Monthly Archives: June 2021

On the field or rink, Caroline Pratt is a pensive, communicative player.  Her awareness is a floodlight, revealing the quirks of her opponents for a smooth interception only moments later. It is most notable, though, that she enjoys every second of the game and the hours in between, regardless of […]

Caroline Pratt Excels as Three-Season Athlete

Great minds are fueled by great food. Great breakfast, to be specific. Great Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Sandwiches, to be more exact. I came to this conclusion by observing where the greatest minds in Fairfield, Connecticut gather. The students at Fairfield Ludlowe High School pointed me to Fairfield Warde in […]

The Great Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Debate

As Warde students emerge from solitude to resume human interaction seven hours a day, five days a week, their pets must return to their solitary confinement. Dedicated Warde student-pet owners are now ripped away from their families, who have become essential aspects to their online school routines. Students went from […]

My dog ate my homework and it’s your fault

Since November of 2020, I have had the honor and privilege to be the Co-Host of our school’s broadcast show, ‘WardeTV’. I fondly recall watching Ted and Jeanette hosting the show in my freshman year and thinking, “Gee, I sure hope that is me someday.” And it has been me, […]

My Life as a WardeTV Anchor

On Monday, May 24th, Warde students gathered outside of the school during second period. Organized by Fairfield Warde Voices for Equity (FWVE), the Walkout for Justice was a message that the Warde community will not tolerate racism, sexism, antisemitism, homophobia, or discrimination of any kind, and was a forum for […]

Students Walk Out for Justice

The number one celebrity in the country right now is taking practically everybody by storm. With her top charting hits from her new album SOUR, Olivia Rodrigo is conveying her emotions in a heartbreaking, but absolutely incredible manner. However, while many find her music incredibly relatable, how about we hear […]

Dear Olivia Rodrigo…