• December 5Follow us on Instagram @MWHS.Catalyst
  • October 5Follow us on Twitter @MWHSCatalyst for Breaking News

The Catalyst

Jenna Reynolds

Jenna Reynolds, Staff Reporter

Jenna is a junior and this is her first year being a part of the Advanced Journalism staff. She is a member of the National Honor Society and is the VP of Public Relations for Junior Class Board. Outside of school she coaches Girls on the Run, a program for elementary school girls. Some of her hobbies include reading, shopping, hanging out with friends, volunteering and traveling.

All content by Jenna Reynolds
Senior Dustin Hatch shoots at state basketball. He played tennis his freshman year, football sophomore through senior basketball all four years and track all four years in order to achieve his Iron Cat award.

More than iron

May 4, 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

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

March 17, 2021

Spreading inclusion

March 10, 2021
Senior Paige Fortney poses for pictures to show off the newest trends on her Instagram.

Retro reemerges

March 9, 2021
Senior Zach Coleman speaks about his intentions for college. The signing day is an important day for athletes to make their college decision official. “I signed with Wayne State College,” Coleman said. “Signing is important to me because growing up signing day was always my favorite event during a football offseason.”

Indicating their intent

February 8, 2021

Donations fur the dogs

February 2, 2021
Senior Dominic Zohlen practices the piano. He taught himself to play by ear and also sings along with it. “Several months ago, I decided I wanted to pursue music even further by writing, producing, and uploading my own music for everyone to enjoy,” Zohlen said. “I use a Digital Audio Workstation called Reaper to record and produce my music.”

Musical marvel

January 21, 2021
Shreeya is pictured wearing her new Indian clothes with the rangoli her mom and her made. She celebrated Diwali “festival of lights” on November 14th. “This day celebrates the return on Rama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and his wife Sita, an avatar of Goddess Lakshmi, to Ayodhya,” senior Shreeya Mishra said. “ After his 14 years in exile, Rama returns after defeating the evil Ravana, which is why this day celebrates good over evil. Because of their return the residents of Ayodhya had a celebration and lit clay lamps.”

Fancy festival

December 3, 2020

Turkey War

November 19, 2020

Renfro Boneyard

October 30, 2020

An event to tie-dye

October 28, 2020
Netflix releases their newest comedy horror movie starring Adam Sandler and other familiar faces.

Hardly horror

October 13, 2020
Senior Jackson Lagemann goes to the gym every day to lift and workout. He has been going to the gym since middle school, where he lost 40 pounds and gained it all back in muscle. “My main focus in fitness has been bodybuilding,” Lagemann said. “A lot of what I post can be translated into strength training, conditioning or weight loss.”

As he sees fit

September 29, 2020

MWHS Wildcat News 09.18.20

September 18, 2020

MWHS Wildcat News 09.11.20

September 10, 2020
Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Student News Site of Millard West High School
Jenna Reynolds