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Wahlert Alum, Jackson Takes, '16, created his own clothing brand,

Alum’s ‘notHYPE’ clothing brand finds success

Jackson Takes, '16, introduces notHYPE brand to Dubuquers.
Lilah Takes, Reporter January 5, 2021

Entrepreneur and Wahlert alum, Jackson Takes, ‘16, has created fashion waves in the Dubuque area utilizing his creativity and paving a new way to making a living. Takes became an entrepreneur during...

New season, new coaches

New season, new coaches

Lola Grap, Editor November 9, 2020

The volleyball program has been a highlight of the Wahlert community for decades. The team never seems to disappoint, proving themselves year after year to be a threat. Although the players change every...

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Students crushing hard on Valentine’s Day

Sophie Skemp, Reporter February 14, 2020

Wahlert’s student body is getting into the Valentine’s Day spirit by connecting with their upper and underclassmen crushes. Friday, Feb. 14th is Valentine's Day and students couldn’t be happier to...

Lily Roth, '20, enjoys Happy Joe's pizza while cheering on the boys basketball team.

What is Dub’s most popular pizza hub?

Caroline Schmid, Reporter January 30, 2020

It is already known that pizza is one of the most popular foods in America. In fact, almost 350 slices of pizza are eaten every second! In 2019, a poll on the website “The Daily Meal” asked subscribers...

The life of a young entrepreneur

The life of a young entrepreneur

Libby Sigwarth, Reporter January 15, 2020

This year, Abby Ehrler, ‘21, entered Wahlert as a transfer student from Galena. But she is more than just a transfer student; she is a business owner.  It all started three summers ago when Abby...

Same last name, same origin, different spelling

Caroline Schmid, Reporter December 12, 2019

What’s it like to have people always get your name wrong? If you’re a Schmid, Schmidt, Schmitt, or Schmitz, you probably know how it feels to have your name misspelled. Schmidt is derived from the...

Hospital visits affecting Wahlert students

Hospital visits affecting Wahlert students

Sophie Skemp, Reporter December 10, 2019

by Sophie Skemp  of the Gleaner   The Iowa Children's Hospital has helped many families across the U.S. The hospital has especially made an impact on three students here at Wahlert. These...

One True Ironman

Tess Breslin, Reporter November 7, 2019

An Ironman Triathlon is known around the whole world of being one of the hardest races an athlete can endure. An Ironman consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike ride, and to finish it all off, a marathon,...

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