WTHS graduate named teacher of the year

Anna Navarrete

December 17, 2015

Filed under People

In October 2015, Chelsea Collins was named teacher of the year. Collins’ name might ring a bell for certain teachers at WTHS because she is a former graduate. Collins was more than happy to be reached...

Don Pablo’s Taco Tuesday – Taking Tex-Mex to New Levels

Joe Campo '17, Commentary Editor

December 15, 2015

Filed under Lifestyles

Don Pablo's Tex-Mex Bar and Grill stands valiantly on a metaphorical hilltop of customer approval in the nearby town of Deptford. With its unwavering dedication to provide authentic Mexican cuisine, Don Pablo's presents absolute...

The Bowling Team Strikes Again

Adrienne Brookstein, Managing Editor

December 8, 2015

Filed under Features, News, Sports

  The bowling team of WTHS always has time to spare at the Brunswick Bowling Alley. The teams meets three-to-four times a week for practice, from 2:30 to 4:30 each day. The bowling season has just begun, and they already...

How soon is too soon?

Cassidy Locke

November 30, 2015

Filed under Lifestyles, News

You didn’t even have a split second to wear your costume or get a sugar high off the pounds of candy you got on Halloween before you were greeted by a "Ho ho ho" or the droning tune of jingle bells. I was at Cherry Hill mall...

A gluten free thanksgiving

Kylie Finnegan

November 25, 2015

Filed under Lifestyles

Eating gluten free is never easy, EVER. Being gluten free during the holiday season is even more difficult. Sitting around the table watching those around you dig into foods you are unable to eat can definitely ruin your Thanksgiving....

Junior outlook/advice

Theresa Arocena, Commentary Editor

November 17, 2015

Filed under Lifestyles, Uncategorized

Junior Year. You’ve all heard about it, had nightmares about it. It’s the year colleges look at the most. It’s the first year of IB/AP testing, SATs, ACTs, and more. You have to start thinking about college, scholarships and...

Master Sergeant Jeffrey Hood aka The New Guy

Theresa Arocena, Commentary Editor

November 17, 2015

Filed under People

The retirement of Senior Master Sergeant Vincent Stover, who helped formed the Corps almost 23 years ago, left big shoes to fill. However, Master Sergeant Jeffrey Hood is already bonding quickly with the cadets and he’s hope...

Drill team prepares for upcoming season

Cassidy Locke

November 17, 2015

Filed under Features

Some people may or may not know what drill team is because it is a very small and hardworking sport. It is an activity that is linked with the JROTC; it involves the elements of color guard but on a much more extreme scale. Drill...

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

November 17, 2015

Filed under Features

What’s new in our school this year? Well, for starters there is a new club called Fellowship of Christian Athletes. However, you do not have to be a Christian or an athlete to attend. It’s open to everyone and they meet every...

#KevinIsMyHero

Theresa Arocena, Commentary Editor

November 10, 2015

Filed under Features

"This experience has really taught me how kind people can really be, and how helpful they can be." - Kevin Andreas

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Model student does it all

Anna Navarrete, Editor

October 25, 2015

Filed under People

How many of you are in a club and find it extremely stressful? Imagine being in over seven clubs, managing three sports teams, being involved with outside clubs on top of school work and being a role model for two younger siblings...

Dating may not be for everyone

Bria lamonica, Editor-In-Chief

September 15, 2015

Filed under Features

  High school relationships. Do they improve your overall high school experience, or hurt it? Many of us have been through the ups and downs of high school, including all the school work, stress, after school activities,...

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