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Will equality ever last?

Ashley Rasina, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2015

Filed under Opinion

One hundred-forty-nine years ago, slavery was abolished. One hundred-forty-nine years. Equality must be flourishing by now, right? Wrong. Women, African Americans, gays: the list goes on and on, people who are judged for something...

Then: Your Pocket’s Ringing

Ashley Rasina

May 11, 2015

Filed under 20 Year Anniversary, Opinion

So what’s the deal with cell phones? You know, those loud ringing pieces of plastic. Cellular phones are improving everyday from the gigantic ones from about two years ago that you could not put anywhere to small, compact ones...

THEN: Students test the limits of morality by finding new ways to get the answers.

Niki Stamps

May 11, 2015

Filed under 20 Year Anniversary, Opinion

The teenage trend that never goes out of style: cheating; it’s affecting classrooms everywhere. You are in your biology class and there is a huge exam you didn’t study for. Your grade depends on this exam, you do not pass...

The best and worst of 1989 – 1999

Madison Michaud, Journalism 1 Staff Reporter

May 7, 2015

Filed under 20 Year Anniversary, Opinion, Then/Now

Throughout 1998 we saw everything from the final episode of Seinfeld the second impeachment in U.S. history to Ginger leaving the Spice Girls with her hope of becoming Princess Diana. Now how are we going to top that in ‘99? Sports  S...

WHS celebrates black history month?

Jaden Williams, Journalism Staff Reporter

May 4, 2015

Filed under 20 Year Anniversary, Opinion, Top Stories

Black History month is celebrated across the nation during the month of February. This month signifies the many achievements of blacks. This month gives everyone, no matter what their race is, a chance to learn about African Americans. Woodcreek...

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