School Musical: City of Angels

Another musical production is heading to Warde this coming spring. Mr. Frattaroli is directing the comedy City of Angels, written by Larry Gelbart, and unites various art departments around the school to help contribute to the making. Preparation and enthusiasm from the students and teachers involved are already in the midst as each one does…

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Whitesplaining: The Real Issue with La La Land

La La Land was slated to be one of 2016’s best flicks, earning a whopping 6 Oscars, 7 Golden Globes, and 5 BAFTAs. The movie was gorgeous and energized, filled with some of our favorite stars and immersing us into the dream-like LA night life. And yet, the excitement seemed to be smothered when musician Rostam…

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Local Theater Spotlight: BMA’s Little Shop of Horrors

Local theater group Broadway Method Academy has been putting on fantastic performances since it’s start in 2014, and their most recent production has only continued this trend. This past weekend, they took on the show Little Shop of Horrors, a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman…

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Sweet Treats for Chocoholics

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, which means that it’s time to enjoy some sweet treats. Here are three simple recipes that almost anyone can enjoy and can be prepared in only a few minutes.   Chocolate Sponge Mug Cake Makes 1 serving and ingredients can be doubled for a larger mug Ingredients: 1…

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2016: Not All That Bad

2016 is being called one of the worst years in recent history by many, and for obvious reasons. People around the globe have been dealing with negative after negative thrown at them throughout the year. But, in my opinion, it’s best to look on the bright side. So, here are some of the things that…

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Student Spotlight: Daniel Knorr

This issue’s student spotlight goes to Daniel Knorr, a senior here at Fairfield Warde. Dan is a prestigious student who has received some of the highest accolades in the school. From swim team captain, to Key Club co-president, he is a huge part of the community. He is also a part of the Music Department…

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Top Ten Midterm Tips and Tricks

It’s almost time for everyone’s favorite part of the year… midterms! While this can be a stressful period of time for everyone since these tests do count towards final grades, it doesn’t have to be that horrible. There are many different tips and tricks that can help any student do well on these tests. With…

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2016 Blockbusters and Shortcomings

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 and misses.   Zootopia –…

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Moana Review

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 since Frozen in 2013. Overall,…

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Antigone comes to FWHS

By Jessica Becker   This year, Mr. Frattaroli is directing the play “Antigone” for this year’s black box fall drama performance. He has decided to direct  the more modern version of this tragedy which is spoken in modern English. The story of this drama begins when Antigone refuses the Creon, the king’s, orders of not…

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