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ACT Retesting Options

Cadence Kauffman, Staff

June 9, 2020

Every year the junior class are required to take the ACT. For many of those juniors a minimum ACT score is needed for them to attend a specific university, or to receive scholarships. Often, because of this, many juniors have...

Seniors Class of 2020 Cope with Covid

Madelyn Shell, Newspaper Staff

May 6, 2020

The majority of seniors have been anticipating the arrival of their senior year. Senior athletes look forward to their last season and take that as motivation to give it their all. A majority of the seniors look forward to goin...

Our Minds In Quarantine

Cadence Kauffman, Staff writer

May 2, 2020

Quarantine has been a constant struggle since day one. From getting used to working from home, to figuring out how to deal with your siblings, COVID-19 has been far from an easy ride and shows no signs of getting better any ...

Caps off for the early grads

Eric Tyulyandin, Head Design Editor

May 8, 2019

The American Institute of Research reports that 81 percent of early-college high school students enrolled into a college of some sort, compared with 72 percent of students in a control group who did not attend early-college hi...

The thought of sleep is drifting away

Eric Tyulyandin, Head Design Editor

March 28, 2019

People should spend about one-third or more of their day sleeping, albeit teens are sleeping less, down to one-fourth of their day, according to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. There are many reasons why they might not be a...

Students vote for the first time

DelRae Steiner, Co-Head Editor

November 20, 2018

        With the 2018 North Dakota midterms around the corner, many West Fargo High School students are taking to the polls for the very first time. While the election might not be a presidential one, the midterm still has an i...

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