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Donations dress teachers as turkeys

Donations dress teachers as turkeys

By Kyle Paup, Editor in Chief

November 20, 2015

Generous donations from students put two teachers in holiday themed costumes for the day as a result of the annual turkey drive. The Student Council sponsored turkey drive consists of members walking around the school with boxes that have a teacher's name written across the front. Students donate m...

Science, religion, and law collide in upcoming play

Science, religion, and law collide in upcoming play

By Nayeli Lara, Sports Editor

November 16, 2015

WeGo Drama will take the community to 1920’s Tennessee with this week’s production of “Inherit the Wind.” First performed in 1960, the play revolves around the battle between science and religion in the South. “It’s about evolution. A school is charging a teacher who is teaching about evo...

Women face, overcome self perception issues

Women face, overcome self perception issues

By Nayeli Lara, Sports Editor

November 9, 2015

The effect of society on women’s views of themselves and others brought together students at the first Women’s Leadership Quarterly Summit of the year. The most recent summit was centered around the theme of self perception. Students of all grades were gathered in the LRC on Oct. 27. Discu...

Comedians offer time to help school program

Comedians offer time to help school program

By Hector Cervantes, Perspectives Editor

November 4, 2015

Funny For Fringe takes the stage as WeGo Drama serves up some laughs on Thursday. Five comedians are scheduled to perform including Mike Toomey, Pat McGann, Patti Vasquez, Jim Flannigan and Eddie Brill. Toomey is from WGN-TV Morning News and McGann is from the “Letterman” show and hosts the...

Students demonstrate willingness to give

Students demonstrate willingness to give

By Hector Cervantes, Perspectives Editor

November 2, 2015

Students saved 372 lives at Interact Club’s fall blood drive on Oct. 16. Three pints of blood are needed to save a life, according to Interact Club adviser Gavin Engel. In total, 124 students donated blood. “It’s a simple thing to do. You are saving the life of someone who needs blood. If some person was ...

Theatre program awarded by performing on a global stage

Theatre program awarded by performing on a global stage

By Hector Cervantes, Perspectives Editor

November 2, 2015

A global stage is waiting for WeGo Drama in Edinburgh, Scotland in summer at the American High School Theatre Festival. “The mission (of AHSTF) is to promote artists from high school on a global stage. The AHSTF has been around for over 20 years and what they have done is create a program where sc...

Singer voted best at talent competition

Singer voted best at talent competition

By Nayeli Lara, Sports Editor

October 24, 2015

Battle of the Bands and Vocalists on Saturday ended with singer Jessica Garcia taking home a long awaited win. Audience members were given two votes on their ticket stubs and could also vote by buying more votes. Throughout the night, spectators could place their tickets in the performer’s bag a...

Teachers find their rhythm for upcoming battle

Teachers find their rhythm for upcoming battle

By Nayeli Lara, Sports Editor

October 22, 2015

The success of “Lip Sync Battle”  has lead to two teachers matching up against each other on Saturday at Battle of the Bands and Vocalists. WeGo Drama is hosting the event for the first time as a fundraiser, and as a way to give the stage to the talented acts at school. Funds will go to the cl...

Storytelling to be modernized through new club

By Kyle Paup, Editor in Chief

October 20, 2015

While still in the planning stages, a Podcast Club is set to be formally introduced within the next week. “Initially it'll be known as a Podcast Club, but we’re working on a type of branding,” English teacher Brian Turnbaugh said. “I'm going to put out a survey to some of my students to get a...

Connecting with food through a new club

Connecting with food through a new club

By Hector Cervantes, Perspectives Editor

October 1, 2015

Culinary Club is finding success after catering at different school functions. “I came up with the idea of Culinary Club because there are lots of students who finish with foods three and (ask) now what do we do?  So, I thought it will be fun for students that have gone through all levels and for ...

Fundraisers target water conservation

Fundraisers target water conservation

By Nayeli Lara, Sports Editor

October 1, 2015

WeGo Global is partnering with several organizations to ensure water, one of the world’s most important resources, is protected. Over the course of the semester, WeGo Global will hold various fundraisers to raise money for charitynavigator.org, water.org, and cleanwaterfund.org. “Generally, we ...

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