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Chapter 2 of the Distinguished Alumni Story

By Kyle Paup, Editor in Chief

October 30, 2015

After a couple attempts at college, a few cases of luck, and plenty of shenanigans along the way, West Chicago alumni Ray Stejskal currently takes on the persona of Ramblin’ Ray Stevens on US99.5. Stejskal is the winner of the school’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Before accepting the award, he ...

Honored alumnus discusses lasting impressions of high school

Honored alumnus discusses lasting impressions of high school

By Kyle Paup, Editor in Chief

October 29, 2015

Distinguished Alumni Award winner Ray Stejskal, also known as Ramblin’ Ray Stevens on US99.5, relived the school's diverse community and welcoming atmosphere during a visit to the school that has changed greatly since his time within its walls. Before receiving the award, Stejskal sat in front of a crowd of ...

Athlete’s legacy lives on through scholarship

Athlete’s legacy lives on through scholarship

By Nayeli Lara, Sports Editor

October 8, 2015

The death of WeGo alumnus Dan Horyn has not stopped his family from spreading their son’s love for running and life. For the second year, the Horyn family hosted a bowling night to raise money for the scholarship which goes to one female and male cross-country or track runner who embodies Hory...

‘Losing is not an option,’ volleyball team raises funds for cancer research

‘Losing is not an option,’ volleyball team raises funds for cancer research

By Kyle Paup, Editor in Chief

October 1, 2015

Volley for the Cure night on Sept. 29 raised over $2000 for Susan G. Komen breast cancer research. The girls volleyball team has not hosted this event for four years, but hosted a Volley for Villa night two years ago with a similar theme. Volleyball players were responsible for coming up with the...

Students build friendships through exchange program

Students build friendships through exchange program

By Hector Cervantes, Perspectives Editor

September 18, 2015

Students had the opportunity to make friendships from across the globe as they helped Spaniards accustom themselves to life in America. The students came from Soria, Spain and from Sept. 8-18 were hosted by students in the Spanish exchange program. “The Spaniards had the experience of living in the American ho...

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