Fall Fun

Ariana Bucelli and Sarah Margerison

November 21, 2016

Filed under Advice, Newest Features

Fall 2016 is really picking up now in the town of Wakefield. During fall, many people believe that they are limited to many activities because of the weather. That is not the case if you live on the east coast! The autumn seas...

Surviving the Start of School

Kaylee Souza and Xochi Hopwood

November 21, 2016

Filed under Advice, Newest Features

At some point in the year, everyone is faced with the pressures and difficulties of school, especially at the start of it. Finding a system that works for you is important, but just in case you need some help to stay on track...

Best For Last: David Ortiz’s Legendary Retirement Tour Season

Willam Shea and Ben Thompson

November 21, 2016

Filed under National Sports, Newest Features, Top Stories

The “retirement tour” has become a staple in sports. It is a season or year, long celebration of a player who has revolutionized a sport, or a position within their respective sport. It started with Mariano Rivera in 2013...

Freshman Year: A Guide

Samuel Simpson, Staff Writer

June 17, 2016

Filed under Newest Features, WHS Opinion

Eighth grade is almost over. You have “graduated” from the middle school and you are moving on to the high school. You’re feeling on top of the world, you guys are the leaders of the middle school, it’s all good and fun...

The Hall of the Fallen: A Review of Valhalla by Ari Bach

Rebecca Hunt, Staff Writer

June 17, 2016

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Book Reviews, Newest Features

Valhalla by Ari Bach is filled to the brim with ultraviolence, incredible technology, and three-dimensional characters. The 300-page novel, first in a trilogy, keeps readers on their toes  as they adventure with Valknut team....

Border Cafe Review

Border Cafe Review

May 26, 2016

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