Online Managing Editor Sophie Stephens ‘19 addresses the issue of owing people an explanation during the college process. Article originally published on wsspaper.com on February 5, 2019. Read the original article here. Everything you do in high school has the chance of being noticed, questioned and even judged. No, West High isn’t an institution that breeds “mean … Continue reading I owe you nothing
As states across the nation legalize recreational marijuana, the drug has become more socially acceptable. For Iowan students, acceptance of marijuana has grown, but laws haven't changed. However, concerns for increased teen drug usage and safety still prevail. High stakes was originally printed in the print issue of the West Side Story on April 12, … Continue reading High stakes
The smell of chlorine hits him as he walks into the recreation center’s pool area. The lights are dim and the pool deck is empty besides him and his brother. The only sound in the building is the water lapping at the sides of the pool. He jumps in and begins another individual practice. The … Continue reading A second chance
Head coach Garrett Hartwig instilled mandatory quiet time two years ago to provide time for the varsity football team to focus on game day.
The fashion industry is reversing model inclusion by cutting corners and creating “digital models,” models completely computerized, in an attempt to lower the necessity and cost of real women.
Your one-stop shop for the best dressed celebrities from the 2018 Met Gala on Monday, May 7. Featuring extravagant dresses and headpieces from the best “Fashion Patrons,” celebrities went all out with this year’s theme: “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.”
Eating disorders are a newly prevailing form of self-harm that is used by a growing number of teenagers to lose weight or change their body shape, and can be influenced by a number of societal and psychological pressures. Although believed to be harmless, eating disorders can lead to a number of health problems.
Through participating in mission trips, volunteering for WHSDM and expressing herself in art, Catherine Collins ‘18 has found her passions and hobbies.
Faculty makes equity a new tradition with celebratory Martin Luther King Jr. Day classes focused on his legacy.
When out shopping for the holiday seasons, I often hear “Have a Merry Christmas” or other comments regarding Christmas presents and celebrations from retail workers and customers alike. Coming from a family that celebrates Christmas every year, I never really questioned the fact that most people just assumed that I celebrate Christmas. But after meeting … Continue reading “Merry Christmas” vs. “Happy Holidays”