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How Can Inhumanity Exist During Times of Disaster?

Allie Kelsey, Associate Editor

September 15, 2017

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Horrific storms have swept through many areas of the United States leaving behind destruction and devastation. One of the many areas affected by the first hurricane, Hurricane Harvey, was Texas. Media coverage has depicted...

Yearbook Senior Quotes Phased Out

Sean Smith, Editor in Chief

March 15, 2017

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Freshmen look forward to senior year so they can pick quotes that will appear under their names in the yearbook. Some students plan their quote as freshman. But for others, finding the right one can be a tricky. Many students...

Fake News is Littering the Media Lanscape

Allie Kelsey, Viewpoints Editor

February 17, 2017

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There has been an increasing amount of “fake” news and even though fake news has always existed, avenues like social media and fake news websites continue to fuel this destructive behavior. The harmful effects of fake news...

Need an Elective? Why Not Journalism

By Olivia Vinson, Reporter

January 18, 2017

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Ever since I was in elementary school, I loved to write. I recall having journals upon journals of stories in my backpack, on my desk, stuffed in bookcases. English class was always a favorite for me and I recall rejoiced...

Remember the Heroes Behind the Badge

Allie Kelsey, Viewpoints Editor

January 8, 2017

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One would be a tragedy, but 135 is beyond comprehension. In 2016 nationwide, we lost an inconceivable 135 police officers. These fallen police officers were killed in the line of duty and deserve our gratitude for their service...

Let’s Get Back to School for Sportsnite

Juliet Watstein, Reporter

January 8, 2017

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How many W.H.S students look forward to the end of the long holiday break? For those involved in Sportsnite, there is hype and excitement for post-break practices. Sportsnite has been a tradition since Wantagh High School opened...

Flu Sickens Scores of Students

Madison Napolitano, Reporter

January 6, 2017

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Unfortunately, the week before the December holiday vacation Wantagh High School students and staff suffered from an ugly sickness that spread rapidly. Teachers and students tried to be cautious to prevent illness. The main...

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