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He’s Doing What He Said He Would

He’s Doing What He Said He Would

Samantha Huber, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017


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  President Trump’s campaign was built on high-reaching slogans, but people question if he really can follow through on the promises he made. Needless to say, his voters will be extremely upset if he does not follow through. Although he has been in office less than 40 days, the public and media...

How Certain Foods Can Help With Your Complexion

How Certain Foods Can Help With Your Complexion

By: Natalie Ford, Staff Writer

February 26, 2017


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Certain foods can help clear your complexion. Such as olive oil, tomatoes, dark chocolate, kale, green tea, and avocados. These foods/drinks help you complexion because they have special nutrients and fats that will help clear, radiant glow, banish wrinkles, and keep skin supple and soft. “There’s a...

The Top Five Healthiest Fast Food Places

The Top Five Healthiest Fast Food Places

Tierra Allen, Staff Writer

February 19, 2017


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Adda Bjarnadottir, MS says on Authority Nutrition that “fast” does not necessarily equal “unhealthy.” Most fast foods are based on cheap, unhealthy ingredients. However, many fast food places have now started offering healthy alternatives. There are even some major chains that focus exclusivel...

Not Just Horsing Around

Not Just Horsing Around

Ashley Peterman, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017


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Dedication and determination are two qualities that have made junior Emma Fiala the talented equestrian she is today. For the last 11 years, Emma has been riding 6 days a week, and she even sacrifices sleeping in on Saturday mornings to wake up at 6:30 to go to the barn. For 2-3 hours every day she rid...

New Students’ Survival Guide to Spirit Week.

New Students’ Survival Guide to Spirit Week.

Savannah Mathews, Social Media Editor

January 23, 2017


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Breaking News? More Like Breaking Down Society’s Mental State

Breaking News? More Like Breaking Down Society’s Mental State

Isabella Francois, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017


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Every time we turn on the TV, check our phones, or go online we are bombarded with breaking news about shootings, plane crashes, terrorist attacks, and crimes. Studies show that this constant feed of violence can lead to this generation becoming numb to brutality and can even lead to larger mental heal...

Trading Teen

Trading Teen

Chase Lottmann, Print Editor

January 17, 2017


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With the recent rise of the stock market, I have become extremely interested in potentially owning a few shares of a company. I have began asking my friends to see how they buy, sell, and exchange stocks. I want to know all the pieces of trading and certain tips teen use to be successful because sometimes...

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Morning Routine

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Morning Routine

Madi Koetting, Opinion Editor

January 11, 2017


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A New Beginning

A New Beginning

Morayo Oginni, Entertainment Editor

September 9, 2016


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This is the start of the 2016/2017 school year, and it can also be the start of an improved lifestyle. School will likely get hectic at some point this year, but you can actually relieve your stress by getting organized, choosing to eat healthier foods, and allowing yourself enough rest.  organizing your ...

Poke Poke Go

Poke Poke Go

Markus Cicka, Online Editor

September 9, 2016


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Driving past Des Peres park, I experienced something I had never seen before. The entire park was full of people. The parking lot was overflowing of cars into the lot across the street. The once deserted park was now full of college students and families, all looking down at their phones. The crazy...

America’s Privacy at Risk

Markus Cicka, News Editor

April 12, 2016


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o intrude on its citizens’ right to privacy. Recently on March 28, the FBI found a way into the terrorist’s phone with the help of a third party hacker organization. Now the latest controversy is whether the FBI reveal its method to Apple or keep it in order to get into more phones without anyone...

Intentional Electives

Sarah Ragsdale, Features Editor

April 12, 2016


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Classes Students Wish WCA Had

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