Senior Reflection: Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith, Opinion Editor

April 26, 2013

To be quite honest I was really looking forward to senior year. However, the actuality of it is not what most people said it would be. I was expecting for it to be the most fun I have ever had, doing nothing and relax for the...

The Perks of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Reem Dia, News Editor

March 6, 2013

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, both a novel and a movie, written and directed by Stephen Chbosky is a story based on a traumatized high school freshman, who is taken under the care of a group of seniors. The setting of the m...

The Plagiarist is the Fool

Amandeep Kaur, Staff Writer

March 6, 2013

Plagiarism, a piece of writing or a type of work that has been copied, is one of the biggest problems in schools. It’s easier to copy other people’s work than do the work ourselves. It’s also easy to get Math homework from...

The Flu Hits Hard This Year

Celie Harvey-McGregor, Feature Editor

March 6, 2013

The time has come again when the thermometers, chicken soup, pj’s, and hot tea have been broken out in everyone’s homes.  It’s flu season and this year’s streak of the dreaded flu has hit especially hard. To some people’s...

Alex and Ani Sweep Halls at WHS

Heidi Rush, Staff Writer

March 6, 2013

Celebrate your own individual personality by purchasing an Alex and Ani bracelet! On these bracelets, you can pick from different symbols, such as your birthstone or your birthday flower. The bracelets have a variety of charms...

ARGO: Affleck’s Political Thriller for Those Unthrilled by Politics

Jordan Terhune, Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2013

Stealing the spotlight this award season with just his third directing debut, actor and up-and-coming director Ben Affleck’s political thriller, Argo, an exceptionally well-done film, thrusts the audience into a dramatizatio...

WHS Looks to Take the Big Apple Again

Carina Taufiq, Staff Writer

February 13, 2013

The 2012- 2013 school year has a lot in store including the 8th trip to The Big Apple. Starting back in 1998 the trip, organized by WHS Music Department, The WHS Band, Orchestra and Chorus prepare pieces all year to perform in...

ATTENTION: Hovercrafts at WHS

Adrine Harutyunyan and Sabrina Nebiye

February 13, 2013

Walking by the main office on Monday, January 7th, you would have seen Mr. Rose's float physics class testing out their newest invention, modern day hovercrafts. The intentions of this assignment were to demonstrate Newton's Laws...

New Federal Lunch Regulations Cause a Stir at WHS

Megan Laffey, Feature Editor

February 13, 2013

There have always been mixed opinions about the school lunches at Watertown High School. Some students love the option of having a hot meal, while others prefer to bring a boxed lunch from home. Up until this year, students had...

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