Faculty Turnover Turns Heads: We Deserve to Know

Western Reserve Academy is a place of tough goodbyes. It is no secret that a bad mistake can have someone on a flight home before there’s even time for proper goodbyes to be had. One can never know if the student next to her in class, or even her teacher for that matter, will still … Continue reading

Kayle’s Column – March

Should you study the easier or harder subjects first? Personally, I think you should always study the harder subjects first. If you think about it, the easy subjects are easier to you because you already know them. Why waste your time studying something you already feel comfortable? You should focus your time on getting familiar … Continue reading

Pioneer Pep Band: James Doh

Great basketball teams, loud student crowds, and supportive parents are not everything to a basketball game. This 2016-2017 school year, Mr. Will Talaba, the music director at Western Reserve Academy, has come up with the great idea of providing even more support for our basketball teams: The Pioneer Pep Band. The Pioneer Pep Band is … Continue reading

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in Review

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, directed by Gareth Edwards, is the first movie in the Star Wars franchise not entitled Episode #. The movie follows Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones), as she joins the rebels on a mission to infiltrate the Empire. Joining her are: Cassian Andor (Diego Luna), a pilot of the Rebellion; Bodhi … Continue reading

The Coin: America First Will Finally Make America Great Again

Over the past 30 years, America has witnessed the hemorrhaging of its jobs, a weakening of its borders, a foreign policy that has left the nation trillions of dollars in debt, and a weakening of foreign relations. Donald Trump saw the problems that plagued our country and ran a campaign that would shake up Washington … Continue reading

Nationalism and World Order: “America First”?

RAGE Two main schools of thought have dominated the foreign policy of every U.S. administration post-1991, be it the realist neoconservatism of Cheney or the liberal institutionalism of the Clintons. Regardless, both approaches reflect an unwavering commitment to allies and the ideals of open markets and societies; at its core, an economic and security framework … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight: Ben Kishore

Here at Western Reserve Academy, we are fortunate to be amongst the presence of many creative and talented artists. One of these individuals is Ben Kishore. During his time at Reserve, Kishore has actively pursued individual work in the field of photography. Kishore owes his initial interest in photography to his mother: “My mom got … Continue reading

Rap God Malik Speaks: A Review of Culture

Migos, for those unfamiliar with the band, is a trio of Atlanta rappers: Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff. A few weeks ago, they released their long-awaited second album, Culture. At first listen, it sounded like an album out of Future’s writing book. It had the similar “trap rap” narrative he is known for, stylized by rhythmic … Continue reading

The Record Moves From Paper To Pixel

The Reserve Record, the longest running-newspaper in historic Hudson, Ohio recently entered cyberspace. The editing staff felt with an increasingly digital world, the Reserve Record needed to evolve with the changing world of news. Therefore, Peter Campanelli ’18 and the Reserve Record staff created a website in order to make the news more accessible to … Continue reading

Need Some Tips On Preparing For Tests?

Are your study skills atrocious? Do you procrastinate until the night before the test? Do you cram five minutes before an exam and end up crying in a puddle of notecards and abandoned dreams for a successful future? Then you’ve come to the right place, you hot mess! Here’s a few tips on how to … Continue reading

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