The Night of One Acts

West Clermont High School is proud to present their very first play production, The Night of One Acts! The students have been working long and hard and it is finally here! Everything is put on by the students. All set pieces were designed and constructed, makeup and costumes designers, lights, sound board, house managers, and ushers are students. The play was directed and casted by Bridget Handkins. The NOOA is consisted of three fairly short, hilarious, one act shows. Starting off the night will be “Competition Piece”. A short play about the struggles of three different groups of students preparing for a one act play contest. Come watch to find out which group wins! The preps? The metal heads? Or the hipsters? After “Competition Piece” there will be a 10 minute intermission. No concessions will be offered. Right after intermission they will hop right into “Check Please”. “Check Please” a comical skit about a series of horrible first dates. Everything that could possible go wrong goes wrong. After “Check Please” is “Nine Worst Breakups”. Follow Katie right after her breakup as Eve shows the nine worst breakups in order to prove that Katie wasn’t that bad. Each breakup being just as funny as the next. The NOOA will take place Thursday, November 2nd, in WCHS auditorium. The play will start at 7:00, make sure to show up early to get good seats! There will be absolutely no food in the auditorium and all phones must be turned off. Make sure to come out and support the WCHS drama production on Thursday evening, Also click to see the NOOA commercial.

9 Last Minute Halloween Costumes

With Halloween right around the corner, it may be difficult to find a costume that you’d be willing to wear in public without the fear of someone wearing the same thing as you. Coming up with your own costume is the simple solution, and it can be really easy if you get a few ideas. So here is a list of easy costumes that you can throw together last minute, but still win best costume at any party.

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WWI Memorial Cross To Be Torn Down After Controversy

The First World War was one of the deadliest and life changing wars in history next to the second World War and the Civil War, and with this it’s a piece of history. Teenagers will probably always learn about it in schools, veterens’ family members will remember their loved ones who served, and memorials scattered all around the world will also honor them. One of these said memorials has been struck by some controversy though, and has been voted to be torn down.

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Two Neutron Stars Collide

Space is one of life’s greatest mysteries, and many have dedicated their lives to studying its vast expanses. The reaches beyond our planet hold many secrets and fascinating sights, including one only just recently observed; the collision of two neutron stars. This event has been talked about, but scientists have never actually been able to observe the rare phenomenon until recently. The observation, made last Monday, gave some scientists the answers they have been looking for.

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Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week began after the murder of DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena who was kidnapped and tortured in 1985. They also kidnapped his pilot Alfredo Zavala-Avelar. Camarena had been working undercover for 4 years in Guadalajara, Mexico. His works led to the discovery of a multi-million dollar narcotics operation in Chihuahua, Mexico. After the men were found dead, friends and neighbors began to wear red ribbons in his honor. The ribbon symbolizes prevention of drug use in order to reduce the demand of illegal drugs. When he wanted to join the Drug Enforcement Administration his mother tried to talk him out of it but he said, “I’m only one person but I want to make a difference.” 

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West Clermont Cheerleading Senior Night Photos

The West Clermont Senior Cheerleaders Night was on October 20th. There are 8 girls that were recognized on friday. Those girls are Emma Alsip, Abbey Gullet, Kendall Tucker, Lauren Kresser, Brianna Hamilton, Tara Redmond, Olivia Fahey, and Haley Uhl. These girls walked out with their families to hug the coaches and go in line with their team.

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