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Cyborg Cats Enter into Competition Season

Cyborg Cats Enter into Competition Season

Lauren Bell, Staff Writer

The sound of motors running and balls droppings surround the Westminster robotics team as they enter into competition season. The season has recently begun and the team is r...  Read More »

April 12, 2016

New Principals Announced for 2016/2017 School Year

New Principals Announced for 2016/2017 School Year

Audrey O’Neill, Editor-in-Chief

     On March 8 at Westminster’s Association Meeting in the Theater, three grade level principals were announced for the upcoming school year: Heather Marsee, English de...  Read More »

April 12, 2016

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The Story That Will Steal Your Heart

Alyssa Shikles, Staff Writer

I do not know if I have ever enjoyed a book as much as I enjoyed Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo. And I read a lot. Six of Crows is not like other stories in its genre. Typ...  Read More »

April 11, 2016

April 11, 2016

Seeing Art

April 11, 2016

The Best Beatdown Ever Put to Film

April 11, 2016

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Calling All Overachievers

  We were all created with unique passions, and our individual interests are part of what make us different from each other. As Dan Parris from Speak Up Productions said...  Read More »

April 5, 2016

#RememberJD

March 21, 2016

It’s Time to Start Again

January 25, 2016

Holiday Stress Relief

December 14, 2015

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The Numbers Don’t Lie: A Letter to the Editor

My name is Holly Cunningham, owner of Campus Cuisine by Hollyberry, and I am addressing a letter written by a Miss Elisabeth Harding, staff writer for the Roar, entitled:  ...  Read More »

January 9, 2014

The Arts Have a Place at WCA and it is a Vital One

November 16, 2012

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Expiration Date – Chapter 6

Mary Grace Barber, Opinions Editor

Leave     I knew I couldn't trust him. Why on earth should he help a girl he doesn't even know?     Without Jackson to pester me, I spend my mornings watc...  Read More »

February 16, 2016

Expiration Date – Chapter Five

January 29, 2016

Expiration Date – Chapter Four

January 5, 2016

Expiration Date – Chapter Three

December 1, 2015

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  • All Good Things Must Come to an End

    Much to my regret (and perhaps to your joy), this is the last installment of Jake’s Take. Two years ago, I had no idea what this small, recurring co...

  • Blue Crew Sign-Off

    Two years ago the tremendous honor of leading the Blue Crew was bestowed upon: a lanky redhead, a homeless moses, a voice-crackin’ blondie, an overg...

  • Girls Soccer Announces Interim Coach

    A new face has emerged on the sidelines of the soccer field this season. Kerri Dryden is the new girls Interim Varsity Head Coach. Although “Coach K...

  • In the Zone

    At the Wrestling State tournament, senior Alex Hopkins finished off an undefeated, 35-0 season with a State Championship win. While you may know how h...

  • Spring Sports Preview

    The 2016 baseball Wildcats seek to reach their fifth state championship in six years. The Cats look to avenge an early exit from last season’s playo...

  • Leave a Legacy

    I’ve got a question. Feel free to answer it if you know. Who was the leading scorer on Westminster Christian Academy’s varsity basketball team.......

  • There’s an “I” in Team

    Hall of fame basketball player and footwear icon  Michael Jordan once said “There’s no “I” in team, but there’s an ‘I’ in win!”.  Wo...

  • The Network

    This past Thanksgiving I got the chance to take a trip to Los Angeles, California for a behind the scenes tour of ESPN.  I must admit that at first I...

  • Unsung Heroes: The Chain Gang

    10 yards, 30 feet, 360 inches,  9,144 millimeters. It may be a short distance, but in football it is all that’s important. Short as it may be, some...

  • Middle School Soccer

    Interview with Brock Daniels MIKE ALLDREDGE: What inspired you to play soccer? BROCK DANIELS: My dad used to play for his highschool and all through...

  • Ancient Sport. Scholarship Option.

    Ancient Sport. Scholarship Option.

  • Christian Athletes

    So here is a question. In sports, what does it mean to be a “Christian Athlete”? At Westminster, it’s obvious that we would consider ourselves a...

  • Westminster Varsity Soccer vs. Priory – Game Highlights

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  • Westminster Varsity Football vs. Priory – Game Highlights

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  • Time to Listen Up

    Listening is hard-really hard. As a guy notorious for having the attention span of a chipmunk with ADD, this statement is more true that I would like ...

  • Unsung Heroes

    Sweat, blood, and lots of food. This is what five of Westminster’s best endure on a daily basis. The football team has one of the biggest offensive ...

  • Field Hockey Secures First Win

    Field Hockey Secures First Win

  • Wildcats Fall to Rockwood Summit

    Playing under hazy, overcast skies the two teams took the field to begin the match. Play was even in the early minutes of the game, but the Falcons o...

  • Varsity Soccer Loses Hard Fought Battle to Parkway West

    The Longhorns opened the scoring only eight minutes into the game, giving them a 1-0 lead early. After the early goal, the Wildcats settled in and beg...

  • Varsity Soccer Rolls Over Lutheran North

    The Futbol Cats evened their season record to go 2-2 on the year after dominating Lutheran North 8-1. The scoring opened in the tenth minute after ...