Charles Hansen keeps it interesting

Charles practices the oboe in seventh hour band. Sophmore year, he was even involved in the Wabash Valley Youth Symphony. When asked to describe Charles Hansen ‘13, Brian Choi ‘13 could only think of one word, indefinable. “He’s hilarious,” says Michael Crabill ‘13. Throughout the interview, Hansen was cracking jokes, making all that heard him […]

Angely Philip

Running is truly a joy for junior Angely Philip. When the shot rings out and the race starts, “I feel an adrenaline rush; I feel like I’m running for my team,” she said. Angely, who started running track at West Side last year, initially joined to stay in shape for soccer season. “Soccer started out […]

Jessica Talbert shines bright like her smile

                  They say a smile is contagious–if there’s anyone that proves that statement, it’s senior Jessica Talbert.  “She is always cheerful,” marveled friend and senior Beau Westbrook. “It makes her just a really fun person to be around.”  Jessica is an involved member of West Side, but […]

Featured Senior Carissa Pekny

 By Alyse Allred In every class, you get those kids who know everybody. And then, of course, there are always those people who everybody knows. Among those is one of our seniors, Carissa Pekny. She is a jack of all trades, one of those people who manage to balance athletic and academic life, as is […]

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