Catholic Schools vs. Public Schools

Grace Kane, Reporter

May 21, 2018

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Every year we lose more and more students to Catholic schools. It is the biggest decision an 8th grader has to make. In the class of 2021 alone, we lost about 45 kids to schools like Chaminade, Kellenberg, St. Anthony’s,...

The Jeep’s First Major Change In 20 Years

Aidan Araoz, Reporter

May 16, 2018

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The Jeep Wrangler is an international icon. It first appeared into the world stage back in the Second World War when it was used as a military vehicle. This military vehicle found its way into the hearts of Americans and found...

AP Biology: A Course Like No Other

Jenna Miller, Associate Editor

May 15, 2018

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Just Monday, May 14, I took the AP Biology exam; it was hard, though the challenging aspect of it and the way it really made me think was actually rather fun. After having completed the course with the taking of the exam, I highly...

Should Everyone Get a Trophy?

Marie Gonias, Reporter

May 10, 2018

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As a society, we have come to believe that you get rewarded for doing something, whether it was a success or failure. We are raised with the mentality that no one should be left out. Rewards might make you feel great, but receiving...

The Truth about Cinco De Mayo

Jenna Miller, Associate Editor

May 9, 2018

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Ah, Cinco de Mayo. The day we celebrate every year to celebrate Mexican heritage - but why? Many people don’t realize that Cinco De Mayo, while it may seem like a Mexican holiday and a celebration of another culture, is actually...

America Goes Soft on Its Soft Power

Aidan Araoz, Reporter

April 12, 2018

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The United States is undoubtedly the foremost military power in the world. When asked what the most powerful country in the world is, any American would surely name their homeland. Except while a staunch military is important,...

Easter Fool’s Day

Jenna Miller, Associate Editor

March 28, 2018

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In terms of major holidays, 2018 is a strange year. Due to the nature of holidays and the fact that some have set dates whereas others’ dates vary, often two holidays can coincide. Easter is always held on the first Sunday after...

The World’s Last Northern White Male Rhino Dies of Natural Causes at Age 45

Reilly Brady, Reporter

March 27, 2018

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The world’s last male northern white rhino had passed away due to age-related illnesses and infections, on March 20, 2018. Scientific American says that for the past month, the animal’s health had been slowly deteriorating...

Generation Z Needs to Change America

Megan Fehling, Reporter

March 20, 2018

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After the Parkland shooting Generation Z has been taking many steps to change our America. We cannot all agree on views about gun violence, but we should all appreciate the effort by these individuals. Americans do not have to...

Is Amazon Taking Over the World? Maybe and Toys R Us is a Victim

Grace Kane, Reporter

March 19, 2018

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As most of you may or may not know, Toys R Us is gone. This chain store all over the nation has shut down for good. Some of us have spent a lot of time in this kid-friendly store, shopping for Christmas, birthdays, Easter,...

Electives – What to Take?

Marie Gonias, Reporter

March 8, 2018

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Are you ever unsure about whether you should take certain classes or not? Here at Wantagh High School, there are plenty of options to choose from. But, since there are so many options, it’s sometimes difficult to decide. Picking...

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