Eagle's Cry

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

Filed under Features

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

Filed under Features

#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

Filed under Features

  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

Filed under Features

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

Filed under Features

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...

Post-High School Preparation

Katie Haxby, Reporter

December 8, 2014

Filed under Features

For the majority of this generation’s young lives, they are expected to spend a lot of time preparing for their futures away from their parents, whether it is just having a simple dream, taking advanced classes, getting work...

Death With Dignity

Timothy Gormley, Reporter

December 4, 2014

Filed under Features

In case you don’t know, the Death with Dignity Act allows terminally ill people to use a prescribed lethal medication that will kill them. This only applies if they’re a legal resident of a state where it is legal. You must...

Cafeteria Traffic

Cafeteria Traffic

November 10, 2014

Freshmen Do’s and Don’ts

Zaria Robinson, Reporter

November 7, 2014

Filed under Features

Have you ever heard the phrase, “freshmen are so annoying?” or “freshmen are so obnoxious?” Everybody gets the idea of freshmen as annoying, obnoxious, or loud. Never will you go to a school where spending time with...

Life During School With Mrs. Mason

Trea Samifua, Reporter

November 6, 2014

Filed under Features

  A lot of kids would call her the best gym teacher, or the most fun, and there favorite teacher. So her name as all of you should know, Ms. Mason. A lot of students that always talk highly about her and always brag about...

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