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The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

With record COVID-19 cases across Omaha, masking is a critical safety measure in schools.

Follow the mask mandate

Morgan Weir, Editor-in-Chief
January 24, 2022
While the booster vaccines are being distributed throughout the nation, Pfizer is also making sure to achieve its mission at a local level. Starting Friday, Oct. 29, Hy-Vee, Walgreens, and other local pharmaceutical companies will provide boosters for those who qualify.

A boost to reduce

Quinn Burton, Staff Reporter
November 8, 2021
Everyone should continue to do whatever they can to slow the spread of COVID-19, whether that be through masking, sanitizing, vaccinating or social distancing.

Do your part to slow the spread

Morgan Weir, Catalyst Editor-in-Chief
September 16, 2021
Many student’s enjoy going out to eat for lunch. Senior Dillon Von Freiberg enjoys his time off at Taco Bell. “When in doubt I always go to Taco Bell,” Von Freiberg said. “You can really never go wrong with anything, but I personally get the steak quesadilla.”

Open campus from COVID

Nolan Nemitz, Staff Reporter
September 13, 2021
Quarterbacks Mike White (7) and Dak Prescott (4) hone in on their skills during a training camp in 2018. Prescott would go on to have a gruesome, season ending injury in 2020. After accepting a record breaking offer from Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys, Prescott hopes to set the league on fire and be the next Comeback Player Of The Year. Photo by Creative Commons.

The turf or the chair

Logan Moseley, Staff Reporter
April 22, 2021
As a way to spread awareness and support of their cause, groups in support of AAPI spread infographics, statistics, and resources. People share these on social media and educate others.

Stop the hate

Brenna Batchelder, Staff Reporter
April 16, 2021

CORONA-versary

Dana Summers and
March 25, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most sports were forced to play games with empty stadiums to keep all players, coaches and staff safe. The atmosphere from the time we came out of the tunnel was unlike anything any of us have felt, said New England Patriots cornerback Jason McCourty. “You cant really envision what an NFL game is like without fans. This felt more like a high school scrimmage.”

A year to remember

Joseph Ebmeier, Staff Reporter
March 19, 2021
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