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Wauwatosa West tennis coach, Kosta Zervas, coaches both boys and girls tennis at the varsity level.

Person of Interest – Tosa West Varsity Tennis Coach, Kosta Zervas

January 13, 2022

This moped-riding, 'Greek Freak', weather obsessed, man of the town coaches tennis at Wauwatosa West.   When did you start working at West, and what did you do? I started working at Tosa West...

Editorial: School Board Decision Threatens Students Safety

Editorial: School Board Decision Threatens Students’ Safety

The Editorial Staff December 17, 2021

The Wauwatosa School Board voted 5-1 on Monday, December 13th to move secondary schools from Level 3 mitigation to Level 2. Beginning on January 3rd, 2022, masks will be optional for both vaccinated and...

National Ding-A-Ling Day

National Ding-A-Ling Day

Alexandra Kratochvil December 11, 2021

Have you been wanting to reconnect with an old classmate, friend or relative?  Today is the perfect day to make that happen.  Sunday, December 12th is National Ding-A-Ling Day.  A day to encourage...

AP Government Holds Mock Election

AP Government Holds Mock Election

Jackson Crowley December 7, 2021

The Wauwatosa East AP Government class held a mock election on Tuesday, December 7th. Students took on roles as candidates, campaign managers, pollsters, members of the media and members of super political...

Race to the Finish; A Memorable XC Season

John Eash-Scott November 12, 2021

After qualifying as a team for the first time in years, the Tosa East Boys Cross Country team came in third at state. The racing Varsity team included Antonio Riofrio, Tony Comacho, Liam Nolan, and Patrick...

Red Raiders Boys Volleyball at State Tournament

Lucy Hildebrand and Mason King November 4, 2021

Last Saturday, October 30th, the Tosa East Boys Volleyball Team swept the Tosa West Trojans, leading them to state for the first time since 2016. At 10 a.m. this morning, the Red Raiders played the...

This popular image of La Catrina serves as a recognizable symbol of Dia de Los Muertos.

Día de Los Muertos: Perspective and Representation

Greta Krueger, East Writer November 2, 2021

Now a senior at Tosa East, Gaby Duarte spent 2 years living in San Miguel de Allende, México. They were able to experience rich Mexican culture and traditions, including colorful Día de Los Muertos celebrations. "They...

Tosa East Fall Orchestra Concert

Kate Lough October 24, 2021

The Wauwatosa East Fall Orchestra Concert was held on the evening of October 20th in the Dale. K. Hidde Theatre. There were three different groups who performed- Concert Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra,...

Wauwatosa East Orchestra Performs Fall Concert

Wauwatosa East Orchestra Performs Fall Concert

October 24, 2021

The Wauwatosa East Fall Orchestra Concert was held on the evening of October 20th in the Dale. K. Hidde Theatre. There were three different groups who performed- Concert Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra,...

The Challenges of Finding a Perfect Homecoming Dress

The Challenges of Finding a Perfect Homecoming Dress

Jenna White and Olivia Watters October 10, 2021

Finding a homecoming dress can be hard, this year especially. It is the first homecoming since 2019, and the girls of Tosa are struggling to find the perfect dress. Finding the perfect dress is a difficult...

Jami Timmons and Shannon Damuth stand in front of a sign reading We love our queens during the Homecoming Football Game on October 1st.

Wauwatosa West Homecoming Queens Make History

Eve Lazarski October 3, 2021

The Wauwatosa West Senior class elected Seniors Jami Timmons and Shannon Damuth as Homecoming Queens for the 2021 homecoming court. This is the first time at West when a same-sex couple has led the court.   While...

Chloe Ellery with the display she and librarian Derek DeVinney created in the library

Wauwatosa West Library Celebrates Banned Books Week With Display in Library

Claire Guttormson September 30, 2021

Beginning September 28th, libraries across the country proudly displayed their copies of Speak and All American Boys, celebrating the freedom to read by recognizing books that have been banned in schools...

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