Seniors move forward

Sara Abdelsalam Ivy Tech International Relations Amanda Abdo Gap Year Summer Adams Purdue University Nursing Maya Alexander Miami University Undecided Maha Ali Purdue University Biology Aubrey Allred Purdue University Elementary Education Adam Anderson University of Washington- Seattle Biomedical Emily Anzaldua Christina & Company Cosmetology + Aesthetics Connor Beaver Ball State University Architecture Julia Bell Indiana […]

Seniors enjoy their last season

When your senior year rolls around and you’re in sports, it’s your time to shine.  As a senior, there’s more pressure to do well and prove that you deserve to be a team leader.  Ultimately, when the season is over, your high school sports career is over and what you look back on is your […]

Seniors declare future plans

See what the Class of 2013 will be doing next year! Ashiye Aator Manchester College Athletic Training Polina Alekseenko University of California, Berkeley Economics Farhat Alucozai Purdue University Cancer Biology Sruthi Anand Purdue University Undecided Haley Arndt Purdue University Business Malachi Baker Purdue University Geology & Geophysics Tasha Baker Indiana University Undecided Brian Bangs Purdue […]

Seniors say farewell

As much as we claim to be thrilled by leaving this school behind, there will be people and experiences we will miss. When we first sat in the auditorium for our freshman orientation, our guidance counselors told us to make good decisions, take hard classes and be focused on academics.  What they didn’t tell us […]

The Grad Party Guide

The weekend before finals annually marks the start of several days of graduation celebrations. Students pile into cars starting as early as ten in the morning and party-hop well into the night. As with most traditions, graduation parties in West Lafayette have some de facto rules and quirks. The Scarlette spoke with graduating seniors and […]

Non-seniors catch senioritis

Spring spreads senioritis to non-seniors. Spring is finally here, and everyone seems to have a little more spring in their step. (Pun intended.) The end of the school year brings with it a stream of  parties, Prom, the senior prank, graduation and warm weather fun. Although most of the aforementioned activities are intended for the […]

Senioritis strikes students

Senioritis. It’s a term that many lower-classmen dread, and that seniors use as a favorite excuse for being unmotivated. But is it really a “disease” that 12th graders suffer, or is it the title we give to all second semester seniors? “It definitely affects seniors at West Side,” said Christopher Park ’13. “In fact, most […]

West Siders Share Their Wisdom

Going into anything new is different for everyone, but is universally an exciting experience. The same can be said for high school. However, we all have our embarrassing moments and mistakes over the years. Our own seniors offered their own input as to surviving high school. Don’t be afraid to dream big, even if it […]

Yearbook turns 100

Yearbooks are for memories, but this year not only will the yearbook cover the 2012 to 2013 school year, but it will give a look at the past 100 years of  the school for the yearbook’s centennial anniversary. “We’re doing a lot of timelines and looking back,” said Rachel Berry ’13, editor-in- chief of this year’s yearbook. “But […]

Class of 2012

  Manahil Abdelsalam Purdue University Engineering Jasmine Abu-Omar Purdue University Wildlife Science Gabriel Acosta Ivy Tech (Indianapolis) Culinary Arts    Claire Adams Purdue University Animal Science David Afolabi Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mechanical Engineering Alyse Allred Purdue University Engineering Brian Anderson Indiana University Business/Finance Catherine Anderson Purdue University Undergraduate Studies    John Applegate Indiana State […]

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