Mrs. Buck Enrolls as a PG

Mr. Buck Enrolls as a PG-Grace Grapes   The 2019-2020 school year brought with it a host of new additions to the WRA faculty, one of the most memorable being Mrs. Suzzane Walker Buck, the new Head of School. Mrs. Buck and her administration instituted many new changes, pushing for more options that would hopefully … Continue reading

Students Who Don’t Care—Where Are They Now?

Students Who Don’t Care—Where Are They Now?-Queen Quince They were made famous by their announcement at the WRAP (the premiere late-night talk show here at Western Reserve Academy), but where are they now? WRA’s newest club, Students Who Don’t Care, opened with a bang – and a pie to the face of Carter Frato-Sweeney ’22. … Continue reading

Top 10 Napping Spots on Campus

Top 10 Napping Spots on Campus-Kitty Kiwi 10. MAC concessions. Honestly not the best place to take a nap because of how many people walk past and how loud the MAC usually is, but we work with what we’ve got. 9. Ellsworth dining hall. Also not ideal, but it would be nice if you have … Continue reading

Horoscopes

Horoscopes-Crystal Coconut Aries: Watch out– the MAC will no longer be open before classes. The future looks dark for your gains. Leo: The stars have aligned, your classmates will no longer get mad at you for letting juniors in the senior space. Sagittarius: Bad luck befalls you. You definitely used “get” twice in that Warner … Continue reading

Mrs. Skinner Begins Rapping to Educate the Student Body

Mrs. Skinner Begins Rapping to Educate the Student Body-Micky Mozzarella In the past few school years at Western Reserve Academy, the student body has been put through more music-related trauma than necessary. Without naming names, let’s just say that musicals and music videos have shed their fair share of negative light. The students of Reserve … Continue reading

Students Take New Precautions amid Fire Alarm Concerns

Students Take New Precautions amid Fire Alarm Concerns-Sasha Starfruit This year at WRA has been fraught with changes and challenges faced by faculty and students alike. From the new administration to a complete revamping of Seymour to the coronavirus epidemic, life in the WRA community has transformed into an emotional (and physical when observing some … Continue reading

The Return of Stephen Markley

After author Stephen Markley left campus last month in a cloud of (suspicious smelling) smoke, many wondered if he would ever grace the hallowed halls of Western Reserve Academy, again. Yet, he returned just last week for another visit. This time, he shook up the campus even more. Markley started off his official visit with … Continue reading

Joker

October 4th saw the release of this year’s perhaps most anticipated DC Comics film: Joker. Before going to see the film with Mr. Borneman and my sister, I was prepared to be let down. My previous outings to give DC films a first (Man of Steel), second (Batman vs. Superman), third (Suicide Squad), and fourth … Continue reading

Minecon & Mario Kart Tour

The end of September marked a turning point for two massive video game franchises: Mario Kart and Minecraft. Mario Kart, Nintendo’s family-friendly racing series, released a new game in the franchise called Mario Kart Tour, the first mobile game in it. Minecraft, the blocky open-world game and the best selling game of all time, held … Continue reading

Spider Man Split (SPOILERS!)

For the real fans who have seen Far from Home, you might recall that the movie’s plot surrounds Peter Parker (a.k.a. SPIDER-MAN) as he takes a class trip to Europe. Like any other regular teen, he deals with crushes, bullies, and a two-faced illusion-armed villain dubbed Mysterio. Still, Peter overcomes all of this, saves the … Continue reading