Articles By: jessica walker

Among the Flowers > Admiring the work of a local North Carolina artist, sophomore Morgan Johnson considers purchasing it. “It was by far the coolest art I had seen all day,” Johnson said. “The paper mache and oil painted sunflowers stood out because those are my favorite flowers.” Photo by Jessica Walker.
Fighting Proudly > Frustrating the opposing first seed was the highlight of senior Albert “Whittie” Boswell’s match against Clayton. “He was the best player in the state, so yeah I’d say he’s pretty tough,” Boswell said. Boswell was proud of his performance at the match, playing a challenging match is something that reminds Boswell of his passion for the sport. Photo by Jessica Walker.
Rest Your Feet - Taking a break from the already long day in Washington, D.C. sophomore Morgan Johnson stops to eat lunch on the lawn of the Washington Monument with her group. “We had a lot of walking ahead of us, and the monument lawn was a perfect place to sit and admire the sights,” Morgan said. Photo by Jessica Walker.

Washington, D.C. Trip 2018

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Winter Athletic Banquet 2018

Winter Athletic Banquet 2018

The athletic banquet is a celebration for the accomplishments of the athletes of this winter’s season sports. This year, the event took place on the night of February 22, 2018. A lot of hard work and planning goes into throwing this event every season to recognize the athletes and their team’s achievements. Assistant Athletic Director Scotty Williams thinks that the […]

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Most Popular Classes at West

Most Popular Classes at West

Class registration for next year is around the corner, and students are thinking about what classes to take. The most popular classes to take get filled up fast, but why? Students take these classes because they are genuinely interested, but some take them because they have heard they are easy. Senior Hannah Creech thinks that foods, personal finance, and Microsoft […]

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Laura Krivac, cancer survivor

Laura Krivac, cancer survivor

Battling cancer as a child has taught sophomore Laura Krivac a lot about the importance of life lessons and has changed her outlook on life. She never imagined she would spend two years of her life in a hospital with cancer, but she is proud to be able to say she has made it this far. Krivac’s mom and the […]

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