The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

The Student Newspaper of Westminster Christian Academy

The Wildcat Roar

Todays youth may not be  able to vote, but they can change the system in other ways.

Changing Perception, One Social Media Post at a Time

Raquel Herrera, First Year Newspaper Staffer September 15, 2022

The lack of youth involvement in current conflicts, debates, and government issues could cause the corruption of government decisions in the future years to come. Although youth under the federal age of...

Harry Styles has made his movie debut, but is it all that?

Don’t Worry Darling, Or Do

Alyssa Greco, First Year Newspaper Staffer September 15, 2022

Beloved American popstar Harry Styles branched out of his regular music work and entered the acting world to star in Olivia Wilde's new movie: Don't Worry Darling. This physiological thriller covers the...

Why St. Louis should use reusable bags over single-use plastic bags.

Reusable vs. Plastic Bags

Christina English, Second Year Newspaper Staffer September 15, 2022

Single-use plastic bags. They are used in grocery stores, in some takeout restaurants, and many other places. After people take their groceries or takeout food home, they tend to get rid of the plastic...

Are phones a good thing? Or are they a hinderance?

Is No Phone a Good Thing?

Alyssa Greco, First Year Newspaper Staffer August 31, 2022

The use of technology for non-educational purposes, mainly cell phones, has always been frowned upon at Westminster. With the start of the 2022-2023 school year, scholars have been presented with a new...

Fit vs Fraud

Fit vs Fraud

Maddox Rosenberg and Ahren Muehleisen August 31, 2022

The fitness industry is causing mental issues, profiting off of lies, and misleading an upcoming generation. Teenagers’ body image issues and physique obsessions have skyrocketed in the last few years,...

It’s time

It’s time

Maggie Lindstrom, Managing Editor In Chief May 16, 2022

With that, my 17 years of being directly a part of the Westminster community, it is time to say goodbye and move on. So with that here is my review of my time here as a WCA Wildcat.  Westminster has...

With an immense amount of debt, you might as well burn your money.

Is College Worth It?

Maddox Rosenberg, Image Editor May 10, 2022

Millennials, and generations that followed, have heard most of the life to graduate high school and go to college. “If you want a good job, you have to go to college.” If you get into a good college,...

taking the pressure off this summer season, dont worry it does not need to perfect by any means.

Quality over Quantity

Lucy Knerr, First Year Newspaper Staffer May 10, 2022

From TikTok to Instagram, everywhere you look students are gearing up for the “greatest summer ever” … yet again. Unfortunately, along with the anticipation, there is also a rising pressure amidst...

Class divide in schools affects success throughout life

Can bills make a boundary?

Lucy Knerr, First Year Newspaper Staffer April 29, 2022

Those enrolled in private schools such as Westminster may not fully experience the effects of socioeconomic class divide outside of spring break location or perhaps a difference in car brand. However,...

Tiktok stars can now rise to fame more quickly than any social media star in the past.

A New Age of Fame

Anna Grace Likes, Editor-In-Chief April 26, 2022

Since the early 2000s, social media continues to rise as the world’s most powerful and influential form of persuasive media. This has led to the rise of the “influencer,” defined as “a person who...

Small motivators get students through their days during the final stretch of the school year

It’s The Little Things

Lucy Knerr, First Year Newspaper Staffer March 28, 2022

As the end of the school year closes in, many students within the Westminster community are now just trying to stay ahead of the monotony of each school day. For a majority, this means finding small serotonin...

People not saying what they are thinking can make them tolerate to poor behavior and make relationships more shallow than deep.

Stop Tolerating Everything

Maddox Rosenberg, Image Editor March 1, 2022

Tolerance has been a very apparent concept ever since 1992, when it started being taught in schools. Yourdictionary.com defines tolerance as being patient, understanding and accepting of anything different,...

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