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  • Permit Test The permit Test will take place today after school in Caf. B

    The permit Test will take place today after school in Caf. B
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  • SGA Sale The SGA store will have a spring sale this week.

    The SGA store will have a spring sale this week. A
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  • PARCC Discussion There will be a discussion today after school in room 166 about

    There will be a discussion today after school in room 166 about your PARCC experience. Come out and share what you've been through!
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  • Make-A-Wish The Make-A-Wish club will have a bake sale today after school. Come out and support this club!

    The Make-A-Wish club will have a bake sale today after school. Come out and support this club!
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  • Folio Folio will have a coffee house this Friday in Caf. B starting at 7 pm.

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  • Staffer mourns One Direstion loss

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    I can tell you exactly where I was when I heard the news that Zayn Malik was leaving One Direction: my kitchen (tbh it was pretty convenient considering there were massive amounts of ice cream, chocolate and other carbs at my fingertips). From there, the five stages of grief began.

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  • Post-grad optiona:students try new routes

     

     

    Choosing a college is often viewed as a rite of passage for a senior, especially at schools like WHS where, according to nj.com, 94.7 percent of students attend a two- or four-year college.

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  • Schools need social media

    Social media is no longer considered an unimportant fad. So why do schools treat it as if the only outcome of social media is bullying? Social media sites need to be embraced within education to properly prepare students for today’s world.

     

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    Last week, a tragic event of terror took place in Paris, leaving over twenty dead and numerous more injured.

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  • Community fights cancer

     

    Every year over 4 million people in more than 20 countries raise funds and awareness for Relay for Life, a foundation dedicated to cancer research. This year, teens from WHS and other local schools are joining in, ready to make a difference and support one of their own. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 23

  • Meet the "subs"

     

    Whether you’re buying one in the cafeteria, or talking to them in a classroom, subs are a critical part of our school. Coming soon, the cafeteria will be offering a new menu of subs named after some of WHS’ most popular substitute teachers. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 63

  • St. Patricks Day Celebrations

    Kick off your St. Patrick’s Day with plenty of authentic treats and events! Here are a few local festivities you don't have to be Irish to enjoy:

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  • Staff Picks Oscar Winners

     

    With the Oscars only two days away, the Hi's Eye staff decided to make some predictions on possible winners

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  • Going mad for March Madness

     

    The 2015 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament (also known as March Madness) has officially come to a close, and the Duke Blue Devils are the national champions. They were a No. 1 seed, and defeated the Wisconsin Badgers, also a No. 1 seed, 68-63 in the finals. The Blue Devils are now five-time national champions.

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  • Schwimm team: ‘Friend’ly Competition

    The new Schwimm team is scheduled to compete in its first meet this Saturday. The team is comprised of six passionate, driven students with extreme feelings toward their muse: David Schwimmer. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 50

  • Ballers warm the bench

    Even though the starters get the most attention, they’re not the only ones who capture the essence of basketball. The coaches, waterboys, managers, fans and most importantly, the benchwarmers, truly change the game. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 51

  • Project X-venture alarms

    According to my schedule, tomorrow is my first day of Project Adventure in Freshman Gym. I’ve always been really into P.E., so I was looking forward to some intense high school competition. But this is taking it way too far. I mean, I’ve seen the movie and everything that happens at that party, and I just think this is a little too cutthroat. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 47

 

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Community fights cancer

 

Features

Written by Lauren D’Amico Friday, 17 April 2015 12:00

 

Every year over 4 million people in more than 20 countries raise funds and awareness for Relay for Life, a foundation dedicated to cancer research. This year, teens from WHS and other local schools are joining in, ready to make a difference and support one of their own. Read more: Community fights cancer

 

Schools need social media

 

Op-Ed

Written by Eric Herber Friday, 17 April 2015 11:35

Social media is no longer considered an unimportant fad. So why do schools treat it as if the only outcome of social media is bullying? Social media sites need to be embraced within education to properly prepare students for today’s world.

 

Read more: Schools need social media
 

Going mad for March Madness

 

Sports

Written by Brennan Erickson Tuesday, 14 April 2015 08:09

 

The 2015 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament (also known as March Madness) has officially come to a close, and the Duke Blue Devils are the national champions. They were a No. 1 seed, and defeated the Wisconsin Badgers, also a No. 1 seed, 68-63 in the finals. The Blue Devils are now five-time national champions.

Read more: Going mad for March Madness

 

Schwimm team: ‘Friend’ly Competition

 

Sports

Written by Juliette Smith Wednesday, 08 April 2015 20:16

The new Schwimm team is scheduled to compete in its first meet this Saturday. The team is comprised of six passionate, driven students with extreme feelings toward their muse: David Schwimmer. Read more: Schwimm team: ‘Friend’ly Competition

   

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