The Pieces of An Unseen Truth

Xavier Robinson, Reporter

May 3, 2019

Filed under Listen Up, Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real

So lately I have been studying and digging deep into my research on the human mind, other worlds, and some of the darkest, most poetic minds in history. What I found exactly (Which will not be shared in this story, but what the...

The Dark Author

Xavier Robinson, Reporter

April 25, 2019

Filed under Inside Look, Listen Up, Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues

Over the very few stories I have written over the past 4 months, NEVER have I written about the strange and macabre author behind the stories. You can ask many people at this school about me. They can tell you what I'm like, where...

Toxic Relationships

Chyna Anderson, Lead Reporter

April 16, 2019

Filed under Listen Up, Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, Wolverine Woes

If you or someone you know has been subjected to a toxic relationship, whether it's a parent or significant other, there are a few things you should know. Several people care deeply about you and wish to help in any way possible. A...

Mental Fitness Event

Chyna Anderson, Writer

April 5, 2019

Filed under Listen Up, NEWS, Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues

Highschool students are invited to join us for a day of guest speakers and content focused on mental health and well-being. Where: The Schultz Center 4019 Boulevard Center Dr. When: Wednesday April, 17 2019 What: Workshops,...

Music

Noemi Camunas and Mia McKeever

March 29, 2019

Filed under Academics, Clubs & Activities, Music, Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues, Uncategorized

Yazier Serrano is a 17-year-old boy from Westside High School. He plays the sax in our school band, and in this interview he shares his point of view about music. Everybody likes music, but sometimes music has a different impact on ...

Student Problems

Caleb Thomasson

March 25, 2019

Filed under Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues

Anonymous 1 Anonymous 2 Q: Do you feel the schools staff cares about you? A1: No, some do [but] majority [don't]. A2: Not completely, but yes. Q: Does this school make you feel like you matter or have a purpose? A1:...

The Effect Lack of Sleep Has on Your Body

Chyna Anderson and Mia McKeever

March 20, 2019

Filed under Listen Up, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, Wolverine Woes

It's common knowledge that everyone should get at least eight hours of sleep. It can be most difficult on school nights when a student or teacher must stay up late working on assignments and wake up before dawn. Some effects of...

Black Culture/Rap Culture in America

March 8, 2019

Filed under Give me a beat, Listen Up, Music, Poetry, Student Life/Teen Issues

Black Culture is apart of mainstream America with a deep rooted historical background. Black culture oftentimes employs, but is not always defined by black people because it is often multicultural. Being black in America involv...

Relationships Q&A 🌺

Kayla Person and Jorden Williams

March 7, 2019

Filed under Student Life/Teen Issues

Q1~ Why do people cheat? Yessen Cruz A~ They got nothing better to do. Devvonna Morris A~ They feel like something missing or are tempted. Phylician Suggs A~ Boys ain’t nothing Q2~ What do you find attractive...

What do you like least about Westside?

Da'Nicia Duck, Kaliya Frederick, and Taylor Griffin

March 7, 2019

Filed under Listen Up, Student Life/Teen Issues, Uncategorized

There are many pros and cons of going to Westside High School. The hallways are thin, there is a lot of people, A LOT of fights, there is just no determination to go to school anymore. Nobody is excited to go to school anymore...

Q&A With Zoriah Morris on School Lunch

Reynaldo Hernandez, Reporter

March 6, 2019

Filed under Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues

Q: Do you like the school lunch? A: No, because it’s nasty. Q: What is your favorite food to eat at lunch? A: The chicken tenders are good. Q:What foods would you like to be added to the menu? A: Food thats real...

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