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  • Graduation location debated

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  • Educating employees

    When you buy a shirt or pair of shoes, you don’t often consider the consequences of that purchase beyond your use of the product. However, your consumer dollar goes further than simply paying for the materials used to make the product: employees need to be compensated, part of which includes health care. Sometimes this healthcare is left to the employee’s discretion, but some companies want to put restrictions on employees’ access to certain things like birth control.

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  • Staffer takes stand on animal rights

    Today, most of us don’t have to think about the rights that we enjoy because we are promised the moral freedom we deserve: our inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. However, animals—the creatures of our planet with no voices—are often victims to the cruelty of man.

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  • Renwick philosophizes: April Fools Issue

    If there's one man who can recite the most inspirational and well-recognized quotes of all time, it's Principal Mr. Peter Renwick.

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  • Faces in the Crowd

    Faces in the Crowd is a recurring feature in which Hi’s Eye selects random members of the WHS community to interview.

    Here’s what we found out about sophomore Gianna Morello: Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 37

  • Day of Service gives back

    Youth and Government expanded its mission last year by adding the Day of Service  to allow students to take action and support the community, according to senior YAG Officer Alexa Derman. The most recent Day of Service was Saturday, during which Westfield delegates volunteered to support New Jersey food banks. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 26

  • Gap years gain ground

    After students throw their caps into the air and leave high school, they typically continue their schooling with a college education. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 55

  • Exchange program goes abroad

    Each year, various WHS students pack their bags and travel abroad as part of the exchange programs at WHS. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 23

  • Boys lax cruises

    After a tumultuous game of rivalry and overcoming a slow start, WHS boys lacrosse came out on top last Friday at SPF with a final score of 15–6.

    According to senior Co-Captain Chris Aslanian, the team’s goals this season include becoming a cohesive team and working together as a unit. Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 28

  • Athletes recognized

    Hi’s Eye has chosen to highlight who were named to nj.com’s first and second all-county teams following the winter season.

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  • Final Four preview

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  • Jousting: ride or die (April Fools)

    A new spring sport is now option for students: the first-ever boys and girls jousting teams in Union County.  The jousting teams will hold tryouts for newcomers to the sport Monday after school in Gym 5.

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Graduation location debated

 

Op-Ed

Written by Dara Tucker and AJ Gold Friday, 04 April 2014 08:26

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Staffer takes stand on animal rights

 

Op-Ed

Written by Kaylee Baez Friday, 04 April 2014 08:22

Today, most of us don’t have to think about the rights that we enjoy because we are promised the moral freedom we deserve: our inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. However, animals—the creatures of our planet with no voices—are often victims to the cruelty of man.

Read more: Staffer takes stand on animal rights

 

Crossing under fire: residents petition for safety

 

News

Written by Caitlyn Tierney Friday, 04 April 2014 08:19

After being struck by a car a few days earlier at the intersection of Cowperthwaite Place and Prospect Street, Westfield resident Donna Rothstein passed away on Feb. 5, according to westfield.patch.com. Since then, over 20 residents of Westfield have signed a petition to improve safety at this intersection, according to thealternativepress.com.

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High school pilots Google Apps

 

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Written by Caitlyn Tierney Friday, 04 April 2014 08:17

WHS will be piloting Google Apps For Education this spring for its projected launch this fall. The move follows the lead of colleges including New York University and Harvard University, according to gafeclass.com.

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