Seniors be warned: coming home from college the first time can be very…uncomfortable. Like Dorothy stepping into Oz, you may find yourself saying, “Toto, we are not in Westfield anymore.” Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 20
Taylor Swift has recently made the decision to pull her music from Spotify, and for good reason. Spotify rips off artists by encouraging people to listen anytime instead of buying an album on iTunes, which is unfair to the artists. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 21
Recently, pop star Taylor Swift has cut all ties with Spotify by removing all of her works from the company’s collection of songs. According to an interview by TIME, Swift said that she thought Spotify was not a legitimate resource, that it does not respect music and that it does not pay its artists enough. This decision is a loss for Spotify but perhaps an even bigger loss for Swift.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 19
It seems that every year, “Trick or Treat” is immediately traded in for “Happy Holidays,” and candy is exchanged for wrapping paper. However Thanksgiving—sandwiched in between these two highest grossing holidays, according to nrf.com—loses its true meaning and importance in the shadow of these commercialized holidays. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 18
Miller spins into shape
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Black Friday: sales skyrocket
While some are concerned with stuffing the turkey and baking the perfect pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving dinner, stores are preparing to accommodate the massive crowds of shoppers as they scout out the best Black Friday deals. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 31
School Store Sets Up
If you’ve ever realized that your calculator is out of battery right before a math test, or you lost your last pencil, you’ll be excited to hear that the SGA opened a school store last week in Caf. A. The store, which sells school supplies and school spirit merchandise, is open each Tuesday and Thursday during lunch periods. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 36
Let’s Party Like It’s 1964
Fifty years ago, Lyndon B. Johnson was president of the United States, a gallon of gas cost $0.30 and Beatlemania was sweeping the globe. These memories and more were shared by the WHS Class of ‘64 at its 50-year high school reunion last month, spurring Hi’s Eye to take a look at the evolution of WHS and its students since then.
XC pulls ahead
With spirited fans on the sideline, the boys cross country team won and the girls placed fourth in the Sectional Championships at Greystone Park on Nov. 8. Both teams will move on to the Group 4 State Championship tomorrow at Holmdel Park. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 31
Edmonson rows her way to success
As a nationally recognized coxswain, WHS senior Kate Edmondson has steered her way into victory with her rowing career. Most recently, her eight-member boat placed second in the nation out of 85 high school level teams at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 50
Football runs out of time
A touchdown in the final minutes of the boys varsity football game allowed Hunterdon Central to edge past Westfield with a slim 7–6 victory at Kehler Stadium on Nov. 8.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 31
Fall sports wrap-up
Girls Field Hockey
Finished its season 6–14– 1 and advanced to the second round of the NJSIAA tournament behind the strong play of senior Tri-Captains Valeria Bouchoueva and Sophie Bass and junior Tri-Captain Cami Sullivan. Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 29
Next week, school spirit will be seen throughout the halls as the Student Government Association hosts its annual Spirit Week along with new Homecoming festivities.
In an effort to minimize dependency on non-reusable water bottles, the PTSO has installed new water bottle-filling stations throughout WHS.
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The food drive sponsored by the SGA started Nov. 11 and will last through Nov. 25 to collect items for the food pantry at the Holy Trinity Parish. According to SGA Vice President Katie Brown, the homeroom that brings in the most cans will receive a bagel breakfast sponsored by the SGA.
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BOE candidates answer campaign Q’s
Hi’s Eye interviewed the five candidates running for the three spots in the upcoming Board of Education election on Nov. 4. To read their full responses, please visit whshiseye.com. They were all asked the following question: What are your plans for improving education in Westfield?Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 55
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Senior Photos Senior baby pictures, yearbook quotes and pictures
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Boys Basketball The tryouts for boys basketball are today after school.
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Junior Powder PuffJunior girls need to pick up their uniforms today
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