New Dress Code: The Sloppier, The Better

New Dress Code: The Sloppier, The Better Granny Kiwi ’22Managing Editor In a world where virtual events allow for sweatpants during even the most important of meetings, Western Reserve Academy has decided to accommodate this new change in how students must dress. This past year, the school expanded the dress code to include jeans, which … Continue reading

Track Team Sleeps Way to Victory

Track Team Sleeps Way to Victory Granny Kiwi ’22Managing Editor Running is way overrated. The only time you will catch me running is when there’s a bear chasing me, or when I’m late to my first period class (and sometimes not even then). What boggles me, and many others I am sure, is the idea … Continue reading

Volleyball Works Towards Victory

 Volleyball Works Towards Victory  Annie Cui ’22Contributing Writer  This season was definitely not a typical one, especially for volleyball as it is one of the only fall sports that had consistent practices indoors. Practicing in an enclosed space was worrying to some players and parents; there were even talks of wearing masks during games! However, … Continue reading

Cross Country Runs the Show

 Cross Country Runs the Show  Annie Cui ’22Editor  The cross country teams had their first (and last) meet this past month. The girls team won their meet 18 – 43 against Laurel. Our talented runners who placed as varsity are Elba Heddesheimer (1st), Paige Bodnar (2nd), Ellie McGregor (3rd), Nora Namiotka (5th), Tanvi Shah (7th), … Continue reading

Brandt Aker Decides to PG Again

Brandt Aker Decides to PG Again-Alex Avocado With the introduction of the coronavirus into American society, hordes of students are suffering. This illness not only takes lives, but it is also stealing the most anticipated part of high school from the class of 2020. Their senior slide is more like a slanted chair, prom is … Continue reading

Expedition to China

While Western Reserve Academy offers many eye opening experiences, this month long trip to China was a rare opportunity. However, the application process for this trip was not as simple as one might wish. Several weeks before their departure, current seniors Flora Jiang ‘19 and Madison Lin ‘19 had to complete a long form, write … Continue reading