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Ok, it’s time to admit it, everyone, Winter just isn’t that naturally aesthetic. It’s cold and we care more about how freezing our fingers are than the ugly (but warm) coat we’re wearing which is strategically thin enough to stuff into the locker no one has or our backpacks. Our […]

Winter Aesthetics




(Left to right) Seniors Anwar Sakly, Luke Lileika, and Patrick Covino moments before their calculus midterm.
Midterms and their aesthetics are a lot of different things: tests, essays, or something in between. They’re teachers that let you watch a movie and teachers that give you 50-page packets, all to prepare for the same thing, worth the same amount of points, as a marker to see if […]

Midterm Aesthetics





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


Failure is a parasite. On impressionable cerebral foundations, failure is an autocratic instructor. In school, its instruction dictates students’ progression. Students evolve to accommodate and avoid failure–through grades, discussion, and instruction–so that fear of imperfection becomes the authority, ultimately stagnating the perception of what’s possible.  Students are taught a static […]

Failure in School is Failing our Futures




We’ve just entered the third term of the school year, wrapping up the first half year courses from term one and two. One of these courses included Acting, most commonly populated by the class of 2019. Members of this class have been part of many theater productions here at Warde, […]

The End Of An Acting Era



This past year, there has been much controversy within the Warde community over courses and their GPA weightings for future years. On January 22, 2019, an email was sent out regarding the administration’s plan for GPA weighting changes and course name updates. The message highlights five main themes among comments […]

New GPA and Course Names