On August 2, Dr. Ralph Plagman, Washington High School’s principal of 35 years announced his retirement, which took effect Aug. 3 the next day, in a mass email sent to all Wash parents and staff. READ MORE »»
Ralph Plagman's name had been removed from the principal's office door on Aug. 2.
Election day has come and gone at Wash, and the student body has spoken. The 2016-2017 school year greets some returning officers, and welcomes many new officers, as well.
After summer break, the officers of the seni... READ MORE »»
On April 25, 2016, the 11th Annual Iowa Governor’s Conference on LGBTQ Youth took place at the Embassy Suites in Downtown Des Moines.
Since 2006, the conference’s primary goal has been to incr... READ MORE »»
It has a 28 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and yeah it’s a little hard to follow if you’re not really into DC, but please, please don’t give up on “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice”. The story i... READ MORE »»
August 5, 2016. Less than 136 days. Train, practice, condition. To the athletes, 136 days is no time at all, yet it is all the time in the world.
It all boils down to one day. One day out of... READ MORE »»
On Feb. 15, 1946, the first electronic computer was introduced to the public. The ENIAC, as it was called, weighed over 30 tons and took up an entire room. When it was revealed, it was considered an immense... READ MORE »»
The girls swimming team never fails to deliver, qualifying nine individual events and two relays for state and finishing 2nd overall at Districts, and placing 15th out of 33 teams that scored points at State.