Costa Ricans On Campus

Here at Western Reserve Academy, we celebrate our differences and diversity among the student body and faculty, and opportunities to learn more about cultures that are not our own flood our halls in service projects and exchange programs. This year, we proudly showcased several girls from Costa Rica, and one small boy named Fernando who … Continue reading

Group of Students Attend Diversity Conference at Camp Wise

Over the weekend before the long anticipated Mid-Fall Break, four eager Reserve students had the amazing opportunity to attend a diversity conference at Camp Wise. Kia Ruffin ‘17, Makena Hayes ‘17, Joseph Jordan ‘18, and Judy Yin ‘19 traveled to Camp Wise in Chardon, Ohio to take part in a diversity conference that focused on … Continue reading

Fun Home Review

Imagine the situation of a homosexual. It should come as no mystery that figuring out his sexuality and sharing it with his loved ones is a hard thing for him to do in this day and age. How old is this person you have imagined? A teenager in high school or college? I invite you … Continue reading

Hurricane Matthew Strikes Coast

Here in Hudson, Ohio, we have had mostly calm weather as of lately, but many have no doubt heard of the devastation wrought by the recent Hurricane Matthew. Matthew was a Category 5 hurricane—the first Atlantic Category 5 hurricane since 2007—that formed on September 28 and continued until October 10. The hurricane affected most of … Continue reading

Clown Hysteria in Northeast Ohio

A wave of clown hysteria is sweeping our nation in the last few months. Sightings of these creepy carnival carnies are coming in from all over the United States. The first account of clown mayhem came from Greenville, South Carolina. Multiple clowns allegedly appeared behind Fleetwood Manor Apartments and attempted to lure frightened kids into … Continue reading

Bad News Browns

Another NFL season, another year the Cleveland Browns remove themselves from playoff contention before November. Through the first seven games of the season, the Browns are the only winless team remaining in the NFL. To begin with the positive though, Cleveland’s offense has not been all that bad. The offensive line took a hit due … Continue reading

Green Key Hosts Presidential Debates

With no election in recent American history being as divisive as the 2016 presidential race, it is only natural that student interest has been piqued. With the rise of such student-run clubs as Young Democrats, Young Republicans, and the new Liberal Socialists, many Pioneers are getting political for the first time. Although the majority of … Continue reading

WRA’s First Open House Welcomes Potential Students

Western Reserve Academy hosted its first Open House of the 2016-2017 school year on October 9, allowing dozens of prospective students to get a firsthand look at Reserve life and learn more about the school before application season. From 1:00 to 3:30 on that bright Sunday afternoon, a grand total of forty-seven students visited the … Continue reading

Omigod, Omigod, You Guys!

A playboy bunny, two adorable dogs, sorority girls, and a whole lot of bending and snapping—The Western Reserve Academy community experienced all this plus more this past Halloween weekend. The comedic musical, Legally Blonde, came alive on our very own KFAC stage as there was plenty acting, singing, and dancing to go around. The first … Continue reading

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