• A Stellar Read

    A Stellar Read

    Clara Chin, Staff Writer

    Whether you prefer romance, science fiction, political commentary, or humor, The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers covers it all. The Long Way is a novel about a human’s adventure through space. Rosemary’s story begins when she secures a job as a clerk... READ MORE »»

  • Incomplete Elements Rocks the Battle of the Bands

    Incomplete Elements Rocks the Battle of the Bands

    Alyna Kim, Staff Writer

    The Five-man band, Incomplete Elements, won Battle of the Bands last Friday night.  The performance was hosted at the gym, and was sponsored by The Choir Club. Numerous bands auditioned to perform on Friday.  Three bands earned their spots in West High's Battle of the Bands.  “There’s... READ MORE »»

    Photo Creds: ASB

  • Perfect Ten

    Perfect Ten

    Michael Nishida, Staff Writer

    The West High Warriors football team took its tenth win of the regular season on November 7th, 2014 against Torrance. The Warriors vied for their flawless record and held on to beat Torrance with a final score of 31-29. The win qualified the team for CIF playoffs and sealed its flawless record... READ MORE »»

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  • Baby Don’t Lie to Gwen

    Baby Don’t Lie to Gwen

    Elise Ornelos, Staff Writer

    After a short hiatus, Gwen Stefani has come back as a judge on The Voice, and has hit the studio once again for her next album, which is currently Untitled. On October 20, 2014, Stefani released her new single “Baby Don’t Lie” and has received mixed reviews since then. With catchy beats... READ MORE »»

  • Sweater Weather

    Sweater Weather

    Nicole Rivera, Staff Writer

    Although it’s sad to see summer go, autumn is given a warm welcome after several weeks of intense heat in Southern California. There’s just something about fall that makes everyone feel at home. It’s the season where trees change color, when we get to wear silly costumes to trick or treat with... READ MORE »»

    From left to right: Rebecca Nuñez (11), Leia Higashe (12), Ayman Khattak (12)

  • Four Students Die in Washington School Shooting

    Four Students Die in Washington School Shooting

    Alyna Kim, Staff Writer

    Jaylen Ray Fryberg attacked a table full of students and close friends at Marysville Pilchuck High School last Friday. Fryberg texted his friends to sit with him during lunch, and after a brief argument, he turned a gun on them. Five students were injured before a teacher intervened and Fryberg... READ MORE »»

    Photo Credits: Dallas News

Luminosity: A Bright Night

Luminosity: A Bright Night

Clara Chin, Staff Writer

With watercolor lights, lustrous dresses, and bright smiles, the homecoming dance certainly fit its theme, Luminosity. On October 25, West High students gathered in the...  Read More »

October 30, 2014

Photo Credits: Google Images

Math Success: A Good Sine

October 29, 2014

Photo Credits: Gillian Navarro

First Rally: Introducing the Top 15

October 17, 2014

Photo Creds: Nicole Rivera

ASB: Room For Improvement

October 15, 2014

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2014 Football CIF Playoffs: Game One

Elise Ornelos, Staff Writer

The West High Warriors finished game one of the 2014 CIF Playoffs with a solid victory. On Friday November 14, 2014 West defeated the Santa Monica Vikings with a final score...  Read More »

November 19, 2014

Warriors Serve a Defeat to the Huskies

October 30, 2014

Defeated but Never Weakened

October 27, 2014

The Cross Country Team Shoots Through Monterey Meet

October 21, 2014

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One Too Many

Alyna Kim, Staff Writer

On September 10. 2014, a meeting was held in West High School's ASB chambers to discuss creating new clubs this year. The amount of clubs West has to offer provides students...  Read More »

September 12, 2014

Photo Credits: Google Images

Beacon of Freedom

July 16, 2014

Scandalous Fashion Pushes Canadian School Board

June 10, 2014

Photo Creidt: dotheknowledge.com

Are TUSD students given less time to prepare for AP’s?

May 20, 2014

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