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STOP ANTI-ASIAN RACISM & CHINA BASHING RALLY at Chinatown Archway at 7th and H Street, NW, Washington DC on Saturday afternoon, 27 March 2021
Let’s Talk About Asian Americans
Anna Qiang, R2 Well Editor, R3 Back of Mag Editor • May 28, 2021

Vicha Ratanapakdee, 84, was shoved into the ground on January 28 while he was going out for his morning walk in San Francisco. Noel Quintana,...

Social Distancing:  Should We Stay Six Feet Away From Standardized Testing?
Social Distancing: Should We Stay Six Feet Away From Standardized Testing?
Jake Delforte and Jesse Weinstein May 3, 2021

It was a brisk October morning, approximately 7:00 a.m., as I pulled into the East Brunswick High School parking lot. Going into the ACT, I really...

WHS Principal Mary Asfendis
Behind the Screens
Audrey Heber, Sophia Rossetti, and Jacob Wendler May 3, 2021

Tiles of faces stare back through the screen, their disinterest and boredom unapologetically on display. 70 minutes stretch into hours as the...

WHS Nurses Carole Stavitski and Robert Ripper
WHS Nurses: The Dynamic Duo
Sam Surks, R4 Editor-in-Chief, R1 Well Editor • May 3, 2021

With the reopening of Westfield public schools in the fall came a new routine of filling out early morning surveys, signing into school with...

Facebook Parent Groups
Facebook Parent Groups
Lleyton Beinhaker and Amaya Wilkerson February 18, 2021

“Just call them out yourself. You're the parent.” “The fact that parents allow their child to be sitting out there with the word ‘deserve’...

This is Your State on Marijuana
This is Your State on Marijuana
Mira Mehta and Kendall Williamson February 18, 2021

In a year full of dissatisfaction, tragedy and pain, calls for change had mixed results. One call for change in New Jersey was answered on Election...

WHS' Student Handbook: What you need to know
Laura Channell and Mackenzie Aiello February 18, 2021

The WHS Handbook is promoted by the administration at the beginning of each school year. However, most students never hear about it again and...

According to the Westfield Historical Society, slaves were openly traded on the streets of Westfield through the early 19th century. Allegedly, Lincoln Plaza was the site of Westfield’s slave auction
Yes, even here.
Mira Mehta and Amaya Wilkerson November 29, 2020

From the moment the first enslaved Africans reached American shores in 1619, systemic racism has been woven into American society and institutions,...

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