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Don’t arm teachers

by Jordan Sacher, R2 News and Sports Editor

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Last Wednesday, President Trump said he believes that having trained teachers and other faculty members carry guns could solve the problem of school shootings. However, there are a few problems with this idea. Teachers become t...

PARCC it: The test is back

Lindsay Freidenrich, Business Manager/ R3 News Editor

March 2, 2018

Filed under News

This year, WHS will be taking a new approach to the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, otherwise known as the PARCC test. New policies regarding scheduling as well as student participation in the test h...

The Rinsta/Finsta dilemma: Teens decide how to present themselves

Sara Isser, R2 Features Editor

March 1, 2018

Filed under Features

The term “finsta” has woven itself into our everyday vocabulary. If you ask someone what that word means, they will most likely say it’s a second Instagram account that a person has in order to post about more private infor...

Curly hair, don’t care

Eve Crandall and Haley Tomasso

March 1, 2018

Filed under Features

There is an expectation that women with curly hair should straighten their hair for more formal or professional occasions. But what is it about curly hair that indicates a lack of formality? If you saw the hair routines of these two ...

Forever retro: Comeback trends ’18

Caitlin Hogge and Olivia Milford

March 1, 2018

Filed under Features

Scrunchies Scrunchies first became widespread and popular in the 1980s and ’90s with their bright and cheery feel. They’re a twist on the classic hair tie. “They’re super comfy and don’t make my head hurt, which makes t...

WHS senior advocates safe beauty products

Chelsea Frisch, Opinion Editor

March 1, 2018

Filed under Opinion

How often do you actually think about what you are putting on your skin? WHS senior Mia Melao has thought about that a lot. She’s thought about it so much that she’s chosen to take on the billion-dollar beauty industry and ...

Fitting the mold: Photo editing takes over WHS

Sarah Fox and Bridget Hyland

March 1, 2018

Filed under News

Shrink the waist. Erase the acne. Whiten the teeth. Shape the arms. Welcome to the age of DIY photo editing. In this technologically-advanced, social media-driven society, every picture is a good picture with countless phot...

Bald but beautiful

Bald but beautiful

March 1, 2018

Brand names: Pricey and eye-catching, but worth it?

Noelle Mesbah, Web Editor

March 1, 2018

Filed under Features

The Nike swoosh, the Ralph Lauren horse, the Vineyard Vines whale. Brand names and logos are plastered just about everywhere you look, in the form of billboards, online ads and commercials. The pull of brand-name products is u...

WHS senior football players advance to collegiate level

Haley Tomasso, R1 News Editor

February 12, 2018

Filed under Sports

As seniors prepare for new journeys to college, several WHS football players will be continuing their athletic careers over the next four years. Juandre House Fitchburg State Univ. Juandre House has been playing football since the third grade. His love ...

His goal is to deny theirs

Samantha Forcht, R3 Op-Ed Editor

February 12, 2018

Filed under Sports

There’s only one hour until junior CJ Duffy takes the ice for the county championship. Duffy puts in his headphones, cancelling out the sounds of the locker room, and gets his priorities for the game in check. Getting mentall...

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