The Warrior

Republicans and GOP Lawmakers Cheer Trump as Democrats Refuse to Stand

Breanna Quod, Associate Editor

March 6, 2017

Republicans repeatedly stood and cheered during Trump’s address to Congress whereas the unenthusiastic Democrats sat staring silently, February 28. The only Democrat to frequently stand and applaud was Sen. Joe Manchin of West...

How Does Block Scheduling Stack Up?

Olivia Vinson, Reporter

January 7, 2017

Wantagh High School has always divided its days into 9 periods with an additional 5-minute homeroom. Some schools have adapted to a new system called Block Scheduling. Their day is divided into three or four 80-minute intervals....

Wantagh Decimated by Pre-Holiday Illness

Sabrina Hill, Reporter

January 6, 2017

Half of the students in Wantagh High School were sick the week of December 19-23, right before the holiday break. Students and teachers were sick with the stomach virus and the flu and germs that spread rapidly. Teachers and...

AP Seminar Classes Try to Escape

Brianna McCartney, Reporter

December 14, 2016

Are you capable of escaping a locked room with only three hints and an extremely challenging puzzle? Recently, Wantagh’s two AP seminar classes went on a field trip to “Can You Escape?” in Mineola, November 29, in order...

Crocodile Fever

Brianna McCartney, Reporter

December 7, 2016

Recently, a gigantic crocodile was found in Sri Lanka that was 17-feet long and thought to weigh over a ton. It was rescued from a canal and in order to get it out, it took the efforts of the entire town, an excavator, and...

Fantasy Football: Helpful or Hurtful to the NFL?

Brianna McCartney, Reporter

November 22, 2016

Almost everyday one of my family members says: “Did you change your fantasy football lineup?” My brother, my dad, and I combined have seven fantasy football teams. It isn’t uncommon for football enthusiasts to participate...

Thousands of Protesters, across America, Rise up Against Trump

Arej Hussain, Reporter

November 21, 2016

Thousands of families all across the country gathered in front of television screens, eager to find out who would become the 45th president of the United States, November 8. At around 3 a.m., Donald Trump had secured the needed...

Time to Mix It Up

Sabrina Hill, Reporter

November 16, 2016

Mix it up day is the best day of the year. On this past October 25th’s version, a select few seniors were chosen to decorate the freshman cafeteria, sit, and chat with freshmen to make them feel comfortable and really get them...

American University Students Burn American Flags

Olivia Vinson, Reporter

November 15, 2016

There are many American citizens who are less than pleased to hear that Donald Trump has been elected president. Students at American University in Washington DC, have experienced this hatred on a new level. Students took to the...

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