Nurse Day

Kathy Santiago, Staff Writer

May 17, 2012
Filed under News

     Every day nurses have to deal with student’s problems: headaches, stomachaches and the occasional bruise on the heel. On May 9, the nurses had a full day dedicated to their hard work - Nurse Day. No more complaints,... Read more »

The baking spirit

Kathy Santiago, Staff Writer

May 4, 2012
Filed under Student Life

Any food worth salt knows that good food is an art form. But, nowhere is the term “culinary arts” more appropriate than when it’s applied to the dessert course. Whether making sugar sculptures, constructing elegant wedding... Read more »

The Black Suit

Kathy Santiago, Staff Writer

April 5, 2012
Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

His suit brought tears to my mother’s eyes. His suit projected the future waiting for him. His suit was his new image. My older brother will soon leave the family household to enter into the business world where reality is as... Read more »

Dancer reborn

Dancer reborn

April 5, 2012

The Northerners

Kathy Santiago, Featured Columnist

February 22, 2012
Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

     The stench was intolerable. The pathways were trailed with splattered brown dung. Contestants wore tags representing their school and tailored uniforms showing their authenticity of being a true cowboy. We recently moved... Read more »

Top’s Not Everything

Kathy Santiago, Featured Columnist

December 7, 2011
Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

“I’m gonna cut yer toes off and then stick them in yer eye. You won’t be able to see nuttin’ but yer toes.” I stood in the corner of a wooden pole trying not to release the burst of laughter seeping through my lips.... Read more »

Betrayal: Part two of A Price to Pay

Kathy Santiago, Staff Writer

October 29, 2011
Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion, Student Life

     The sick strange darkness came creeping on, haunting me every time, like spiders catching insects and eating their insides.  The punishment I had to endure was far from being over. In the darkness of my room, I lay on... Read more »

Introducing the Online Columnists

September 23, 2011
Filed under Featured Columnists, Student Life, Top Stories

Wildcat Tales Online is proud to introduce three new online columnists for the 2011 – 2012 school year. Danielle Dereleau, Kathy Santiago, and Haley Bunnell will be writing columns on a regular basis. Their stories will serve... Read more »

A Price to Pay

Kathy Santiago, Featured Columnist

September 21, 2011
Filed under Featured Columnists, Student Life

     I did something so stupid; it took me two years to make up for what I did. The memory lingers on in my mind like a VCR tape on rewind.  I’ll never forget the look that my father gave me. I’ll never forget the tears... Read more »