• 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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Do finals get the final say?

Do finals get the final say?

Maeve Breslin, reporter

For a high school student, Spring is considered to be the best and worst time of the year. With the school year winding down, and summer just around the corner, it’s easy ...

May 26, 2017No Comments

If you want to pass, get to class

Riley Collins, Reporter

There are many courses to take at Wahlert. Some are intriguing and exciting while some you may not be as enthused about. Nevertheless we all have favorite classes, here’s a glimpse of some students’ favorite classes. First, Sam Jochum, ‘19, says his favorite class is Strength and Conditioning because, “It’s a stress reliever. I can just lift and not concen...

May 24, 2017No Comments

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

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Taking a knee: NFL players protest

Sophia Shubatt

by Sophia Shubatt Of the Gleaner   Athletes across the nation, from high schoolers to players in the NFL and MLB, have been taking a knee during the National Anthem. Many fans are outraged, many are supportive and many don’t know what to think. The first step to understanding the issue is to really look into why these athletes are doing what they...

October 4, 2017No Comments

You ‘bat’ it’s going to be a good season

Emma Earles, Editor

“Go back to state for the third time in a row, play at Principal (park) and then be the first team from Wahlert to win a game at state.” These are the goals Owen Funke, ‘18, and the rest of the baseball team has for the coming season. Funke who pitches as well as plays shortstop, is a second year varsity member and is one of the five returning starters this season. He comments that the right side of the field wi...

May 26, 2017No Comments

Spring sports thriving at state

Spring sports thriving at state

Andrew Evans, Reporter

Soccer The boys’ soccer team is currently in substate. They are looking to qualify for state for the second year in a row and possibly win state for the first time since 201...

May 26, 2017No Comments

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Friday the 13th: Perilous or just frivolous?

Marcus Wahlert, Reporter

Do you ever feel like some days the world is out to get you? Especially on days like this Friday, the 13th of October? If so, you may suffer from paraskevidekatriaphobia, or the fear of Friday the 13th. This phobia stems from a common superstition, in which many people believe Friday the 13th to be an especially unlucky, spooky, or even dangerous day. It’s been around...

October 12, 2017No Comments

Shining for Shane

Shining for Shane

Maddie Roling, Reporter

On Sept. 30th, the Wahlert community came together to remember Shane Broderick, ‘12. As a student at Wahlert, Broderick was involved in soccer, cross country, wrestling, and T...

October 11, 2017No Comments

Fresh Faces

Isa Harris, Reporter

As this school year comes to an end, the eighth graders are getting ready to begin their new life as high schoolers. We all probably remember the first day of high school when we stepped foot into the building and were terrified of the unknown. Jimmy McDermott, Jaida Dittmer, Nick Bandy, Colin Warthan and Anna Kalb, ‘21, are excited for the beginning of freshman year. ...

May 26, 2017No Comments

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Taking a knee: NFL players protest

Sophia Shubatt

by Sophia Shubatt Of the Gleaner   Athletes across the nation, from high schoolers to players in the NFL and MLB, have been taking a knee during the National An...

October 4, 2017No Comments

Do finals get the final say?

Do finals get the final say?

May 26, 2017

The inside scoop on Junior year

May 24, 2017

Another day in pair-adise

May 24, 2017

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New teacher crossword key

Stumped on the crossword in the September print issue? Here's the key to help you learn the facts about the new staff members! ...

September 26, 2017No Comments

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