The Gleaner

Espresso yourself through coffee

Jamie Vondra, Reporter

February 10, 2020

According to an Inquirer study, 73 percent of American teens drink at least one cup of coffee per day, the average being about three cups per day. But, this intake of caffeine may affect daily life more than many may realize. Studies show that drinking a reasonable amount of coffee, which ten...

Football fundraiser brings in big bucks

Jamie Vondra, Reporter

October 2, 2019

Each year, the football team holds a fundraiser in which they sell discount cards. This year was very significant because of the large amount of money raised. So how did they raise so much and to what did the money go towards? This year, the players set a goal of selling 25 football cards each. ...

Bikes, balloons, bile, oh my!

Jamie Vondra, Reporter

October 2, 2019

by Jamie Vondra of The Gleaner   The most typical things that people are afraid of include heights, enclosed spaces, flying, spiders, and needles. However, there are many students at Wahlert who have lots of other unique fears. Anastasia Smith, ‘21, for example, has a huge fear...

Is life S’well?

Connor Hartig, Maddie Roling, '20, and Isa Harris, '19, show off how s'well life is with their trendy water bottles.

Maddie Roling, Reporter

March 10, 2017

Maddie Roling Of the Gleaner   Around school, many people have been spotted carrying around various types of water bottles. Whether it’s a Yeti, Hydro Flask, or a S’well, it gets the job done. But many students still wonder what the difference is between all of these popular water bo...

Bowlers spare state qualifiers

Lauren Noel, Editor-in-Chief

March 7, 2014

After losing many key bowlers from last year to graduation, this year’s team pulled through and still managed to qualify a few individuals for the state tournament. Both Maggie Banwarth, ‘14, and Riley Smith, ‘14, competed at the state individual tournament on Feb. 24th. Riley was no newcomer ...

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