The Gleaner

Teresa Berning, Ava Hoelscher, Jenna Berendes, Anna Sigwarth, Natalie Kelzer, Jamie Vondra, Andrea Swift, and Ava Anderson, '22, dressed up and had a potluck-style meal to celebrate Winter Formal.

Fake Winter Formal becomes new normal

Jamie Vondra, Associate Editor March 10, 2021

Along with unexpected changes to sports, school, and life have also come changes to social lives. Due to large numbers and a small space, the 2021 Winter Formal dance was cancelled. However, many students...

Olivia Pfeiler's, '21, collection of crystals.

The Belief and the Power of Crystals

Sophia Wagner, Reporter March 10, 2021

Some people believe that certain types of crystals have an effect on positivity and negativity. There is no scientific evidence that they can heal a person, but they may help to improve one's mood. Two...

Seniors' misfortunes

Seniors’ misfortunes

Lola Grap, Senior Editor March 10, 2021

by Lola Grap of The Gleaner   With the pandemic and the changes it brings, most people have high hopes of returning to life “pre COVID-19.” Especially in the high school setting, teenagers’...

Students fly high on vacation for spring break

Students fly high on vacation for spring break

Sophie Skemp, Editor March 10, 2021

by Sophie Skemp Of the Gleaner COVID-19 restrictions have been placed on travel for a year now, so many Wahlert students are eager to fly high on vacation for this year’s spring break. Last year,...

Nicholas Hill, '24, performs on his tenor sax at the Grand Opera House.

Where does motivation come from?

Laura Cushman, Reporter March 8, 2021

Many students find it hard to stay motivated. With still a long road before summer vacation, it’s easy to fall into the mindset of being stuck. There are many ideas and advice given for those finding...

How to resist temptation during Lent

Henry Klauer, Reporter March 8, 2021

As Lent starts, Wahlert students and staff refrain from some delicacies of choice in their life for 40 days, to commemorate the 40 days Jesus fasted in the desert.  Kevin Bradley, ‘24 shares...

Students try a taste of intuitive eating

Ava Hoelscher, Editor March 8, 2021

If your stomach is rumbling on your way home from school, do you alter your route and grab an iced vanilla latte from Starbucks? Do you text a group of friends to grab Chick-Fil-A without thinking...

New Year calls for new resolutions

Claire Walker, Associate Editor December 18, 2020

To say the least, 2020 has been a whirlwind of events; no one really expected it to go the way it has. On Dec. 31st of 2019, people celebrated, taking on the new year in hopes of a second “Roaring 20s.” It...

Student entrepreneurs make a difference

Student entrepreneurs make a difference

Sophie Skemp, Editor December 18, 2020

by Sophie Skemp of The Gleaner   Students across the world are changing the lives of others and they’re becoming more inspired by the minute. Businesses are looking for young entrepreneurs...

Abby Wagner, '21, performing in one of last year's show choir competitions.

Working hard and playing it safe, show choir style

Sophia Wagner December 18, 2020

One of the biggest questions throughout Wahlert is whether school activities will be able to take place like normal or not. Many activities outside of school have been shut down because of Covid-19, but...

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