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A Closer Look at WMC's Electives
Gabriella Nowak February 16, 2021

It’s that time of year again, the time when the scheduling meetings begin as students consider their options for classes next year. However, students often don’t have...

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Stop Being Bugged by Eating Bugs!
Stop Being Bugged by Eating Bugs!
Lily McMeen, Staff writer • March 16, 2021

Don’t like the idea of eating bugs or just bugs in general? You’re not alone: a bit under three-quarters of the world’s population don’t eat bugs and around 25% of...

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Image of Amanda Gorman Reciting at the Inauguration from Politico
Young Poet Rises as She Raises the Nation
Hailey Onweller, World/US News Editor • February 3, 2021

On January 19th, Amanda Gorman went to sleep with 10 thousand followers on Instagram: on January 21st, she woke up to 2.3 million followers. The words this Youth Poet Laureate...

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The Unfinished Race by Kylene Cochrane was written to tell athletes that they are not alone in their battle with injury
"The Unfinished Race"
January 6, 2021
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Staff Profile
Evelyn Oravez
Evelyn Oravez
Staff Writer

Evelyn is a Sophomore at West Morris Central and a Journalism I student. This is her first year writing with The Paw. She enjoys reading and writing about entertainment news and what is going on in the...

Hannah Gould
Hannah Gould
Co Editor-in-Chief

Hannah is currently a senior at WMC and Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Paw. When she is not writing articles, Hannah is working on creating The Paw's print editions and working with staff on layout. When Hannah...

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Saying Goodbye to Asynchronous Mondays: A Double-Edged Sword
Saying Goodbye to Asynchronous Mondays: A Double-Edged Sword
Lily McMeen, Staff writer • April 27, 2021

Mr. Rymer issued an announcement and teachers have spottily mentioned something we all dreaded to hear: the removal of asynchronous Mondays. For the last few months, we were...

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Protesters hold up photos of State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi, de facto leader of Myanmar, at the embassy in neighboring Thailand. In a bloodless coup, the military of Myanmar—the Tatmadaw—overthrew Aung San Suu Kyi and the civilian government following a decisive loss in the national elections, which it declared fraudulent. The events represent a culmination of Myanmar’s fall from grace over the past few years; formerly welcomed as a democratic experiment, the country has since been plagued by ethnic conflict with a systematic genocide against its Rohingya minority. Photo credits: Lauren DeCicca/Getty Images.
Mayhem in Myanmar: the Fall from Grace of an Experiment in Democracy
Vincent Jiang, President of Journalism Club • February 7, 2021

On the morning of February 1, the government of Myanmar was overthrown by its military, known as the Tatmadaw. In a bloodless coup, the military disrupted communications and...

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WMC Sports Pod
WMC Sports Pod
Lizzie Rubright, Head Sports Writer • April 30, 2021

  

Thank you Drew: Saints QB Announces Retirement After 20 Years
Thank you Drew: Saints QB Announces Retirement After 20 Years
Lizzie Rubright, Head Sports Writer • April 7, 2021

After 20 seasons in the NFL, New Orleans Saints franchise quarterback Drew Brees announced his retirement from the league on Sunday, March 14, at the age of 42. He told fans...

March Madness Includes a Women
March Madness Includes a Women's Tournament
Lizzie Rubright, Head Sports Writer • April 7, 2021
Bracket Prediction made by Andy Katz and published by NCAA
COVID Can't Stop March Madness, Again!
Hailey Onweller, World/US News Editor • March 1, 2021
MVP: The Tom Brady Story
MVP: The Tom Brady Story
Hannah Gould, Co-Editor-in-Chief • February 8, 2021
Tom Brady hoists the Lombardi Trophy after defeating the Chiefs 31-9
Tampa is Titletown
Lizzie Rubright, Head Sports Writer • February 8, 2021
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