Hi's Eye

Student chases dream

November 1, 2011

by Katherine JaruzelskiMany people dream of being a rock star, but few make it beyond singing in front of the mirror with a hairbrush. Junior Oria Alexander took her passion a step further with the release of her first single, ...

Film festival visits Westfield

October 28, 2011

by Katherine FoxThe Tribeca Film Festival on the Road stopped at the Rialto Theatre from Oct. 21-23, allowing American Express cardholders the opportunity to view independent movies that originated from the annual Tribeca Film...

Fall play sets the stage

October 28, 2011

by Sarah Chandler According to Drama Teacher and Play Director Mr. Daniel Devlin, Stage Door chronicles the story of a group of  aspiring actresses living in a boardinghouse in 1930’s New York City. It follows th...

Suburgatory stands out

October 28, 2011

by Krysta HuberAh, the infamous land of suburbia: the clichéd setting for a television show. How many shows about well-manicured lawns, trophy wives and cliquey teenage girls have been on the air? Far too many. But Emi...

Paranormal: Same bag of tricks

September 30, 2011

by Tom Malley ​On Oct. 21, the third installment of the Paranormal Activity series was released in theaters. The Paranormal movies are notorious for their vague camera angles and innovative approach to horror. Although Pa...

September 02nd, 2011

September 2, 2011

by Bernadette HopenWHS students and teachers took home 11 awards from the 16th Annual Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards ceremony on June 7. WHS received 15 nominations and 2 honorable mentions for this year’s spring...

Camelback music

September 2, 2011

by Krysta HuberCreated just over a year ago in April 2010, camelbackmusic.com, home to Camelback Music, is a music blog that posts daily mp3 downloads for free listening. Camelback’s song catalogue varies greatly in style ...

McQueen Exhibit

September 1, 2011

by Emma Polini​The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s latest exhibition proves that neither death nor two hour lines can interfere with art. The highly anticipated Alexander McQueen exhibit “Savage Beauty” is open u...

It’s Crazy But You’ll Like It

September 1, 2011

by Malcolm Spurlock​After her World Cup anthem “Waka Waka” Shakira finally releases her newest album “Sale el Sol”, still demonstrating her bold and global mindset in the music industry. Like a brea...

Taylor Swift’s New CD

September 1, 2011

​By Caroline O'ConnorThe concept is simple, to any male, brave enough to attempt to date country star Taylor Swift, and then hurt her, expect a bashing in her next chart topping single. Whether it is a song titled with the ...

Boy Bands Are Back

September 1, 2011

​By Katie DeMasi​Boy bands are back, alright! We all remember prancing around our bedrooms to “Pop” by N’Sync and talking to that poster of the Backstreet Boys on our walls, praying that some day w...

Fake photos

August 31, 2011

by Abbie Goldring ​The only appropriate time for Hi’s Eye to publish a fake photo would be in the April Fool’s issue. Otherwise, forget it; manipulating photographs is unethical and deceiving. But surprisingly, many newspapers...