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  • The Cold Winter Weather Brings Warm Feelings

    The Cold Winter Weather Brings Warm Feelings

    Jiayi Zhu, Staff Writer

    February 21, 2018

    With this season’s ruthless winds and below freezing temperatures, it is hard to believe that the warmth can return, but not all is cold and gray this winter. This month is a hearty, happy time for physics teacher and head volleyball coach Brittany Bridge because it marks the beginning of the next chapter of her life with a new family. After months of planning, hard work and nerves (the good kind) Bridge married her fiance Rod Rodriguez in a cerem...

  • #Me Too: Standing Up To Sexual Assault

    #Me Too: Standing Up To Sexual Assault

    Shriya Senguttuvan, Co-Editor-In-Chief

    February 21, 2018

    “Name it, shame it and call it out. Join me” -Actress Rose McGowan Driven to the point where silence can no longer be a solution to a problem that is far louder than it is heard, thousands of women and men of all backgrounds are banding together to fight against sexual assault. Sexual assault is a general term that includes sexual harassment, unwanted sexual contact, child sexual abuse and rape. Sexual abuse also occurs when the individuals...

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  • Senior Boys Compete to Win Mr. West

    Senior Boys Compete to Win Mr. West

    Gina Quatrino, Production Editor

    February 20, 2018

    On Saturday, Feb. 10, Student Council (STUCO) held Mr. West, a pageant featuring seniors from multiple clubs and organizations around the school. “Mr. West is Plano West’s personal male pageant,” STUCO President and senior Gabby Dunn said. “The boys compete in a dance, talent, interview and runway portion. Overall, the audience decides the outcome. There is also a ‘Judge’s Choice’ award to be won.” Dunn had the responsibility...

    Seniors Nick Kasper and Benji Popokh smiling together after being crowned 'Mr. West' and 'Judges Choice.'

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In the Midst of Weather Delays, West Unable to Keep Up With Mesquite

September 17, 2018

Plano West dropped their third game of the season last Friday to Mesquite High School, losing 44-20. Plano...

Plano West Ready for Mesquite in Week Three

September 14, 2018

After losses to Frisco Reedy (46-14) and Flower Mound (45-21) in weeks one and two, the Wolves are gearing...

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Foodsta, The Newest Social Media Sensation

February 21, 2018

Spring Break 2018

February 21, 2018

Foodsta: Connecting the World with Food

February 21, 2018

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Bill Nye Saves the World

March 30, 2017

Things to Do

March 29, 2017

Fashion Week Rocks New York

March 29, 2017

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Original Singer-Songwriter Continues Family Legacy

March 27, 2018

It is the early 2000’s, and famous rock band, Foreigner, is performing for the night. The music is loud, the lights are flashing but all eyes are on the two year old little girl who danced her way to the main stage of the rock show. Fast forward 16...

Teacher Feature: Mr. Wolfe

Teacher Feature: Mr. Wolfe

February 21, 2018

Where were you born? I was born in San Antonio, and that is where I grew up. What college did you attend? I attended the University of Texas A&M. My high school grades were so bad that universities wouldn’t accept me. I attended community...

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The School Newspaper of Plano West High School