Now we all know that 2016 was, well, it was a year, to say the least. However, no one is prepared for the terrible year that 2017 will be. People have so much hope in the future, and in the fact that 2017 cannot possibly be any worse than 2016. […]

2017: An Unredeemable Year


Even in the stress of the Carillon concerts, we were granted the opportunity to sit down with the FWHS band director Mr. Marsland for a comedic interview. Below we ask him a series of questions, of which never really had anything to do with the concert, but should still give […]

Focus Interview with Mr. Marsland


According to www.wfsb.com, Audry Palvac, a four year old girl who is fighting cancer, was given the chance to kick off the Christmas holiday by putting up an amazing light display! Unfortunately, a girl of just four yeas of age named Audry Palvac is currently fighting cancer and has already had to endure multiple surgeries. […]

Four Year Old Kicks of Holidays With A Bang



With just a few weeks left in the calendar year, one question has been coming up again and again: was 2016 the worst year ever? Some optimists have attempted to point out other bad years in the history of humankind, but 2016 just has it all. For example, the unrelenting […]

2016: the Worst Year Ever


1
On December 10th, the largest debate in the history of the Connecticut Debate Association was held at the Academy of Information Technology and Engineering (AITE) in Stamford. The controversial resolve was, “Should the US join the International Criminal Court?” With 8 of Warde’s own teams debating, the day was filled […]

Warde Debate Team Wins Final Debate


Multicoloured retractable pens- These pens are by far the most versatile and useful pens. They can be used for annotations, color coding, and taking notes. They even have the option of black ink, so regular writing is also possible. Like everyone’s favorite leprechaun, Mick McGarry, vibrant colors are so plentiful it’s […]

The Blur: Reviewing the Top Pens of 2016



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 […]

2016: Not All That Bad


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 […]

Student Spotlight: Daniel Knorr


Exxonmobil Promises Less Oil Will be Spilled in the North Dakota Region than Other Regions, Pinky Promise Exxonmobil CEO Rex Tillerson recently addressed the public after many protests on the North Dakota pipeline. In this address, Tillerson called the surrounding natives “primadonnas” simply because their local environment isn’t exactly the […]

BLUR: Exxonmobil Pinky Promises Less Oil Will be Spilled in ...



The Warde Indoor Track and Field season officially commenced on Monday December 5th. However, the team not only welcomed newcomers to the sport, but also a new girls head coach. Mr. Ottavio, a science teacher at Fairfield Warde High School, stepped up to the plate when it was announced that […]

New Track and Field Coach