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The Westwind

¿Hablas Ingles?

Jack Roberts, Reporter

February 17

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Freshman Jack Dugan stands in front of a whiteboard where he has scribbled a variety of past and present verbs. Around him in a semicircle are folded up tables scattered with notebooks and pencils.  Behind the tables sit sixteen...

From Soldier to Science

Ashlyn Kuehn, Reporter

November 19

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  He stands in front of the class, his students inquiring the difference between biosynthesis and photosynthesis. raising their hands impatiently to be called upon. Although many of his students recognizes Jordan Whittington a...

Cthulhu beckons

Leon Giron, Reporter/Writer

August 1

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“The Thing cannot be described – there is no language for such abysms of shrieking and immemorial lunacy, such eldritch contradictions of all matter, force, and cosmic order. A mountain walked or stumbled.” “Call of Cth...

Cthulhu beckons

Leon Giron, Reporter

October 30

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“The Thing cannot be described - there is no language for such abysms of shrieking and immemorial lunacy, such eldritch contradictions of all matter, force, and cosmic order. A mountain walked or stumbled.” “Call of Cthulhu”...

The Birth of Mothman

Kyle Brook, Editor

October 30

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Mothman, a semi-humanoid, birdlike creature, made its first appearance in 1966, in Point Pleasant, West Virginia; specifically in a so called “TNT” area, named after its use in World War II for the creation of TNT (it was...

Skateborder’s reality

Isabeau Andrews, Reporter

February 23

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  “Buzz, buzz” The alarm sounds out at nine AM as Haleigh Coalson turns it off and gets up. No time for sleeping in today--the skate park is calling. Skateboarding: Loud, dangerous, corrupt. Skateboarders: Punks,...

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