Hi's Eye

Is Nassar abuse scandal overshadowing Olympics?

Rollins Terry, R3 Editor-in-Chief

February 9, 2018

Filed under Features

While the beginning of the Olympic Games is typically commemorated with torch ceremonies and shiny new uniforms, these traditions have been rightfully overshadowed this year by courtroom attacks, private investigations and acc...

Pac Man is coming to town

Anna Masciandaro, Web Editor

January 19, 2018

Filed under Features

Stepping into YESTERcades is like stepping into the 1980s. When you first walk in, you’re flooded with flashing lights and the sound of arcade game music playing nonstop in addition to various hits such as the song “We Got ...

Addictive trivia app works its way into students’ schedules

Nathalie Tucker, R3 Features Editor

January 19, 2018

Filed under Features

It’s 9 p.m. and WHS senior Emily Boll gets a notification on her phone. No, it’s not a text from her mom or an Instagram notification. It’s a message from HQ Trivia, telling her that it is time to play. HQ Trivia is the lat...

Band finds music Paradise

Lindsay Freidenrich and Joe Lotano

January 19, 2018

Filed under Features, Missing Content

​What originally started as a freshman-year hobby has expanded to a full-time gig for three WHS seniors. Aaron Brown, Jack Butera and Nate Reyes, commonly known as DOSXX (DosEquis) on SoundCloud, have created many hits within and bey...

Bring on the ugly (sweaters)

Eve Crandall and Lindsay Freidenrich

December 22, 2017

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Yesterday’s tacky clothing item has become today’s must-have trend: Ugly Christmas sweaters (which your grandparents probably refer to as “sweaters”) have always been around, but have made a comeback in pop culture and at ...

The Best (Page) of the Year

December 22, 2017

Filed under Features

Take a look at the Hi's Eye staff's best of the year! ...

Teacher’s bind: day before break

Emily Finn and Sara Isser

December 22, 2017

Filed under Features

On this day before winter break, the holiday spirit around WHS is undeniable. Students are smiling, singing all of their favorite holiday tunes and anxiously waiting for the clock to strike 2:45 p.m. However, it’s not always easy...

College football title games provide classic matchups

Matt Meusel, R1 Features Editor

December 22, 2017

Filed under Features

Alabama-Clemson For the third straight season, Alabama and Clemson will square off in the College Football Playoff during the Jan. 1 Sugar Bowl semifinal.  After these two teams met in the championship games of 2016 and ’1...

Voices of Westfield

Chelsea Frisch, Sara Isser, Jessica Shih, Bridget Hyland, Nathalie Tucker, Madison Pena, Greta Frontero, Noelle Mesbah, and Haley Tomasso

December 20, 2017

Filed under Features, Hi's Eye

As 2017 comes to an end, change is all around us in Westfield: a new mayor, new Town Council members, and new ideas for this town. With this special edition, Hi's Eye is exploring this time of change. This post includes interviews w...

Exclusive Interview: Westfield’s Mayor-Elect

Rollins Terry, R3 Editor-in-Chief

December 19, 2017

Filed under Features, Hi's Eye

​As 2017 comes to an end, change is all around us in Westfield: a new mayor, new Town Council members, and new ideas for this town. With this special edition, Hi’s Eye is exploring this time of change. These six pages offe...

Star Wars arrives once again: Evolution of a galaxy far away

Peter Ghaly, R2 Sports/News Editor

December 15, 2017

Filed under Features

When George Lucas’s Star Wars was set to hit the big screen in 1977, there was hardly an expectation of success. With an outlandish science-fiction plot, relatively unknown actors, experimental special effects and a low budget, Star ...

Senioritis already?

Sarah Fox, Business Manager/R3 News Editor

December 15, 2017

Filed under Features

It’s a Monday morning and senior Drew Fasano wakes up at 9 a.m. to roll into school for her first period of the day. Her day starts fourth period, having slept through her multiple free periods and gym off day. Her day c...