The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

Seniors needed to enjoy their youth and have more special opportunities

Seniors needed to enjoy their youth and have more special opportunities

By Wildcat Chronicle Staff May 11, 2022
The graduating seniors on the Wildcat Chronicle staff believe administration needs to do more for the seniors, and encourage the underclassmen to mature.
The Chronicle staff weighs in on the recycling - or lack thereof - at WCCHS.

Recycling necessary at WCCHS, even if costly

By Wildcat Chronicle Staff May 7, 2022
A recent investigation by Chronicle staff members revealed there is little to no recycling happening at WEGO - but doing so may actually cost more than it would save.

The pandemic is not over just because you say it is over

By Wildcat Chronicle Staff March 1, 2022
The Wildcat Chronicle staff share their opinion on the new mask policy at West Chicago Community High School.

Serve sweets to satisfy students

By Wildcat Chronicle Staff January 31, 2022
In this article students share their opinions on the current situation on vending machines.
Chronicle reporter Tim Sigidin washes his hands in one of the restrooms on campus.

Security guards not needed in the restroom

By Wildcat Chronicle Staff November 29, 2021

There is a problem that plagues America and that problem is located in a place where stall doors are supposed to offer privacy and security, but instead harbor suspicion: school bathrooms.  The “bathroom...

Second impeachment trial brought no surprises

Second impeachment trial brought no surprises

March 23, 2021

As the impeachment trial came to an end, the announcement of a second acquittal for Donald Trump came as no surprise.  In all honesty, it was expected. According to CNBC, the Senate acquitted Trump...

Capitol riots prompt question if the United States is a beacon of democracy

Capitol riots prompt question if the United States is a beacon of democracy

January 19, 2021

The catastrophic events of Jan. 6 will forever be seared into the consciousness of the American people. Who would have thought that the United States is living through history as we speak?  What occurred...

Trump backed into a corner as the second impeachment trial looms

Trump backed into a corner as the second impeachment trial looms

January 19, 2021

President Donald Trump is once more getting impeached and is now going down in U.S. history as the first president to ever be impeached twice. It’s not shocking at all. According to NPR, the House...

Senate election race is as crucial as the presidential election

Senate election race is as crucial as the presidential election

By Isabela Casimiro, Perspectives Editor December 23, 2020

Despite the presidential election being over, the Senate race has not concluded with a political party holding a majority control. Currently, the Republican party holds a lead in the race with 50 seats...

Remote learning protects students and staff

Remote learning protects students and staff

By Isabela Casimiro, Perspectives Editor December 23, 2020

It is now the third week of December and around this time, the school would have had their students back in the school building with the hybrid model.  As unfortunate as it may sound, the school administration...

Love and unity prevail with Biden presidential win

Love and unity prevail with Biden presidential win

November 27, 2020

With the recount finished, Georgia and Michigan this week delivered blows to President Donald Trump’s efforts to undermine the election. With that said, the presidential election finally came to an...

The holidays are only the beginning of the dark winter ahead

The holidays are only the beginning of the dark winter ahead

November 27, 2020

With Thanksgiving here, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) is continuing its efforts to push the American people to follow COVID-19 guidelines for the holiday. In spite of that, their advice seems...

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