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Chemistry Teacher Transitions from Part to Full Time

Chemistry Teacher Transitions from Part to Full Time

Hailey Pitcher and Sara Stanislawski

November 4, 2018


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After teaching part-time in the Wauwatosa School District for the 2017-18 school year current chemistry teacher Kelly Haskell is now a full time teacher at West. Haskell is entering her fifteenth year of teaching after attending UW- Milwaukee and teaching her first years at Milwaukee Madison. She t...

Singers Heard Around the World

Singers Heard Around the World

Erin Scholtus and Serena Stern

October 23, 2018


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When you think of the biggest names in American music, you probably think of Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, or Shawn Mendes. But travel halfway around the world you’ll hear many different styles of music. Every country has its own unique sound and version of the Top 40 hits....

Biology Teacher Starts First Year at West

Biology Teacher Starts First Year at West

Sara Stanislawski and Ali Smith

October 4, 2018


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Christian Tiling is a freshman biology teacher at Wauwatosa West for the 2018-19 school year. He’s been a teacher for 12 years, teaching previously at the Milwaukee Academy of Science. Currently he teaches three sections of advanced biology and two sections of regular biology.  How would you des...

Turning the Tables at Tosa West- The New Cell Phone Policy

September 10, 2018


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“I think the cell phone policy is better than it was last year”

Generations are Constantly Changing; Q&A of a Mother and Her Daughter

Generations are Constantly Changing; Q&A of a Mother and Her Daughter

Zene Hollman-Fowler, Staff Reporter

June 19, 2018


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The cultural differences in the different generations of people have always set people apart considering the fact that things are constantly changing. But one change that can be noted is the progress women have made over the years in regards to expressive freedoms and women’s rights in general. Du...

West Students Balance School, Activities, Jobs

West Students Balance School, Activities, Jobs

Jessiemae Peters and Katie Herring

June 4, 2018


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High school students balance school and their jobs to be able to help provide financial and personal needs. According to Urban Alliance, having a job while in high school has proven to improve academic performance. Urban Alliance did a research that states - in 2011, the rate of unemployment was the...

Issue Fair Challenges Students To Become Active Citizens

Issue Fair Challenges Students To Become Active Citizens

Brayden Korman, Staff Writer

May 31, 2018


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The 6th annual Wauwatosa West Issue Fair will take place at Wauwatosa West High School on Thursday, May 31st from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.  Approximately, 150 juniors enrolled in the required American Public Policy will present their research to over 50 community adult judges.   “We want students to le...

West Senior to Travel to Bootcamp for Marine Corps

West Senior to Travel to Bootcamp for Marine Corps

Jessiemae Peters, Staff Reporter

May 28, 2018


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Wauwatosa West senior Cheenu Moua will travel to bootcamp June 18, to train for the Marine Corps. This decision was inspired by family members, his own interests, and the motivation of others. The decision wasn’t easy, he had to think about what his family wanted, what he wanted, and how to make...

Cheese Fry Journey

Cheese Fry Journey

Megan Veit, Staff Reporter

May 24, 2018


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Cheese fries. Arguably the greatest food of all time. I, along with my colleague, Megan Krummel intend to answer the frequently asked question: Where can I find the best cheese fries? Over the past few months, Megan and I have traveled to different restaurants around the Milwaukee area to find th...

West Orchestra Performs Spring Concert

West Orchestra Performs Spring Concert

Caleb Vollmers, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2018


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Come on a journey with the Wauwatosa West Symphony and Concert Orchestra for their spring concert May 22nd. The concert begins at 7pm in the West auditorium.  The line-up for the concert is as follows, Agincourt, Waltz No. 2, Anvil Chorus, Iditarod, Sorcerer's Apprentince,  A Dance of Clowns, The ...

AP Classes Raise New Concerns

AP Classes Raise New Concerns

Aral Nen and Nathaniel Schultz

May 18, 2018


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Advanced Placement or “A.P.” courses are optional courses at many high schools, however a new requirement makes it necessary for sophomore students to take an A.P. Human Geography course at Wauwatosa West High School. “A.P. pretty much teaches you how to work by yourself, and teaches you go...

The Soccer Experience

The Soccer Experience

Katie McCabe

May 16, 2018


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The coaching staff for girls soccer at tosa west is all new to start of the 2018 year. After coach Bailey stepped down because of a job transfer, coach Molitor former JV coach was asked to coach varsity this year. This two positions open this year for JV1´s and JV2´s. These positions were filled by c...

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