Hi's Eye

Prom diets: Why you shouldn’t worry

Molly Bandelli and Erin Malley

May 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion

​Vegan. Gluten-free. Non-GMO. And a side of five miles on the treadmill. For some, these habits are part of a healthy lifestyle. For many senior girls, though, these are the extremes taken in pursuit of the perfect prom bo...

Looking back at WHS

Hailey Reilly

May 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Everyone has their own ideas about senior year. Some think it’ll be a breeze, some dread having to think about choosing a college and some just want to skip everything and jump right to graduation. There’s no denying t...

Staff Editorial

December 23, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Hi's Eye staff, 2011-2012​​Torri Albrecht, a 14 year-old from Melvin H. Kreps School in East Windsor, NJ was recently suspended after wearing a Confederate flag sweatshirt to school. She was not suspended for solel...

Athletes sprint to the top of admissions

December 19, 2011

Filed under Commentary, Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Liz KuehnCollege athletics are integral parts of the college experience because they add to school spirit and can increase schools’ reputations. However, in too many cases, college athletes are not held to the same stan...

Crashing into more restrictions

December 11, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Katherine Jaruzelski Under a new bill that recently advanced in the state legislature, teenagers may soon face even tougher driving restrictions. The proposed law would lengthen the six-month driver permit phase to one year. I...

Should Students Get Paid for Grades?

December 6, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

By Sarah Chandler​According to USA Today, schools in low-income districts throughout the country have begun giving students money and gifts as rewards for good grades and high test scores. Though these rewards can pro...

Should people get paid for grades?

December 6, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Katherine JaruzelskiAccording to USA Today, schools in low-income districts throughout the country have begun giving students money and gifts as rewards for good grades and high test scores. Though these rewards can pro...

Ray Davies Delivers

November 29, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

By Becky Tunis​Although his musical prowess is undeniably on the same level as musical giants such as Mick Jagger and John Lennon, music fans often overlook Ray Davies of the 1960’s British invasion band, the Kinks...

Homecoming King 2012

November 26, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Malcolm SpurlockDashing through the halls, I waited for the precise moment that a large mob of students would pass before me, so I could throw myself against a locker, melt to the ground, and cry in a pool of my own tears. As ...

Paterno firing justified

November 17, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Krysta HuberFormer defensive coordinator of the Penn State football team, Jerry Sandusky, was arrested Nov. 5 on charges of sexual abuse. Sandusky’s arrest prompted Penn State Board of Trustees to fire former Head Foot...

Power struggles: Mother Nature strikes again

November 17, 2011

Filed under Commentary, Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Tess Lukowiak​Batteries: check. Flash- light: check. Case of water: check.No, I’m not collecting these for my bomb shelter; these are necessary supplies for my bedroom after my experiences with Hurricane Irene and a...

Respect needed on Wall Street

November 9, 2011

Filed under Hi's Eye, Opinion

by Emily Miller The media has publicized several incidents of supposed police brutality aimed at Occupy protesters in recent weeks. Most recently, violence broke out between the Oakland Police Department and Occupy Wall Street ...