WHS students and staff love scary movies. We asked a few of them to share their favorite horror experiences and recommend some of their favorites.
Grand Slams | Charger coaches and players choose favorite baseball films
The start of this year's baseball and softball seasons has been exciting, and even if the Royals are underwhelming, the return of baseball is always welcome. In honor of the season, we asked softball and baseball coaches and players to rank their top-5 baseball and softball movies of all time.
Thought Bubble | HBO’s Euphoria worth watching for perspective and meaning
HBO’s Euphoria has made quite the conversation topic in popular media lately after its release of season two this January. The series exhibits violence and drug use often and is labeled as controversial.
Top Five | Schutter’s favorite albums document a time in her life
Music has always been an integral part of me, and I see certain periods of my life documented throughout the music I listened to at that time. This list was extremely difficult to curate, but after heavy thought, I compiled this list.
Question of the Week | How often do your parents ask you about what you learn in school?
How often do your parents ask you about what you learn in school? What concerns about curriculum have they shared with you?
Top Five | Mumpower chooses favorite romantic movies
Watching movies has always been a way to see different worlds and time periods. These are the movies I like to watch randomly because they always make me happy, even though they can be wildly unrealistic.
Top Five | Art teacher shares favorite ‘grown-up’ animated shows
Art teacher Brianna Guinn shares her favorite cartoons. “Top Five” allows students and faculty to share their top five songs, movies, shows, meals or anything else they’re passionate about.
Question of the Week | What new club should WHS add?
Questions of the week: What new club should WHS add? What class are you most concerned about at this point in the semester? What show should everyone go stream?
Thought Bubble | Many classic books worth the effort
Books are categorized as classics on the basis that no matter when you read it, the book will always be relevant.
Some of the most commonly known classics are “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Of Mice and Men,” mainly because they are both taught in high school English classes. Though most classics are widely known, people still tend to be hesitant to read them. Some classics can be very beneficial to read though —that’s what makes them classics. They have stood the test of time and continue to do so.
Students participate in an online gaming community called Twitch
If gaming isn’t exactly your specialty but you still enjoy video game content, watching live streams of gameplay might be right up your alley.
According to Twitch’s website, “Twitch is the world's leading live streaming platform for gamers and the things we love. Watch and chat now with millions of other fans from around the world.” Twitch is a live streaming service for multimedia entertainment, similar to YouTube, but the restrictions are far more lax. The content on Twitch ranges from gaming to things like bands practicing.
The Charger talked to a few of our students who participate in streaming. Juniors Jacob Daley, Justin Carlson, Brady Bayless and Richard Wagner all hold their own streams.