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The Hallway Brigade

Testing center closed to allow for more hallway supervision

By Lily Mottet and Lauren Chamberlain, Current Staff

Tiffany Gitter, a West English teacher, is optimistic about the closing of West Bend High Schools’ testing center.  

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An introduction

The most problematic part of being a writer at the beginning of your career isn’t, as you might suspect, the hours spent at work; those moments are joyous ones, even when they are difficult, if writing is, indeed, something you are hellbent to put yourself through. 464 more words

Books

Security @ the hospital

art by Judy Elizabeth

!

early today I

tried to get blood taken and

security guard

had the key!

to open doors, hallways, reception, forms, cordiality…

WHO REALLY RUNS THE HOSPITAL?

Poetry

Hallowed Hallways

In the words of Al Capone (prisoner of these halls), “I have built my organization upon fear.”

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

Urban/Street/Industrial

The Walking Students

Is hallway wandering a problem at WBHS?

By Jessica Steger, Editor in Chief

Lately passing time has extended beyond the customary five minutes.

When the bell rings, signifying the end of a class period, students at the West Bend High Schools are given five minutes to report to their next class.

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The Current View: Hallway Wandering

How do you feel about students roaming the halls during class?

“It doesn’t really affect me, except for the kid who goes around knocking on doors.”

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Mash Up of Public Spaces

Welcome to day 21 of 31 Days of Heterotopias: Motels and Hotels, a month of posts about how motels, hotels, and inns function as heterotopias and liminal spaces in society.  385 more words

31 Days