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Freshman Brinda Ambal models her religion with integrity

Freshman Brinda Ambal models her religion with integrity

Bella Hatzigeorgiou, Convergent Media Writer

January 23, 2019


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Walking through the Hindu Temple of St. Louis, freshman Brinda Ambal leads a group of tourists through the maze of deities, showcasing the religion she follows: Hinduism. “The values of Hinduism are a big part of Indian culture. Integrity, in the sense of upholding one's word. In many instances,...

Freshman Zoe Deyoung spreads joy through her New Year’s Resolution

Freshman Zoe Deyoung spreads joy through her New Year’s Resolution

Kelsey Long, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018


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In a season of resolutions, freshman Zoe Deyoung decided her New Year’s resolution would be to send an uplifting text or note to someone every single day. “We have this opportunity to talk [to people] so quickly, and I think that it’s a really good way to encourage someone,” Deyoung said. ...

Freshman Max Werner’s love for succulents blossoms

Freshman Max Werner’s love for succulents blossoms

Sydney Kinzy, Photo Editor

September 22, 2017


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Over the last year, Tumblr has become obsessed with the tiny, delicate plants called succulents, which are now peaking the interest of young gardeners. Freshman Max Werner is one of these succulent lovers. “They are the hipster plant,” Werner said. “One thing for sure, if you look them up, is ...

Freshman Reema Alhachami faces repercussions of Muslim Ban

Freshman Reema Alhachami faces repercussions of Muslim Ban

Carly Anderson, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017


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What was supposed to be the trip of a lifetime is now quickly becoming an issue as freshman Reema Alhachami struggles with her international spring break plans. Alhachami was going to visit both Dubai and Iraq this March to sightsee and visit family, but due to political differences between the U.S. an...

Students spend spring break on mission trips

Students spend spring break on mission trips

Emily Wind

April 21, 2016


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While some West students spent their spring break catching rays on the beach and relaxing, seniors Abby Allgeyer, Jacob Cupps, Rachel Osborne and freshman Natalie Butler spent their time off sharing their Christian faiths on mission trips, both abroad and locally.

Flip kicking on a homegrown board

Flip kicking on a homegrown board

Bridget Noonan, Staff Writer

April 3, 2016


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Refine Skateboard Co. began three years ago when freshman Cody Corbin and his dad, Mike, decided that they would rather skate on boards that they made than the boards you could buy in the store.

Freshman Tess Allgeyer scores a place on the varsity team

Freshman Tess Allgeyer scores a place on the varsity team

Bridget Noonan, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016


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After two years of not having a freshman make the girls varsity basketball team, the pattern was broken.

Sink or swim: challenges of being a little fish in a big pond

Sink or swim: challenges of being a little fish in a big pond

Bridget Noonan, Staff Writer

February 4, 2016


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As students walk past the cork board hanging outside the swimming pool, one name sticks out in particular: freshman Maria Newton.

POW: Mary Yannakakis, 9

POW: Mary Yannakakis, 9

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015


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I do not eat any of the cafeteria food.

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