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The Catalyst

The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

Kaitlin Reynolds

Kaitlin Reynolds, News Director

Katie is a senior and this is her first full year on the CATalyst staff. She enjoys writing stories, but more importantly, she loves having the opportunity to meet new people. Her interest in finding unique stories and sharing them with others is what drew her to Journalism. Outside of Journalism, Katie is the Prowler Yearbook Editor-in-Chief, Student Council President and Millard West School Board Representative. She is also involved in Senior Class Board and National Honor Society.

All content by Kaitlin Reynolds

The final bow

May 5, 2022
The new sitcom series, Abbott Elementary, provides comical entertainment while bringing attention to serious issues in education.

All for Abbott

April 29, 2022
On the set of the Hulu Original series, “Endlings” freshman Cale Ferrin plays the role of Finn alongside his co-actress Michela Luci. Ferrin spent 10 months in Guelph, Ontario filming the show that premiered in January of 2020. “I have a good understanding of how sets and crews work and how much goes into the production of a show,” Ferrin said. “It’s fascinating to me and I hope to eventually learn to write and produce my own work.”

Casting Cale

March 15, 2022

Calling his future

February 9, 2022
Students need more culturally diverse books in schools in order to represent all students and foster a more accepting future.

Books are breeding bias

December 2, 2021

Amplifying inclusion

November 11, 2021

Finding French culture

November 9, 2021

Cooking up creations

October 21, 2021

Coding for kids

October 6, 2021

Lunchtime frenzy

September 17, 2021
The cast of the fall play, Southern Hospitality, meets with an accent coach over Zoom to perfect their southern accents for the show and create cohesiveness between one another. Each actor was able to test out ways to manipulate their voice and practiced a variety of different sounds. “We learned how we can change our voices by something as simple as the move of a tongue,” junior Kaden Frazier said. “Having everyone talk with the same accent really made the show pop out and made the town of Fayro feel like a real community.”

Acting with accents

September 16, 2021
Jungle Cruise made its way to the theaters on July 30, 2021.

Cruising into new content

September 3, 2021
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