The Evolution of Warrior’s Word


Abigail Sajdak, Author

Warrior’s Word may just seem like a small club to some, but the newspaper is actually a very sentimental part of Muskego High School that has been around since the 1960s and continues to change and improve over the years. Back in the 90s, Warrior’s Word was printed in small pamphlets and then the newspaper began to be printed in the same format as other general newspapers once the 2000s rolled around. Now, the newspaper is all conveniently done online and can be accessed anywhere at anytime through our website or our mobile app! To download the app and stay updated, just search for “Muskego Warrior’s Word” in the app store. All these improvements can be accredited to Mrs. Hirtz, who is now also creating editor positions for members in the club, adding staff biographies to the website, and pushing for Warrior’s Word to win awards. Mrs. Hirtz has helped dramatically in updating and bringing more structure to the club over the past few years and has assisted in helping the club grow. Warrior’s Word has made some quite impressive improvements overtime, but there’s no paper if there are no authors! Talk with Mrs. Hirtz at anytime if you or someone you know is interested in participating and keeping this tradition around!