Swimming

Swimming

January 28, 2011 • Kate Elwick, Editor  
Filed under Activities and Athletics

            Working with a new coach and having a generally younger team this year, one could easily jump to the conclusion that the Woods Cross Swim team is not as successful as it has been in the past. The swimmers seem to be holding their own this year, however, as the teams have been timing... Read more »

WX Girls Swim Team Makes History

WX Girls Swim Team Makes History

January 28, 2011 • Sydnee Willis and Trent Madsen, Reporters  
Filed under Activities and Athletics, Student Life

            The girls swim team made history on Friday when they won the Region Championship for the first time in Woods Cross history. All the girls worked so hard to achieve this accomplishment. Katie Jowers said, “We put in the time and effort to win, and came together as a team.”  Winning... Read more »

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!

January 26, 2011  
Filed under Uncategorized

Stress In High School

Stress In High School

January 24, 2011 • Kate Martinson, Reporter  
Filed under Opinion

     We all know that high school is one of the best times in our lives, but it can also be the most stressful. Having challenging schoolwork and also having to worry about starting a career can detriment the well-being of any student.      One of the unhealthy ways that teenagers deal with stress... Read more »

The Bright Future of Debate

The Bright Future of Debate

January 20, 2011 • Jason Lund, Reporter  
Filed under Student Life

     The Arizona Immigration law (SB1070), is a very controversial topic, and is subject to some debate. Topics such as this come up in everyday situations quite often. Some students enjoy debating, and for this demographic, the Woods Cross Debate Team gives a great opportunity to further understanding... Read more »

A Wildcat Victory- The Academic Olympiads

A Wildcat Victory- The Academic Olympiads

January 6, 2011 • Tanner Johnston, Reporter  
Filed under Student Life

     It’s quiet, and everyone is focused.  Everyone is focused on a question on a screen at the front of the room, asking who the 2010 Nobel Prize winner was for the development of in vitro fertilization.  One student from the 26 schools of northern Utah are scribbling down the answer and handing... Read more »

Tessa Sommer

January 6, 2011 • Sheri Kinder, Co-Editor  
Filed under Student Life

  Someone who loves math and has an outstanding ability in that field of expertise is a rare find, but Tessa Sommer does not lack in arithmetic talent. Tessa is a bright senior who loves to focus on her school work. With this work comes the new responsibility of being a Sterling Scholar.      Tessa... Read more »

Juliana Gonzalez

January 5, 2011 • Kate Elwick, Editor  
Filed under Student Life

     Many Woods Cross students have had the pleasure of meeting new student Juliana Gonzalez. She was originally from Colombia and plans to attend Woods Cross for the entirety of this year as an exchange student.      Despite the overwhelming experience of moving to a different country with a... Read more »

Emily Kime

January 5, 2011 • Jen Anderson, Reporter  
Filed under Student Life

     Although the youngest of eleven children, Emily Kime confidently stands out and expresses herself through her innumerable talents, high-spirited personality, and unique style.      Whether reading a 5-inch thick historical novel, debating about politics, sketching abstract Chinese men, painting,... Read more »

Nightmare On Wildcat Way

Nightmare On Wildcat Way

January 5, 2011 • Kate Martinson, Reporter  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life

     Every year, Woods Cross is graced with the opportunity to watch the productions that Janet Cook and the drama department create. This year, the Dinner Theater showed us one of those great productions.      In October, for the spooky holiday, the Haunted Music Review performed and stunned... Read more »

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