Bright lights. Loud cheers. But the only thing #7 is focused on is the field. He scans the opposing team’s..
Monthly Archives: November 2017
Varsity girls volleyball defeated Chino 3-0 in a home game Tuesday, Oct. 24. The team ended with a season record..
Coming from a new school I observed that Walnut provided students access to interact with individuals of other ethnicities but..
Explore a variety of events to attend throughout the month of November. From near to far and from free to..
Dear Evan Hansen, an original Broadway musical created by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (lyricists of La La Land) and..
As high school students, we often choose the paths that seem the most promising. To many, academics is often the..
We’re all too familiar with sleep deprivation, rigorous schedules, demanding homework loads, borderline grades, fatigue, procrastination, family issues…the list can..
They’re at practically every event, from football games to pep rallies and assemblies. Known for their flips and mid-air splits,..
Nine days. Seventeen workshops. Two hospital trips. Altogether, one life-changing and career-altering experience. Seniors Melissa Flores and Edmund Garcia attended..
Cheering and applause was all that filled the air around her that night. That night, junior Sabrina Chou was crowned..
With hearty smiles and piggy banks, members of Interact and Pencils of Promise are helping children in need. Walnut High..
How often do you think? Not the few minutes in the shower or the few seconds before you sleep, but..