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Skiing and snowboarding during COVID-19

Adam Wagner, ‘21, at Sundown Mountain doing a backflip.
January 11, 2021

Many activities because of COVID-19 have been restricted or shut down in the years 2020-2021. One activity that is accepted is skiing and snowboarding. Many people have taken this opportunity to get out...

Alum’s ‘notHYPE’ clothing brand finds success

Stylin' in the city.
Wahlert Alum, Jackson Takes, '16, created his own clothing brand,
Jackson Takes, '16, introduces notHYPE brand to Dubuquers.
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...

OLG to move to Kane Street campus

Class of 2022 poses on Fun Day, an annual OLG celebration.
December 18, 2020

Along with the news of Our Lady of Guadalupe’s (OLG) campus transitioning to Mazzuchelli’s campus, and Mazzuchelli therefore expanding to Wahlert, comes many questions. Many students wonder whether...

2020 setbacks pave the way for comebacks

2020 setbacks pave the way for comebacks
December 18, 2020

For twenty-one consecutive years, Wahlert has held a State Championship title with the help of its many sports programs. These include sports such as Volleyball and Cross Country in the Fall, along with...

Youth Ballet’s “The Nutcracker”: COVID-19 Style

Dancing up a storm!
December 18, 2020

The Dubuque City Youth Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker is an annual holiday tradition for dancers and their fans. Christmas would not feel the same without the whimsical storytelling, beautiful...

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