• April 7"Urinetown" the musical 4/20-4/22 at the Grand Opera House

  • February 4TEC at Wahlert 4/8-4/10

  • February 3Unity Week Pep Assembly 4/7 @ 2:00

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Ban the Tan

Carly Heying, Author

As prom season begins, tanning-danger-awareness organizations are promoting a tan-free prom season. OutRun the RAYS, a non-profit organization, has turned tanning-danger awareness into a chance for high schoolers to win cash and prizes. OutRun the RAYS is sponsoring a program called Ban the Tan for juniors and seniors in area high schools to promote awareness for the ...

March 31, 2017No Comments

Hitting the jackpot

Sam Ambrosy, Reporter

  Although almost everyone dreams of winning the lottery, very few are lucky enough to live out that dream.The lottery is a process of raising money by selling numbered tickets and giving prizes to the number holders at random. While the chances of winning the lottery are very small at one in 175 million, due to the 175,223,510 different six number combinations th...

March 29, 2017No Comments

Renovation report

Ali Schneider, Reporter

  If you were sitting in the Wahlert gymnasium during Ash Wednesday mass, you were probably wondering where the booming noises were coming from. No, there were not giants playing basketball on the roof. Like most of the strange noises you’ve been hearing for the past year, it was coming from the construction workers. Right now, construction is being done on th...

March 10, 2017No Comments

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Wahlert Grads offer advice

Sam Ambrosy, Reporter

Planning for college early can help assure students are ready for the school year come fall. College is much different than high school, and the experiences that you have will definitely leave an impression on you. Here is some advice to the current senior class from Wahlert alumni who are now college students themselves. “I’m not going to lie, the first week o...

May 5, 2017No Comments

STOP-ing hunger by “living below the line”

STOP-ing hunger by “living below the line”

Carlie Noel, Editor

Last week, Wahlert’s STOP club took on a difficult challenge. Several members of the club undertook the challenge to “live below the line,” meaning they would li...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Rec League

Rec League

Ben Meyer, Sports Editor

  Although the Wahlert men’s basketball team’s season ended in March, another season of basketball begins in the coming weeks. Even if students did not play on the Wahlert basketball team, they have the opportunity to play in the...

March 31, 2017No Comments

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BBA or the Wahlert weight room?

BBA or the Wahlert weight room?

by Noah Sigwarth Of the Gleaner In the grueling race to reach peak athletic performance, players and their parents are willing to do whatever it takes to gain an edge o...

May 12, 2017No Comments

A Gruhling struggle

A Gruhling struggle

Jack kalb, Reporter

Many of those who roam the halls of Wahlert go unknown and unnoticed. A perfect example of a student, who is the polar opposite of this description, is Ivan Gruhl. Those who haven'...

April 3, 2017No Comments

Unexpected change

Unexpected change

Jack Kalb, Reporter

After winning the state championship last summer, the men’s tennis team knew that there were going to be many obstacles in the way of repeating. Despite knowing that, the...

March 8, 2017No Comments

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Summer Camps Still Fun

Noah Burns, Reporter

  Summer camps mean many things to many people. For some, camps are an outlet. Others see it as an uncomfortable reminder of their childhood, and some just see them as fun. Owen Borelli, ‘18, is one of those who sees camp as fun. Over the summer, he’s going to a camp called the YMCA for a chance to, “learn about the outdoors, play games, and have sta...

May 22, 2017No Comments

Hitting the books in the summer sun

Hitting the books in the summer sun

Ali Schneider, Reporter

What’s more relaxing than lounging by the pool with a good book while getting tan? This summer many students who enjoy reading are planning to indulge. Whether you’re a...

May 15, 2017No Comments

Moms rock!

Moms rock!

Grace Lueken, Reporter

  Every kid wants to honor his or her mother and thank her for all she does. This Sunday is Mother's Day, a day set aside to appreciate how mothers dedicate their live...

May 12, 2017No Comments

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Freshman Thoughts

Kristine Tuecke, Reporter

This year at Wahlert has been pretty amazing. When I first decided to come to Wahlert, I was scared no one would like me or they would think I was weird. The upperclassman ...

May 22, 2017No Comments

What’s the harm of a wastebasket?!

May 5, 2017

Class selection tips from a senior

Class selection tips from a senior

March 10, 2017

Academic Awards Assembly undergoes much needed change

Academic Awards Assembly undergoes much needed change

February 15, 2017

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Thyme to meet the new teacher

Thyme to meet the new teacher

Elizabeth Gehling, Reporter

The Wahlert community gained a new member at the start of second semester: a culinary arts teacher and chef named Mrs. Allison Pusateri. “I think I have a little gift of b...

May 22, 2017No Comments

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