blood drive that took place on January 17th in the WLHS cafeteria was a success.  Many high school students showed up and even the community outside of school played an impact towards the importance of donating blood. The process of donating is worth the time and effort it requires as just one pint of donated […]

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  • WRESTLING SEASON BEGINS BY BREAKING UP THE GRIND

    Monday, December 18, 2017

    It’s no secret that in order to be an elite level wrestler, an arduous amount of dedication and diligence is required. Success does not come easily or quickly.  Even if a competitor considers “winning” as the most fun part of the sport, many are driven more by a hatred of losing than a love of […]

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  • Basketball Team Prepares for Victory

    Friday, December 15, 2017

    The members of the West Lafayette boys basketball team use more than just their skills to win a game. Behind every victory, there are traditions done to bring good luck and a mindset that each member must put themself in in order to have a good game. After the Devil’s victory against Crawfordsville, Juniors Nelson […]

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  • Pass ’em Right

    Friday, December 15, 2017

    Friday, December 8th 2017 after school at 4:00 p.m. in Mr. Leffert’s room, Game Club assembled for their weekly meeting. This time, they decided to play “Magic: The Gathering,” a  trading card game that is played with big decks of cards that are passed around from player to player. The cards are passed to the […]

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Oct
13

Fish Out of water

After school on October 12th, the West Lafayette High School swim and dive teams met with the FISH Aquatics team on the field behind Happy Hollow Elementary School. Every two weeks the two groups take a break from their normal conditioning routine to engage in a game of ultimate frisbee. This tradition has been going […]

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Oct
13

Theater Club Practices for Perfection

Theater Club is already busy working on their upcoming presentation. They will be performing a play that is deep and moving, but still lighthearted enough to keep an upbeat atmosphere. “This play is a really exaggerated representation of middle school,” said Izzy Jones. “Tammy’s feeling of being a dinosaur is an allegory for feeling out […]

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Oct
12

How to not sink this Inktober

Inktober is a challenge where you make an ink drawing everyday in the month of October based on a prompt.  It’s perfect for anyone who wants to exercise their creativity.  Click on the image below to access the list of prompts.

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Oct
12

Don’t Rain on My Parade

No wind, rain, or other miserable weather could stop the homecoming parade from taking place on Friday, October 6th. However, some homecoming representatives were displaced from their traditional convertible ride and forced to walk, rather than ride, along. No one seemed to mind, and court members– seniors Madeline Lynam, Abby Hummels, Abby Rhodes, Katie Crawford, […]

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Oct
12

Red Devil Cheerleaders bring Pep

As students settled down in the stands, the West Lafayette cheerleaders smiled on the side of the basketball court. On Friday October 6, the Red Devil cheerleaders brought pep to the students and faculty of West Side in the Berberian Gym during the homecoming pep rally. Back and stronger than ever, the squad has six […]

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Oct
11

Groovy Girls Score Goals

This year, the girls soccer team has a mere 4 seniors, Aleah Whaley,  Gabbi Espinoza, Tori Parker, and Madeline Lynam. Though there is only a few of them, their leadership on the team speaks volumes. The girls recently just  became sectionals champions, so I thought it would be fun to ask the girls for their […]

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Oct
10

School Daze

In a survey conducted on Twitter, students shared details about their morning routine.

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Oct
9

Volleyball Seniors Crush Senior Night

Volleyball senior night was on the last home game of the season this Tuesday, October 4th. The six radiant seniors, Claire Downey, Sierra Vanhorenbeck, Emily Brose, Teagan Parker, Alyssa Yeoman, and Riley Holloway walked out to the front with their families, as their names were called, where they were celebrated for their four years in […]

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Oct
5

Students Cheer on Devils for Victory

Student Section Motivates Football Team in Win Against Central Catholic        

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