We the People Team Prepares for National Competition

We the People Team Prepares for National Competition

Morgan Koetting, Editor-in-Chief

March 27, 2014

"Though it had only been a week since the State Championship, WCA’s We the People team could be found hard at work in the hub. Known as one of the most challenging classes at the Academy, students are often discouraged from their fellow classmates from taking the class. “It’s ironic... READ MORE

Recent Sports Scores

  • Monday, November 11


    My School 28 - Ladue 20

  • Wednesday, November 6


    My School 30 - Sullivan 14

  • Tuesday, October 8


    My School 2 - Parkway 3

  • Saturday, October 5


    My School 7 - John Burroughs 30

  • Saturday, September 28


    My School 20 - Priory 18

  • Saturday, September 21


    My School 56 - Lutheran South 14

  • Saturday, September 14


    My School 31 - Lutheran North 14

  • Monday, September 9


    My School 6 - Kennedy 1

  • Saturday, September 7


    My School 34 - MICDS 14

  • Friday, August 30


    My School 44 - Wheaton 0

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Do you like HollyBerry? Is it because of the portion sizes?

  • No I do not, but the portions have nothing to do with it. (39%, 7 Votes)
  • No I do not, becuase of the small portions. (33%, 6 Votes)
  • Yes I do, but the portions are too small. (17%, 3 Votes)
  • Yes I do, and the portions are fine. (6%, 1 Votes)
  • I do not have an opinion. (5%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 18

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WCA wows with Robotics

April 4, 2014

The Gluten Free Trend

Jill Coyne, Editor-in-Chief

Gluten is “good” by the general standard that bread, pizza and cupcakes are delicious (to the average teenager, at least). However, feeling more energized, less fatigued,...  Read More »

March 25, 2014

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The Blue’s New Goalie Continues Strong Play in a New Town

Jake Schroeder, Staff Writer

With the trade deadline looming, the art of predicting “Who’s going where?” takes knowledge of the game and of it’s players. In the case of the blockbuster...  Read More »

April 14, 2014

“Frozen” Replaces the Spring Hoedown

Catherine Bakewell, Entertainment Editor

On Friday, April 4, students gathered in the WCA Theatre to watch Disney’s Frozen. Kids of all ages, both Westminster students and children...  Read More »

April 8, 2014

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When the Graders Become the Gradees

Elisabeth Harding, Staff Writer

Recently in Chicago, an uproar has been made about the establishment of a new teacher evaluation system that focuses heavily on students’ standardized tests...  Read More »

March 24, 2014

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  • Girls Soccer vs. Lutheran North

    The varsity girls soccer team continued their dominant start to the season with an 8-0 trouncing of Lutheran North on Friday. The girls wasted no ...

  • Role Models At Westminster

    It’s a common discussion, and a fairly controversial topic among sport’s circles.  Should athletes be role models?  To put it simply, yes.  Ath...

  • Broken Bats

    ight consecutive District titles, eight collegiate-signed seniors, and three consecutive State Championships.  The Westminster baseball team has emer...

  • Tennis is Ready for the Match

    Tennis is Ready for the Match

  • Girls Swim Team Takes Nine Swimmers to State

    The girls swim team finished their season strong, taking nine of their top swimmers to state. Mackenzie Wieberg and Carmen Verbeke, Freshmen, Lauren M...

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Movie Review: The Wind Rises

Movie Review: The Wind Rises

Juhyae Kim, Staff Writer

The outstanding Japanese filmmaker, Hayao Miyazaki, has concluded his 51-year-long career with his Oscar-nominated motion picture, The Wind Rises. His dedicated...  Read More »

March 28, 2014

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