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The story behind the stickers

During second lunch, junior Angie Jia works on homework. As the daughter of immigrants, Jia cares for issues surrounding civil liberties and social causes and chose laptop stickers that would represent her passions. “My ‘Immigrants Make America Great’ represents my parents, who I am and who I feel should be empowered in America: immigrants. I value protecting and preserving our environment over industry so I have an environmental awareness sticker too,” Jia said. “My ‘Believe Women' sticker I got around the time of the Brett Kavanaugh hearings because I strongly agreed with what Dr. Christine Blasely Ford was doing by empowering women and believing their stories.”

Kathryn McAuliffe, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

Discover the story behind students' stickers!  

Your ultimate alternative spring break calendar

Students look for fun plans to take advantage of  in St. Louis for the rapidly approaching spring break.

Emily Wind, Staff Writer

March 16, 2016

Instead of bingeing on Netflix in bed or trying to break your record for the most days you can go without showering, try these activities to make the most out of your staycation.

Most eligible Longhorns for Valentine’s Day: juniors

Meet the most eligible junior Longhorns, Kjell Hagen and Drew Seers.

Emily Wind, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

Read up on the most eligible Longhorn Bachelors: the junior edition.

Quiz: Which English teacher are you?

English teacher Dan Barnes reads English teacher Casey Holland's mind. Disclaimer: Barnes cannot actually read minds.

Kathryn Harter, Managing EIC Intern / Multimedia Editor

September 9, 2015

Can you spot the symbolism?


Freshman Ethan Golde went artificial skydiving in Chesterfield Valley.

Kathryn Harter, Multimedia Editor

August 19, 2015

Do you want to know what West students did this summer?

Senior Josh Davis completes Eagle Scout Project

The artwork in the center of the trellis was designed by sophomore Sierra Garner. 
“The whole project was really fun to work on. I always like putting my art up for other people,  and designing it was probably my favorite part of the whole project. It did take a lot of time and a lot of layers of paint, but overall I really enjoyed making it,” Garner said.

Lily Briscoe, Staff Writer

May 18, 2015

About two months ago, senior Josh Davis came to Activities Director Brian Kessler with a request for his Eagle Scout badge. After brainstorming different ideas for Davis, Kessler decided that something between both bathrooms in the stadium would look good.

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