Eagle's Cry

Energy Drinks

Ashlyn Shadle, Reporter

November 6, 2015

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According to U.S. Energy Drink statistics and facts, energy drinks and shots’ sales amounted to $8.1 billion in 2011. Since the market growth is very high, sales are projected to increase to over 13 billion by 2015. The most...

“The Center” at Faith Christian Community Church

Mikeylie Guzman, Reporter

November 6, 2015

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Faith Christian Community is a church with a purpose of helping people to know and love God. They are also known for the history they have of giving and helping those in need. As a gift to the Anchorage community, The Center is...

Insight on the Job of a Local Tattoo Artist

Quinn White, Reporter

October 20, 2015

Filed under Features, News

Did you know there are almost 25 tattoo shops in Anchorage? You may not know that there are lots of hoops one must jump through in order to become certified tattoo artist. James Allen, the son of the famous Larry Allen, actually...

Scott Kniefel

Shi-Ann Rodriquez, Reporter

October 20, 2015

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  When students see their teachers, they typically see their work ethic, their classroom management and their desire to help kids succeed. Students may not see their altruistic efforts or their personal passions. Scott...

Mr. Berglund

Katie Shake, Reporter

May 21, 2015

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If you can’t find Mr. Berglund in his classroom, chances are he is in the West Gym announcing a basketball game. For those who don’t know, Sven Berglund has been a devoted science teacher at West High for over 13 years now....

Tim Davis Profile

Tim Davis Profile

May 21, 2015

West Basketball Summer Plans

Jeremiah Booth-Cordero, Reporter

May 21, 2015

Filed under Features, Student Life

The West High Eagles took what they did from last off-season and put it to good use as they won the 2015 State Basketball Championship by beating East 77-73. This proved that what they did in the summer was vital to their success....

CANstruction 2015

Tyler Ziemer

March 23, 2015

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February 27 marks the beginning of the Anchorage, Alaska CANstruction 2015, a charity event hosted by the Food Bank of Alaska held at the University Center Mall. Engineers, architects, and even high school students compete...

Aron Fa’afetai

Katalina Kioa, Reporter

February 18, 2015

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#OneEagle. It’s a very popular trend on social media among the students of West High, especially athletes. The hash tag signifies a unique sense of unity and pride throughout the entire school. When seen online, it usually follows...

JROTC Cadet Involvement

Cody Hickel, Reporter

January 5, 2015

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  Drill team? What drill team? This is exactly what AK-033 (West High JROTC program) has been saying for the past 4 or 5 years. AK-033 has not competed or even let alone had a drill team for the past few years. Why...

The One, the Only: David Souza

Makoa Prine

December 8, 2014

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David Souza: friend to many, distinguished physicist, and the musically inclined teacher of the art and language hall of our West Anchorage High school. Not much is known of this renowned educator, and role model to some of our...

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Mr. Schumacher

Annie Rush, Reporter

December 8, 2014

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1.) He wasn’t born- he was hatched. Known as the “baby of the family,” and the youngest of six children Joseph Schumacher was heavily influenced by his two older brothers and three older sisters. By the time he was old en...

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