• Come to Clay Club every Thursday in Ceramics teacher Ashley Drissel's classroom!
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Faculty Spotlight: Cathy Whitaker

Faculty Spotlight: Cathy Whitaker

Mary Moriarity, Staff Writer

March 8, 2015

Science teacher Cathy Whitaker reflects on her past and plans her future after retirement.

A Scientific Mistake

A Scientific Mistake

Vaishal Shah, Staff Writer

March 7, 2015

Freshman Anna Chen points out a mistake in the science hallway. “The mistake is that the 4d10 tile should be switched with the 5s2 tile. We learned about it in first semester freshmen science with Ms. Van Matre-Woodward, and actually came out as a class to look for it. Not many people know about it,...

Cloudy with a chance of Undulatus asperatus

Cloudy with a chance of Undulatus asperatus

Vaishal Shah, Staff Writer

March 5, 2015

Is it possible to find beauty in such mundane things as clouds?

New outbreak of an old disease

New outbreak of an old disease

Vaishal Shah, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

Measles. For some it invokes the image of their childhood; for others it is merely a dead disease. But with the recent outbreak of measles in California, is measles back and on the rise? Measles was prominent in America up to 1963. According to the Washington Post writer and pediatrician Howard J....

Global warming warrants change

Global warming warrants change

Emily Dickson, Staff Writer

February 4, 2015

With extreme winter weather constantly hitting locations around the world, it is difficult to believe that global warming is a real problem.

Losing your marbles

Losing your marbles

Sarah Burnham, Staff Writer

January 30, 2015

Freshmen Keriann Kixmiller, Vicky Marshall and Casey Glasby conduct their experiment on projectile velocity in Physics. Students allowed marbles to roll down the different, sloped ramps to determine how the angle of the ramps affect the marbles’ velocities. “This lab was one of my favorite labs because...

POW Amy Cohen, Science teacher

POW Amy Cohen, Science teacher

Allie Collins, Convergent Media Writer

November 3, 2014

“What college did you go to and what did you major in?”

Student Spotlight: Clara Sun

Student Spotlight: Clara Sun

Claire Martin, Staff Writer

September 28, 2014

Participating in the STARS summer program, junior Clara Sun received the science research award.

Editorial: Should West High and other Parkway schools start later?

Editorial: Should West High and other Parkway schools start later?

Vaishal Shah, Staff Writers

September 22, 2014

Sleep. For some people it’s a time of restful comfort, but for high school students it’s practically non-existent in their busy lifestyles.

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