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Kate Kealey

Kate Kealey, Editor in Chief

She may be a senior at West with a bright mind, but Kate Kealey is involved in many more ways than just being a student. For example, she takes on the role of being Editor in Chief for the Beak ‘n’ Eye. She is very excited for the responsibilty and opportunity that comes with this position.

Kealey participates on the track team and she has done it ever since 6th grade.

Kealey loves being ‘in charge of staff but it is a lot of work to get the paper edited and looking really good.

For Kealey, spreading the love of journalism and helping other staff members see that is very important to her. She also enjoys the responsibility and stress that comes with editing the newspaper.

Written by Tyler Newman

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Amia Combs is a person that will always stick up for her friends and anyone and need. 
I hate when people bully sweet kids, Combs said. She tries her best to not conform to high school trends and always speaks her mind.

Breaking the stereotype

October 29, 2018
Themes throughout the week will be Merica Monday, country vs. country club Tuesday,  out of this world Wednesday, and mathletes and athletes Thursday.

Challenging hunger

October 16, 2018
The goal is to win, but also to get everyone hyped up for the hunger drive. There is a lot of students at West that benefit from the hunger drive and it is also a way to bring the feeder middle and elementary schools closer together, senior and Student Senate Vice President Addison Flynn said.

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September 25, 2018
The Student Hunger Drive kick-off had a photo booth that students could take pictures in in front of the boxes they will be packing the non-perishable goods they have collected into.

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September 25, 2018
 The Student Hunger Drive is really important to The River Bend Food Bank. All the food goes to our agencies and it increases our variety. We are really big on client choice and advocating that they can pick the foods they want to eat and the Student Hunger Drive brings in those choices, Rachel Grewe programs coordinator for The River Bend Food Bank said.

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September 25, 2018

Falcon festivities

December 20, 2017
Saint  Ambrose Chemistry professor Andy Axup teaching chemistry teachers John Arnold and Andrea Andrews, third and fourth block about chemistry and how it can be used everyday.

[Photo] Kitchen chemistry

December 19, 2017
Kaylin Buckley benches her first set of the competition

Bench Press Competition

November 7, 2017
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