The Warrior

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...

Saudi Arabia and Iran Face off in a New Cold War

Aidan Araoz, Reporter

March 20, 2018

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The phrase “Cold War” makes you think of the period following the conclusion of World War II. During this time there were two main powers in the world, The Soviet Union and The United States. Both superpowers constantly engaged...

Former Warrior Editor Henry Fortunato Dies at 62

Juliet Watstein, Associate Editor

March 12, 2018

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Henry James Fortunato passed away of lung cancer at age 62, February 5, in Overland Park Kansas. He was the editor of “The Warrior” in 1973-1974. Henry’s childhood friend, Seth Bornstein, who worked on “The Warrior”...

Nor’easter Cancels School for Most Long Island Students but at Wantagh the Show Goes on

Marie Gonias, Reporter

March 9, 2018

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As predicted by weather forecasters, a nor’easter was supposed to hit the Long Island area quite badly on March 7. Many students, teachers, and parents were expecting to have a day off from school considering the prediction...

Model Congress Much More than Debate

Grace Kane, Reporter

March 8, 2018

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Model Congress is a debate club here at Wantagh High School supervised by Mr. Benner. This club consists of delegations battling out other teams through debating, activities, cheers and so much more. There are 8 delegations...

Canada Changes National Anthem Lyrics To Be More “Gender-Neutral”

Jenna Miller, Associate Editor

March 8, 2018

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National anthems are a crucial part of any country and their history; their lyrics often date back to many years ago and have been sung the same way for generation upon generation. So, why would one country suddenly go and officially...

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