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Standing in front of an American flag, senior Aiden Schollmeyer poses for a photo. He hopes to attend the Naval Academy and enter the Navy after high school before he enters the medical field, but for now, he is taking steps to prepare. “I'm still working out and working long days, as well as learning different leadership styles and traits from several resources available to me,” Schollmeyer said. “The Naval Academy will give me a Bachelors in science and hopefully the Navy will allow me to pursue a medical career later in life.”

Soon to be in service

Morgan Weir, Opinions Editor
April 19, 2021
Spanish teacher Ryan Sutter looks back on his time at Millard West with one of his most memorable classes.

Goodbye, good luck & thank you

Brooke Sliva , Staff Reporter
April 16, 2021
Senior Sam Falter walks down the red runway showing off his camo outfit. Falter has participated in five fashion weeks in the past three years.

Strutting into spring style

Jenna Reynolds, Features Editor and Co-anchor
April 5, 2021
Raising the bar

Raising the bar

Annabelle Harshbarger, Staff Reporter
March 29, 2021
Kayla posts often on her TikTok for her large following so she can both maintain and grow her following. After she went viral a few times, her following has skyrocketed and her followers love watching videos of her and her boyfriend. “Some of my videos got tons of views,” Kayla said. “So then I just kept making more and then my account kept growing. I feel that I influence others based off of a healthy relationship that others can look up to.”

Very viral

Jenna Reynolds, Features Editor and Co-anchor
March 25, 2021
Horrocks talks to a client about scheduling a stay for their pup. She works as a receptionist at the  Paw Spa Pet Resort just off of 168th and Harrison.

Never a ruff time

Jenna Reynolds, Features Editor and Co-anchor
March 17, 2021
Looking ahead to college, senior Jon Willis leaves behind an extensive legacy of commentating at Millard West.

Leaving a legacy

Edison Geiler, MWHS Wildcat News Editor-in-Chief
March 15, 2021
Clamping all the wood pieces together, senior Thomas Detlefsen wanted to get an idea for how his guitar would look semi-completed, without using glue. He just finished sanding the body of the guitar and had few more things to add to it. “Here I finished sanding on my body and decided to dry clamp all my wood pieces together without any glue along with a few pieces of hardware to get a rough idea of what the guitar would look like when it’s finally complete,” Detlefsen said. “After the whole process, it was satisfying to finally see it come together and start to look like a finished project, especially one that so closely resembles the original guitar it’s based on.”

Stringing innovation

Jordan Bakar, Staff Reporter
March 11, 2021
Senior Ceibhionn Stevens films a video, encouraging students to complete their FAFSA. Stevens and a handful of theater students help create these advertisements for EducationQuest. “I heard about this opportunity through my drama director, Mrs. Phillips,” Stevens said. “She has approached me and two other seniors because she felt we were dedicated drama students who would be able to contribute how EdQuest needed.”

A quest for experience

Kaden Roth, Staff Reporter
March 11, 2021
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