Time Out By Joe Ostrica The West Shore Conference has gone through its share of changes since it was first formed in the 2005-06 school year. With Avon -one of the original WSC teams – leaving to join the Southwestern Conference at the start of the 2015-16 school year, and now four WSC schools filing [...]
By Nicole Hennessy Westlake In partnership with The Civic Commons, West Life will be gathering a different group of people from the Westshore community each week and ask them a question related to the 2012 political season. This week, we asked a group of Westlake High School seniors “What do you wish the candidates were [...]
The passing years and his short tenure in the White House led James Garfield – and his promise as president – to be largely forgotten by Americans. But the loss of the president affected Americans deeply at the time, author Candice Millard says.
Meagan Steed North Olmsted If someone were to tell me that the summer before my senior year of college I would have both an internship at a local newspaper and a position at a local millinery shop, Studio St. Marie, I would have thought they were crazy. I had a wonderful time working with the [...]