The End Of An Acting Era

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, including The Three Sisters, Into…

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Opinion: When Will Trump Stop His Collateral Damage?

President Trump has spent the last two months – the past two years really – failing to convince Congress to pay for and build his beloved border wall. His selfish pursuit of the wall has caused an incalculable amount of collateral damage on our country and its people. When will this ludicrous charade of his…

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New GPA and Course Names

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 from the Board of Education,…

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A Teacher Thank You: There is a Tree Growing in Lower Fitts!

Lower Fitts is home to two classrooms, fairly close in proximity, in which the cumulative brain power of the teachers is unbelievable. Mr. Pollex, Mr. Cehovsky, and Mr. O’Brien make up a trio of enlightened individuals that I believe, if the given the opportunity, could change the world. There are few people that one encounters…

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Editorial: How Warde Students Get Their News

With the epidemic of fake news and attacks on the free press from the executive branch, it is important for citizens to be educated on not just the contents of the news, but how they receive it. In a recent survey by the Pew Research Center, it was determined that 67% of Americans get at…

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A Modest Proposal: The Two Party System

The American people have a certain melancholy disposition to our primarily two-party system. While some cling to the values of their party like a moth to light, others distance themselves like a vampire from an Italian restaurant. For the rest of the population, declaring a political party waters down individual opinions to those of the…

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Editorial: Why Student Protest is so Valuable

There is often a common sentiment expressed by high school students when it comes to making a difference: “Yeah, but what could I actually do?” The #NeverAgain movement is changing that. Inspired by the actions of high school students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida where a tragic school shooting took 17…

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#NeverAgain Movement at Fairfield Warde High School

Most of members of the FWHS student body and faculty have heard by now something or other about the #NeverAgain Movement brewing in the halls, as the student walkout occurred only days ago. There are many opinions about the organization: some positive, some negative, some neutral, and most of them just plain confused. To shed…

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GOAT Thanksgiving Food

By: Marissa Russo and Rishika Sau Have you ever heard of the abbreviation GOAT? If you have not it stands for the greatest of all time. What makes something a GOAT is it has to be well known and liked by lots of people. The classification of GOAT could be used to describe lots of…

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