Daily Archives: November 30, 2016

With all the craziness and commotion of 2016, it’s easy to get frazzled by everything going on. That’s why it’s important to kick your feet up, grab a soda and a bowl of popcorn, and immerse yourself into a completely new world. Let’s take look at 2016’s greatest movie hits […]

2016 Blockbusters and Shortcomings

Solar Powered Future: Warde has always had a commitment to clean energy. Our hydration station, our annual Earth Day celebration, the recycling bins in every classroom. Everyone who was at Warde last year knows of the solar panel project. The ceilings shook from the stomping boots, science teachers constantly mentioned […]

Solar Panels at Warde

As President Trump begins to fill his cabinet, rumors have been circling regarding the all important Chief of Acronyms position. Would it be Jim Sensenbrenner, the mastermind behind the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act, or USA Patriot Act? Or perhaps […]

BLUR: James Coyne Appointed as Trump’s Chief of Acronyms

In a truly tragic story, it appears that Warde’s beloved student run newspaper, The Focus, has vanished. The Focus was last seen on April 1st, a stunning (insert how much time has passed between April 1st and whenever these lazy editors finally get out a paper) between issues. Without the […]

BLUR: Warde Focus Vanishes, Not One Person Cares

It was the battle of the high schools at the annual Thanksgiving Day football game. This year, Warde had the privilege of hosting this event, and the turnout was fantastic. Even before the game, the parking lot was packed with parents and former Warde Alumni, sharing food and stories from […]

Warde Wins the Big Game!

Image Credit: Disney UK Film Reviews: Moana (2016), Walt Disney Animation Studios Moana is the ultimate Disney film. Probably one of the most beautifully animated films of all time, Moana opened on Thanksgiving weekend and brought in about $81.1 million in its first five days, which is the best opening […]

Moana Review