Hawaiian Volcano Destroys Homes, as Eruptions Expand

Jess Nealon, Reporter

May 14, 2018

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The volcano Kilauea, on the big island of Hawaii, cracked and split open, May 1. Shortly after, there was a magnitude 6.9 earthquake (the island’s largest in 42 years), and pink smoke filled the sky. This sent the entire island...

30 Years of Great Teaching Through Intellect and Kindness

Grace Tague, Editor in Chief

May 10, 2018

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“Rock on” is a popular saying of Mrs. Calabrese’s that any students past or present would recognize. After teaching at Wantagh for 33 years, Mrs. Calabrese will retire July 1. Mrs. Calabrese graduated from Stony Brook...

Twitter Glitch Leaves Innocent Users Banned

Jenna Miller, Associate Editor

May 9, 2018

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Twitter is somewhat notorious for using a technique known as “shadowbanning” to punish users that violate their rules; if a user tweets too quickly, makes too many tweets using a certain hashtag, retweets too much, or says...

April Showers (Nor’Easters, Snow’Easters,Freezing Cold) Will Hopefully Bring May Flowers

Riley McCann, Reporter

April 18, 2018

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The weather on April 16, was especially dreadful. From extreme rain showers, to thunder, and even power surges today has been pretty bad weather. Up until, fifth period, it was just heavy rain and thunder outside. Towards...

Puppy Dies on United Flight, After Attendant Allegedly Insists It Be Placed in Overhead Bin

Marie Gonias, Reporter

March 26, 2018

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A New York family said a United Airlines flight attendant made them put a pet carrier containing their French bulldog puppy in an overhead bin for a flight, where the dog died. At first Catalina Robledo was hesitant, but claims...

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