Weinzierl Winds Up Back at WRA

This new school year Western Reserve Academy gained multiple new faculty members, one of them being Michael Weinzierl ’11. Michael is familiar with the school as he is a WRA alum, but this year he is joining the school as an intern. After graduating from the WRA, Weinzierl came to the realization of its massive … Continue reading

Higher Education: What’s the Cost?

Higher education, as its comparative adjective suggests, was not intended to be accessible for everyone. Indeed, throughout United States history, colleges and universities were limited; they were not a predominant aspect in the lives of USA’s citizens, nor its society. Things have changed drastically, however. Since the latter half of the 20th century; the presence … Continue reading

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Review

This movie follows the life of a teenage girl named Lara Jean as she struggles to deal with her own personal life and her romantic life. First, Lara Jean’s older sister leaves for college in Scotland and leaves her feeling lonely. Not only that, but her mom died when she was young. Then as if … Continue reading

Crazy Rich Asians Review

When I first encountered the trailer for Crazy Rich Asians while scrolling through YouTube, I had thought, Great, another white director who was going to stereotype Asians into a whitewashed cheesy af movie. Needless to say, I did not watch the trailer and it eventually faded from my memory. Flash forward to a couple months … Continue reading

Incredibles 2 Review

The Incredibles 2. Superheroes are coming back with Elastigirl as the lead figure. However, a new villain has risen as well, using the power of technology to control people’s minds. The Parrs must not only defeat Screen Slaver but also deal with their own problems. Okay, I know reviews should start with the positives, but … Continue reading

2018 World Cup Takes Place in Russia

Every four years, fans around the world gather in a host nation to celebrate soccer’s most talented athletes and countries in a tournament filled with unexpected early exits and breakthrough nations all around. The Russia World Cup this year was no different. In fact, many would argue that the action had started long before the … Continue reading

Moynahan Named Head Football Coach

As preseason dawned upon the Western Reserve Academy community, the athletic department named a new football coach: Jimmy Moynahan. Moynahan had been an assistant coach for the two seasons prior. Following the departure of former head coach Dan Larocco, Moynahan hopes to instill a winning culture and continue the team’s recent success. Moynahan and his … Continue reading

Athlete Spotlight – Evan Bongers

Evan Bongers ’19 has proved to have a strong presence as an athlete for the Western Reserve Academy Pioneers ever since he stepped on the lawn’s wide sweep as a freshman. Whether it’s on the football field, the basketball court, or the lacrosse field, Bongers, or as his teammates call him, Dennis, is a force … Continue reading

2018 Cleveland Browns Season Outlook

Since 1999, the Cleveland Browns have played a total of twenty-nine different starting quarterbacks, and they have produced an embarrassing 72-216 record. In the last nine years, five different head coaches have been at the helm of a pathetic football team. Nevertheless, the Cleveland Browns will be the Super Bowl LIII champions. Our Brownies have … Continue reading

Bob Ross ECHO: A Happy Accident

Every year, students at Western Reserve Academy are faced with the challenge of choosing their ECHO classes for the following year. From learning about women in business with Ms. Thews to cooking using chemistry with Mr. BB, the options seem endless. However, for many students, a new class caught their attention. “I really wanted the … Continue reading

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