Easing the pain: paying your way through college

Ashley Bauer '17

February 10, 2017

Filed under Lifestyles

  For many students, the looming process of college admissions is something most will have to seriously consider by the end of their junior year.  Between preparing for the SAT and meeting with guidance counselors, college...

Teacher of the Year: Muscelli

Kami Hickson '20, Staff Editor

February 3, 2017

Filed under News, People

Graduating from LaSalle University in 2004, Dr. Gregory Muscelli began his teaching career. First teaching one year at Cherry Hill West High School and then spending his next twelve years at Washington Township High School...

Cranberry beginnings

Samantha Morad '17, Editor

February 2, 2017

Filed under Features

Sixty-two years ago Charlie and Nellie Ashmen bought a cranberry bog in Winslow Township. Over the course of a few years, manmade lakes and land bridges were put in place, cabins and forts were built, train tracks were laid out,...

Trending Now: No Makeup

Julianna Ford

January 20, 2017

Filed under Lifestyles

Girls get a lot of hate for wearing make-up. We get called “cake-face” and “fake,” with boys telling us they’ll take us swimming on a first date so they know what we really look like, but why does make-up have a bad...

The Loss of Stars

The Loss of Stars

January 18, 2017

85th Anniversary of The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Adrienne Brookstein '18, News Editor

January 15, 2017

Filed under Features, News, The Arts, Visual Arts

New York City is arguably the most iconic place in the world, and it holds a different meaning for everyone. NYC if full of life all year round, but during the holidays, festivities are a glow from street to street. The Big Apple...

Little brothers

Bria Lamonica

January 12, 2017

Filed under Lifestyles

Growing up with a sibling 2 years younger than you can be a pain in the neck. The little pests are always teasing, antagonizing, and finding ways to make steam come out of your ears for their own enjoyment. My little brother is...

Changing times

Nicolette Murdock '17

January 8, 2017

Filed under Lifestyles

High school is a challenge for anyone that is different. If people do not consider you normal, then you are at a disadvantage. But here is the truth, there is no normal. Everyone is just trying to get by in high school and fit...

Taking different directions

Sam Morad '17

January 8, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Features

After taking a hiatus last Dec, One Direction has finally gone in different directions. Starting the band in 2010 on The X-Factor UK, these five boys (Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, and Zayn Malik) made...

Crime committed at Kotoricon

Samantha Morad '17, Features Editor

January 8, 2017

Filed under Features

The little convention with a big heart strikes again! With this year’s theme of “crime,” Kotoricon provided an arresting days entertainment. (insert quote) This year Kotori changed it up a bit. Registration looped completely...

A practical approach to earning a license

Ashley Bauer '18

January 4, 2017

Filed under Lifestyles

For many students, driving is one of the most exciting high school experiences.  Yet the prospects of learning how to drive can be overall overwhelming, so to alleviate this process, here is your brief guide to all things driving. The...

A green Christmas

Adrienne Brookstein '18, News Editor

January 3, 2017

Filed under Features

“This means a lot to me because it’s something important in my life, and it’s shaped me into who I am. God has always been there for me, and being able to take such a huge part of my life and involving it in school is incredible....

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