With the holidays just around the corner, fourth graders answer your submitted questions.
By Marissa Aivazis UPDATE: Since this article was written, Kanye West has cancelled his tour. However, please enjoy this inside peek into the experience of attending one of his concerts! GO TO SAINT PABLO! You won’t regret it, I promise. My younger sister is a HUGE Kanye lover and when she found out he was going
By Sophia Chen As many students know, Westridge requires students to complete their CAP (Community Action Project) to graduate. Although posed as a requirement, the project has inspired many students to dedicate their causes to interests outside of school, helping our community in various ways. Jessica Beskind ‘18, has a unique CAP- training puppies to
By Penelope Boone Most students in the eleventh and twelfth grades at Westridge have their driver’s license, but junior Justine Martin has something even more exciting: a pilot’s license. Keep reading for some questions and answers about being a student-pilot with Justine! Penelope Boone: “When did you get your pilot’s license?” Justine Martin: “I received
By Jaya Sadda Ever since the election results came out, with Donald Trump named as our new President elect, many emotions have flooded the campus. Some were disappointed and upset, while others were happy. Some students at Westridge who feared for those of the LGBTQ community, minorities, immigrants, and women after this election began to
By Quyen Mullin Upper School at Westridge is basically a survival course. Students are running uphill as hard and fast as they can, attempting to carry a load that includes classwork, homework, sports/arts, social lives, family obligations and any kind of downtime they can find to catch up on their favorite shows. It’s no surprise
By Veronica Husmann No matter if you are liberal, conservative, green, white, orange or striped, all of us in the Westridge community can agree that women deserve to be treated equal. The fight for women’s rights has advanced greatly throughout the past 100 years with events like the suffrage movement, the 19th amendment, the Equal