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Bring it on: white station cheer edition

“Are! You! Proud to be a Spartan?” the cheerleaders chant as they lead the school to cheer on the Spartan football players.  Then, the team scores a touchdown and the cheerleaders erupt into their famous fight song routine. The White Station cheer team is known for its showmanship on the football sideline; however, many students are not aware of ... Read more »

Congratulations to our 18 National Merit Semi-Finalists!

Congratulations to our 18 National Merit Semi-Finalists!

Tanya Tandon, Viewpoint Team Leader

Congratulations to our 18 National Merit Semi-Finalists! (Bottom left to top right) Jennifer Xiao, Jacquelyn Wong, Xiaohan Zhan, Xiya Wu, Madeleine Howell-Moroney, Sharon T...  Read More »

Oct 13

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Cutting the vine

Cutting the vine

Felicity Meadows, Copy Editor, Student Life

Flipping water bottles, music covers and the running man challenge are just a few of the famous trends that Vine has produced. The app allows users to create six second videos...  Read More »

Jan 4

Playhouse on the Square’s “Peter Pan”

Playhouse on the Square’s “Peter Pan”

January 4, 2017

It’s a land where dreams come true, a land where you stay forever young. Playhouse on the Square takes the audience on Peter Pan’s journ...  Read More »

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See you at the pole

See you at the pole

Courtney Mitchell, Copy editor, Viewpoint

Walking to class on a Wednesday morning, you can see groups of students gathered around the flagpole. But they are not studying, gossiping or even really talking. They ar...  Read More »

Dec 4

Mixing it up

Mixing it up

December 4, 2016

There is a wide range of different races at White Station, 66% of the population being minorities.  Although Memphis is a city where most pe...  Read More »

What’s the right thing to say?

What’s the right thing to say?

December 4, 2016

“[Mexican immigrants are] bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.” “You could see blood coming out of [Megyn Kelly’s] eyes, bl...  Read More »

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A publication by the students, about the students, and for the students of White Station High School