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The Catalyst

The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

Leah Pickhinke

Leah Pickhinke, Staff Reporter

Leah is a sophomore at Millard West and this is her first year on staff. She plays volleyball for Millard West and is excited to help out the Catalyst with volleyball being included in the broadcasts. She would like to focus on change locally or within the school building, and enjoys informing people about recent events, hence her deciding to join the Catalyst staff.

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“Bullet Train,” leaves viewers amazed by the unpredictable plot and the action-packed intensity of the film.

Never ending train ride

December 15, 2022
I got to create a video that used time lapse while talking about my artist, junior Addison Kramer said. I recreated one of Pieter Bruegels artworks called The Fall of the Rebel Angels

A deeper dive into art

December 12, 2022
Mock elections are held every year in the month of November to allow students to share where their political standpoints are and to get a say early on in the democracy.

Students getting a say

November 11, 2022
Actress Naomi Watts takes the cover of the new Netflix series, The Watcher

House of horrors

October 28, 2022
Every year a different number of students from all three Millard high schools qualify for a National Merit Scholarship. This years semi-finalists are Anderson Kelly and Riya Kulkarni representing Millard West. It takes a lot of hard work and motivation to earn this scholarship, senior Riya Kulkarni said. I just keep pushing myself to my greatest academic level because you can never stop achieving.

Achieving great things

October 10, 2022
Junior and senior Wildcats working separately to create 3D form room models. There are so many skills that can go into an interior design project, senior Aubrey Sause said. It helps students be more creative with interior design and do something different when creating/working for other peoples likes and dislikes.

Dream rooms in the making

September 26, 2022
Gathering together

Gathering together

September 7, 2022

Hard word pays off

August 26, 2022
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