The Paw Print

Juliette Gomez: The Makeup Magician

Juliette Gomez: The Makeup Magician

Mina Jang, Editorials Editor

May 18, 2018

   Connecting over Kat Von D, listening to a walking, living, breathing example of passion itself: To interview senior Juliette Gomez was an awe-inspiring experience. Currently in cosmetology school and receiving a license in April, Gomez spoke to me about her upcoming plans (such as college), the ev...

Bathroom Raves: The New Wave

Bathroom Raves: The New Wave

Sophia Kriegel, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

   West Ranch High School students have taken a high interest in a new and exciting style of music: electro. This head-bumping genre encompasses techno, electro and “rave” music. As it has grown in popularity, students around campus have traded in their headphones for speakers and their bedrooms...

Trump Fails the APUSH Exam

Trump Fails the APUSH Exam

Sophia Kriegel, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

   President of the United States Donald Trump has taken a break from his plush oval office chair and stepped back into the classroom — an 11th grade classroom to be exact. He decided to prove himself as an informed political figure by taking the AP U.S. History exam, a test that plagues the liv...

Rata-Zoe

Rata-Zoe

Daniel Lee, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018

   Freshman Zoe Campos recently won the CIF state championship for girls’ golf. However, instead of accredditing her success to her family, friends, teammates, or coach for pushing her to the limit and always encouraging her, she accoladed the rat in her hat.   “Remy (the rat), has really helped me...

“Loving Lives” Play

“Loving Lives” Play

Megan Chang, Design Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2017

Comedy, romance, extravagant accents and a fight scene or two: “Loving Lives” has it all. From Nov. 16-18, West Ranch Theatre put on three outstanding performances of the play leaving audience members cheering for the characters and laughing at their antics. The play takes place in January...

Horsin’ Around

Bryce Fenenbock and Daniel Lee

October 19, 2017

Equestrian isn’t the most popular sport out there, but it is certainly one of the most unique. Consisting of a series of events including dressage, endurance riding, eventing, and show jumping, the sport utilizes horses as the main component. While the concept seems foreign to many students, it is has be...

Tumbling into the Future

Tumbling into the Future

Jasleen and Harneet Arora, Staff Writer

September 18, 2017

After the US women’s gymnastics  team made headlines during the 2016 Rio Olympics, gymnastics has been gaining more interest amongst everyday people. The sport consists of many different events including vault, uneven bars, floor exercise, balance beams, and more where individuals can showcase their...

Somewhere on the Political Continuum

Sophia Kriegel, Opinions Writer

September 14, 2017

“It’s best to know where you lie on most controversies, but it’s also important to remember you.”

Devon Cottrell — pursuing her passion nontraditionally

Devon Cottrell — pursuing her passion nontraditionally

Skijler Hutson, Staff Writer

May 11, 2017

 You might hear Devon Cottrell before you see her; whether it be the hard thump of her oversized knock-off Doc Martens along the art room floor or the metronome-like clack of her 5-inch platform heels across the hallways. But when you do finally see her, you are no longer thinking about the sounds she ...

After Graffiti

After Graffiti

Allison Alben, Jaeun Park, and Christine Joo

December 9, 2016

   The cement sparkles. Not a single blade of grass is out of place. Thanks to the hard-working custodial staff, West Ranch grounds are comparable to Disneyland. Unfortunately, they have lately been busy dealing with graffiti and vandalism. The two are ongoing problems here at West Ranch, shutting d...

Suicide Society

Suicide Society

Zoey Greenwald, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

  It’s near impossible to scroll through Twitter without seeing a photo of a comical pink bendy straw sticking out from a bottle of Clorox or somebody who just failed a test announcing, “LOL I want to die.” Teens have become nearly obsessed with death and suicide.   According to the CDC, suicide is the t...

Key Club rallies together for PTP

Key Club rallies together for PTP

Raylene Factora, News Editor

December 2, 2016

  When I first joined Key Club at West Ranch as a naive freshman,  I had one thought in my head: looks good on college apps. And I’m sure that’s what many students in Key Club think of it. Another club to embellish your college application, put you one step higher than other applicants when vyin...

The news site of West Ranch High School in Stevenson Ranch, CA
As Seen in Print