Ellie and Jack Olmanson

Ellie and Jack Olmanson

Maggie Reese, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017


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  Seniors Ellie and Jack Olmanson will both be attending the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana in the fall.   “It didn’t really factor into my decision on whether or not Jack and I would go to the same school,” said Ellie. “Any campus would have been big enough where...

Natalia Poteryakhin

Natalia Poteryakhin

Maggie Reese, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017


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  Junior Natalia Poteryakhin won a Scholastic Art award and a scholarship to a three week summer camp at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.   “I was recognized at the State level, and received a separate full-ride scholarship to the MCAD summer camp,” says Poteryakhin. “One of...

Carly Quast

Carly Quast

Caroline Helmken, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017


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  Senior Carly Quast is one of the few students at Wayzata High School to be participating in a Division One (D1) sport for her college endeavors, said Quast.   Quast started getting recruited by college scouts as early as July 1st of her junior year, and earlier this year, accepted the offer...

Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein

Caroline Hansen, Senior Staff Writer

June 1, 2017


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  Bassist Sam Goldstein, a sophomore at Wayzata High School, has earned a spot in the School of Rock All-Stars.   The School of Rock is a performance-based music school that offers after-school and summer programs to help kids learn to play and improve their skills.   The All-Stars are...

Saee Patel

Saee Patel

Joe Kottke, Senior Staff Writer

June 1, 2017


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  Wayzata speech team made history this past month, taking their first trip to Nationals in Kansas City, Missouri. Saee Patel has been a captain of the team since her sophomore year due to achievements during finals as a freshman, which are unusual for ninth graders, Patel said.   This year,...

The Twin Cities’ Greatest Record Stores

The Twin Cities’ Greatest Record Stores

Caroline Hansen, Music Columnist

March 20, 2017


Filed under Columns, Features, Music

Since its creation in the late 1800s, people have obsessed over vinyl records. While many try to argue that the vinyl craze ended with the invention of easier to use methods like the cassette, CD, and MP3, it’s simply not true. In recent years, records have gone through a rebirth of sorts, with an...

The Purpose of the Drug Issue

The Editors

January 23, 2017


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Before we started this issue, the editorial board discussed the prominence of drug and alcohol use at Wayzata High School. We decided on stories to address the issues that we feel are prevalent at Wayzata, whether they are common knowledge or not. The goal of this drug issue is to examine the different...

Drug Infographic

Drug Infographic

Chloe Winston, Center Spread Editor

January 20, 2017


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Kallie Debelak

Kylie Bolter, Opinion Editor

December 13, 2016


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Senior Kalie Debelak has interests in varying mediums ranging from drawing and photography to theatrical arts like choir. “I’ve always loved all types of art. I always used to doodle and draw and then that just turned into more fined tuned drawing,” said Debelak. “Photography was just something...

Paige Jaeger

Shelby Johnson, Staff Writer

December 13, 2016


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Although art is commonly seen as a visual form or expression, others have stepped up to the plate and made their own art refraining from just drawing, painting, and more. That unique form of art is singing and theater, as it takes a lot of courage to conquer such a skill. Senior Paige Jaeger found her p...

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