Natalie Walsh

Natalie Walsh, Co Editor-in-Chief

Natalie Walsh is a senior here at Francis Howell Central. This is her third year on the FHC Publication’s staff and her first year as Co-EIC. She is very active at school; playing soccer, swim, and cross country. She also is in speech & debate, principals council, NHS, as well as President of Epsilon Beta. Playing soccer year round with AFA Fillies, she juggles a busy schedule 24/7 with working at Fazolis, yet always enjoys being on the publication staff.

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Game On

Game On

April 8, 2021
The Mobius strip can be seen in everyday objects as common as a piece of paper.

Paper With a Twist

January 25, 2021
Sophomore Aidan Hernandez takes on a competitor during his dual.

Wrestling for a Win

December 24, 2020
The boys take on practice early in the season to prepare themselves for upcoming duals.

Masks and Matches

December 9, 2020
 A police officer kneels with an injured individual; another raises a baton, striking a person who cradles out of fear. The figures are made of newspaper, demonstrating that, regardless of whether explicitly stated, much of the media has taken a stance on the topic of police brutality.

[PHOTO] Good Cop, Bad Cop

November 20, 2020
Natalie Walsh

Natalie Walsh

April 27, 2020
Carelessly Covered: Covers are haphazardly strewn across a bed, with undergarments laying messily across it. Adolescents' relationship with sex can be a messy one but with careful thought and reflection, teenagers can form a healthy relationship with sex.

Let’s Talk About Sex

February 24, 2020
freshman Sophia Miller was one of three girls to compete against Timberland High School. Here she can be seen putting in the hours required to succeed in matches like the one they had on Tuesday.

The Toll On Timberland

January 30, 2020
Coach Kurt Kruse directs junior Rhyen Standridge on how to properly execute a half-nelson on Mary Kate Neal. Practicing challenges at practice improve their performance at meets.

Welcome to the Mat

January 4, 2020

Spencer Rodecap, junior

December 20, 2019
Crocheting needle and yarn used for crocheting beautiful masterpieces to keep warm during the fall. Crocheting and knitting are fun ways to take part in fall festivities even in cold weather.

[PHOTO] Fall Festivities

November 26, 2019
A teenage girl stands hunched over a sink and looks into a mirror, her hands bound with pastel-blue tape measures. Those affected by by eating disorders often feel disgusted within their own bodies, and turn to unhealthy tactics to

The Road To Recovery

November 18, 2019


October 11, 2019
People use those with mental disabilities for laughter. But beneath the jokes are pure discrimination.

The Retard

October 7, 2019
Competing at GACs

Competing at GACs

October 4, 2019
Senior Inge Petrie and sophomore McKenna Lenhardt celebrate after winning a point at the FHC Doubles Tournament on Friday.

Swinging through the heat

September 18, 2019
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