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  • Art at Snow City Cafe

    Art at Snow City Cafe

    Lesley Bingham, Reporter

    April 7, 2017

      Anchorage, Alaska is often seen as a vacation destination because of the extensive outdoor activities the city provides. However, Alaska is also home to amazing local restaurants that have strived, such as Bear Tooth and Snow City. Both restaurants believe in supporting local artists, whether...

    A wall in Snow City that has a good mix of Fair’s photography pieces as well as digital art.

  • Upcoming Events

    Upcoming Events

    April 5, 2017

    Prom: April 22nd Graduation: My 17th 7:00pm Last day of school: May 24th

  • Valentine’s Day Choir Concert

    Valentine’s Day Choir Concert

    Marley Toleafoa, Reporter

    April 3, 2017

    Valentine’s Day is about the three S’s: Singing, seduction and spaghetti. You could find two of those S’s at Mrs. Wibbenmeyer’s Valentine Spaghetti Feed performance, starring West Anchorage High School’s Choir. This event takes place every year but this is the first year it has actually fallen...

Student Athletes

Student Athletes

Madison Rock, Journalist

  For many West Anchorage High School students, sports have been a large part of their school experience, as West...

February 3, 2017

West High School Hockey Tryouts

Lesley Bingham, Reporter

On Wednesday, October 12th, high school hockey tryouts began at Dempsey Ice Arena. The two time defending state champions, the West Anchorage Eagles, began their 2016-2017 season with three consecutive days of formal tryouts to determine the varsity and junior varsity teams. The junior varsity coach, Kelsey Romig, who...

December 7, 2016

UAA loses 6-0 to University of Minnesota

Ezra Dan, Reporter

The UAA hockey season got underway on October 7th at the Sullivan Arena with a 6-0 nonconference loss to the University of Minnesota’s Golden Gophers. Anchorage’s own Eric Schierhorn, Minnesota’s goaltender, stopped 14 shots; the fewest he’s had to face in a college game. Schierhorn was playing his first game...

November 10, 2016

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“You’re Fired!”

“You’re Fired!”

Houlton Dannenberg, Reporter

How can someone identify a male bank robber after an armed robbery? Easy- realize the man is a woman. Karen Loeffler, the former of U.S Attorney of Alaska, cleverly prosecuted a 6’2” ...

April 18, 2017

Alaska Teen Media Students Go Live On Air

Alaska Teen Media Students Go Live On Air

Quinn White, Reporter

Have you ever been interested in the production of audio and radio? Youth with the Alaska Teen Media Institute (ATMI) are learning about those exact things. “In Other News” is an...

April 7, 2017

Women’s March on Anchorage

Women’s March on Anchorage

Pierce LeFebvre, Reporter

The Women’s March was held on Jan 21, at 10:30 AM. It was set to help people who are concerned for the future of our country to have their voices heard. Many students from West...

April 6, 2017

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Artistic Drift Dance

Artistic Drift Dance

With tons of talent coming up to perform, Artistic Drift is one of the few competitors competing for first place. About 30 plus teams competing for 1st place, Artistic Drift fights...

April 7, 2017

Talent Show

Madison Rock, Journalist

On February 16th, 2017, West High School’s most talented students got together to showcase their unique talents. For many students this is the one time of the year that they will...

April 3, 2017

It Was a Good Play, Charlie Brown

It Was a Good Play, Charlie Brown

Houlton Dannenberg, Reporter

  On February 9th-11th, the West Anchorage High School Theatre Program put on the funny and quick-witted production “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” for the local communit...

April 3, 2017

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The student news site of West Anchorage High School
The student news site of West Anchorage High School