Bloody Sunday’s 50th Anniversary

Clara Chin, Staff Writer

March 16, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Top Stories

When protesters marched during the African-American Civil Rights Movement fifty years ago, they crossed more than just the Edmund Pettus Bridge. They transcended racial boundaries and enabled higher voting registration for... Read more »

Abusing the System

Abusing the System

March 6, 2015

Black History Month: The Extent of Impact in Schools

Clara Chin, Staff Writer

February 17, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Top Stories

The Civil Rights Movement began only about a half century ago, and even if that seems like a long time, the aftermath becomes especially apparent every February. In 1986, Congress passed a resolution recognizing February as... Read more »

Obama Ending 2014 Strong With Immigration

Clara Chin, Staff Writer

January 8, 2015

Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Top Stories

As Barack Obama’s presidency draws to a close, the Democratic party is striving to make the most out of his final term in office. One of the most significant actions President Obama has taken so far is his immigration... Read more »

One Too Many

Alyna Kim, Staff Writer

September 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

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 with many diverse options, but these new additions tend... Read more »

Beacon of Freedom

Beacon of Freedom

July 16, 2014

Scandalous Fashion Pushes Canadian School Board

Cayla Hailwood, Staff Writer

June 10, 2014

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

For all generations, rebellious trends are bound to make their appearance in teen fashion.  For teenage girls across the country, short shorts have been a popular fashion trend for a couple years now.  School boards... Read more »

Should Students Have an Incentive for AP Testing?

Cayla Hailwood, Staff Writer

May 20, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion/Editorial

  With AP testing coming to an end, students enrolled in AP courses can finally take a break.  However, as fewer students participated in taking their AP exams this year, teachers question ask themselves, "Should... Read more »

SAT Takes a New Turn

SAT Takes a New Turn

March 27, 2014