In this episode of the West Side Radio, WSS staffers and special guest Emily Hill ‘20 discuss the impact comedy has had on their generation and talk about one of their favorite comedians: John Mulaney.
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Following the death of her parents, Samina Naz was devastated. Her mother passed in 1998 and two years later, her father died of a heart attack. The loss brought her from Pakistan, her home at the time, to the United States, where she became a paraeducator in the special education department.
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Lots of people have seen the NBC mockumentary “The Office.” In this episode of the West Side Radio, Makenna Hendrickson ’19 joins hosts Jessica Doyle, Natalie Dunlap and Sophie Stephens to put their paper company knowledge to the test. Listen to the podcast below to find out if you’re an “Office” expert.\
Originally posted on December 5, 2017 on the West Side Story website. View the original post with a photo by Pareen Mhatre here.
When she was four, Annie Chen ’18’s mother taught her how to play the piano. When she was five, Chen picked up the violin. As a freshman, she performed at All-State with her brother. Chen’s music career began years before grade school, and if she has her way, it will continue past it.
Originally published September 11, 2018. View the West Side Story post here.
People all over America kept up with the Brett Kavanaugh hearings last week. As citizens across the country tuned into live streams or caught up with the morning news, one West High alum witnessed the hearing on Capitol Hill.
Originally published on May 12, 2018. View the West Side Story post here. Made in collaboration with Jessica Doyle and Luke Reynolds.
In the final episode of the school year, we talk with WSS staffer Luke Reynolds about his music reviews this year, recommendations and play “guess the song.”