Full time virtual student reflects on school year

Following the transition to Plan A in the Henderson County Public School system, some West Henderson students have chosen to remain fully virtual. In acts of selflessness and love for their families, these...

Senior releases yearlong skateboarding project

West Henderson senior Patrick Henley released a video titled “Project Pat” on May 1. The video includes an abundance of skateboarding content that he has been putting together for over a year. Henley...

Students look back at their year through music

It’s now that time of the year, where almost everything is on sale, the air is cold and Spotify and Apple Music tells you what you’ve been listening to with Spotify Wrapped and Apple Music Replay. What...

Minority representation important

The representation of people of color in our society has been on the rise as of late. The recent increase in exposure of the equal rights movement has only fueled further conversation into the topic. Many...

Seniors reflect on voting in historic election

There is no doubt that 2020 has been an interesting year, and this year’s election is no exception. This year, many seniors attending West are eligible to vote. For these seniors, voting for the first time...

Margaret-Ann Littauer elected student body president

In the midst of a global pandemic and a historic presidential election, could you see yourself making your top priority to improve your school by running for the biggest student-held office? If you can’t,...

Young voters valuable in upcoming election

President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden are engaged in one of the most contentious and heated election battles in our nation's history. The two are in the home stretch for election day on...

Reflecting on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s impact

On Sept. 18, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in her home at the age of 87, after serving 27 years as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. She was sworn in on Aug. 10 1993, becoming...

West teachers adjust to virtual learning

In the wake of Covid-19, there’s no question that major adjustments are affecting all aspects of life. Masks are becoming items that many people cannot leave the house without, six feet is becoming a...