Yearly Archives: 2018

  It is a common misconception among Fairfield Warde High School students that “only Fairfield Woods Middle School has tunnels in its basement,” and, “The Warde Tunnels are just an urban myth.” As of today, everyone’s going to know the truth. In early October, I was asked by the advisor […]

The Warde Catacombs

After years of students being forced to go to the monotonous, dull holiday music event known as “Carillon,” it has finally been discontinued. While a handful of students expressed disappointment that they would not be able to miss parts of class next Friday, the overall reaction was relief. According to […]

Carillon Cancelled

With Warde choir director Mrs. Lauren Verney-Fink on maternity leave for the first portion of this year, Ms. Anna Deveau-Jalbert has taken the helm of leading three choirs and preparing each group for two performances (including the annual Carillon concert) throughout the first few months of school. I recently got […]

Spotlight: Ms. Anna Deveau-Jalbert

As the deadline to submit college applications approaches and many Warde seniors frantically complete essays and resumes, it is undoubtedly an extremely stressful time of year. However, I had a chance to sit down with Sophie Sancho, a Warde senior who recently accepted a scholarship to play softball at the […]

Senior Spotlight: Sophie Sancho

This year, Warde’s Girls Swimming and Diving team is composed of four divers and over thirty swimmers from every grade. It is an amazing, supportive community, led this year by Head Varsity Coach Amy Radovic and Assistant Varsity Coach Kelsey Barlow. This year, the team experienced a change in the […]

Warde Girls Swim and Dive 2018-2019

This year, the Chinese and Business Departments will be hosting a trip to China over April break in 2019. Starting April 11, 2019, the group will leave from New York City and arrive in Beijing. Over the week, they will be able to visit Beijing, Xi’an, Chengdu, and Shanghai. The […]

Plans Made for Warde 2019 China Trip

The seemingly impending doom, or triumph, of college application deadlines, is right around the corner. To many, this seems like a cornerstone in life, one that dictates future happiness. This medieval perception that happiness, wealth, and sanctity, can only be achieved at the top schools is terrifyingly flawed. Life is […]

Perspective: The College Process