The Warrior

Migrant Caravan Tear-gassed at Border

Grace Anne McKenna, Editor in Chief

December 4, 2018

Over 5,000 migrants from Central America came to a halt when they encountered a police blockade and tear gas at the United States-Mexican border, November 25. The group of men, women, and children fled their home countries to es...

American Missionary Killed by Isolated Sentinelese Tribe

Cole Belling, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Sitting in a mysterious haze and wrapped in darkness sits India’s isolated North Sentinel Island, home to the Sentinelese. The Sentinelese are an aggressively protective and native tribe who occupy North Sentinel Island. As if ri...

Wantagh High School’s Mathletes Off to a Great Start

Jenna Miller, Editor in Chief

November 28, 2018

Wantagh High School’s Mathletes, one of the largest clubs in the school consisting of a variety of students of all grade levels, competed in their first home and away competitions in mid-October and early November. The advisor...

Twelve W.H.S. Journalists Win Awards in State-wide Contest at Syracuse University


November 5, 2018

A strong group of Wantagh High School journalists captured 12 awards at the annual Empire State Scholastic Press Association Awards (ESSPA) ceremony at Newhouse School of Communications, Syracuse University, October 26. Twe...

Fifteen Possible Bombs Mailed to Known Democrat Supporters

Angelina Torre, Features Editor

November 5, 2018

October 22 - I hear my father talking in the next room. It’s late and everyone else is asleep. When I go in to ask him what the problem is, he says, “I can’t talk about it. But it’s big, it’s big.” My father, Lieutenant...

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