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The Wildcat Roar

The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

Spiritual Reconnection

Jacob Hanson, Will Dana, Luke Ryan, and Anna Fregene September 16, 2021

Don’t let opportunities like Chapel and FCA go to waste this year and spend some time going beyond the surface! Special thanks to reporters Jacob Hanson, William Dana, Luke Ryan, and Anna Fregene.

Even when Vincent Van Goghs inner world was dark or colorless, he was able to create and find vibrancy and passion.

Painting Stars In The Night: Vincent Van Gogh

Emma Harris, Content Editor May 17, 2021

Beloved and world renowned artist Vincent Van Gogh is known for many things, but perhaps most famously for his short brushstrokes, vibrant colors, Starry Night, and cutting off his own ear. Anyone who...

sugar is an addiction every american seems to have.

The Stealthy Ingredient

Anagi Pieris, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

What do cereals, ketchup, and fruit juice all have in common? The hidden additive to each of these foods is...sugar. Daily, 152 pounds of sugar are consumed per person in America. Not surprisingly,...

cartoons? yeah, there still her and they have adapted interestingly.

How Cartoons Are Changed In Today’s World.

Lauren Borchelt, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Classic cartoons are filled with characters dropping grand pianos on each other, whapping each other on the heads with frying pans, exploding trains, and cars with TN. Yet, somehow, the ills of society...

Light pollution is no longer an isolated incident.

When the Sky Blinks Out

Anagi Pieris, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Based on an average cycle of dusk to dawn in urban America, school-age children will live out their education, careers, and old age oblivious to the barrier between themselves and the horizon, none the...

The Creation Debate: Bias and Presupposition

The Creation Debate: Bias and Presupposition

Kaitlyn Butler, Staff Writer April 16, 2021

How old is the earth? Did we evolve from monkeys? How did everything start?  Human beings have wrestled with such questions from the beginning. Throughout history, the church has clashed with the scientists...

What is the body positive movement?is it really positive or is it harming in some way?

“Love your body because you only have one.”

Ellie Johnson, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

These phrases can be found all over social media, vocalizing the body positivity movement. At first glance, this movement is empowering and full of love and acceptance. It combats the hatred of certain...

Why are rare shoes rare?

The Art of Buying and Reselling Rare Shoes

CJ Francois, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

Shoes: to many, just two things on your feet but, to some people, they are a whole business. The shoe industry is always booming because of a high demand for rare shoes. Many musical artists want to buy...

The heart icon could come from early incorrect drawings of the anatomical heart or the silphium plant.

Why Is The Heart Icon Shaped Like That?

Emma Harris, Content Editor February 13, 2021

We all know the heart symbol. We also know that said heart icon ironically doesn’t exactly resemble an actual, anatomical heart in appearance. So why is it shaped like that? While historians aren’t...

showing that college are looking for the odd ones out not the overachieving person.

Authenticity is Essential

Ellie Jones, Features Editor January 25, 2021

Everyone is familiar with the anxiety that comes along with finding the right college for them. Unfortunately, most high school students have a warped sense of what they “need” on their resume to get...

a test to take to make sure you dont break anyof the rules of plagiarism

Everything You Need to Know About Plagiarism

Anagi Pieris, Staff Writer January 21, 2021

There have been sanctions against further enrollment in higher education institutions, revoking of a degree, suspensions issued, books burnt, artwork destroyed, and twenty-five thousand dollar lawsuits...

COVID vaccine trials are spending up, is the vaccine close?

COVID Vaccine Trials

Emma Smith, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

COVID vaccines are officially out.  But what was the process behind making them? How do we know they are safe? Thousands of Americans have volunteered to be test subjects for the covid vaccines. They...

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