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Cookie DŌ

Megan Kuhles, Assistant Managing Editor

April 27, 2017


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Do you love to eat raw cookie dough? Well now there is a store exactly for this! Located in NYC Cookie DŌ is where you can eat raw cookie dough. Cookie DŌ was born thanks to a woman named Kristen. Kristen went to a cookie shop but she was craving unbaked cookie dough. She brought a tub of raw cookie dough...

How Music Changed My Life

How Music Changed My Life

Daelien Drake, Broadcast Director

April 27, 2017


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Music has been a blessing to humans since we can remember and we have been advancing ever since. We are lucky to be able to carry and listen to music whenever we want as long as we have our cell and headphones. Some use music as a stress reliever and some simply just love it. So, let me tell you how...

The Lavar Ball Effect

Alyssa Spady, Editor In Chief

April 27, 2017


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  Lonzo, LiAngelo, and LaMelo Ball have taken the basketball world by storm because of their extraordinary talents on the hardwood. Older brother Lonzo is already making waves as the starting point-guard for the UCLA Bruins. Brother LiAngelo and LaMelo are not fall behind, with LiAngelo alre...

8 Reasons Girls Worry About Prom

Ashley Lutz and Elizabeth Jasek, Fundraising Chairpeople

April 17, 2017


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  It’s crazy to think that prom is roughly ninety days away! The West Morris Central Prom is hosted forty minutes away, at Birchwood Manor in Whippany, New Jersey. Prom starts at 6pm and lasts until 11 p.m. Prom is an unforgettable, beautiful, and amazing night. However, some guys do not...

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?

Lily Friel, Club Spokesperson

April 17, 2017


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  I think it is great that there are TV shows about genealogy, sitcoms about ethnicities like Blackish or Fresh Off The Boat, and edgy dramas exploring identity. What I really admire is a person that transcends the typical boundaries in all categories.  A good example is Jennifer Lopez.  She star...

Parks and Recreation Dominates in Mockumentaries

Parks and Recreation Dominates in Mockumentaries

Brielle Rapach, Social Media Editor

April 10, 2017


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With big thanks to Netflix, many past-hit television shows that you may have missed when they were airing are readily available to watch 24/7.  For me, this was the case with Parks and Recreation, NBC’s hit television show that aired from 2009 to 2015. Right from the first episode, I knew that I was h...

The Driver’s Test: Do’s and Dont’s

The Driver’s Test: Do’s and Dont’s

Morgan Zindulka, Co- Broadcast Directpr

April 10, 2017


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So we all are aware of the one test that requires a different kind of “studying,” or in other words, practice: the driver’s test. First, you take and pass the written test, and once you turn 16, you take your 6 hours, where you practice with an instructor. After that, it’s practice, practic...

World Wide Whoopsie

World Wide Whoopsie

Tyler Beam, Paw Staff

April 10, 2017


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  On Tuesday, February 28, Amazon had almost broke the internet. While changing some of its systems, one of the workers made a typo. Unknowingly this typo made many of the apps, billing systems and websites run slow or unresponsive.   While Amazon does own many businesses and websites, it effects m...

The Long Valley “Bubble”

The Long Valley “Bubble”

Holly Wagner, Webmaster

March 6, 2017


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The reality is that we live in a post 911 world. Since that date, fear within America has only grown. We all see the impact of this on TV, but what is the effect on West Morris Central students?   Millennials are on average living more sheltered lives than their parents. In the words of histor...

Adele Stirs Talk After 2017 Grammy Awards

Adele Stirs Talk After 2017 Grammy Awards

Brielle Rapach, Social Media Editor

March 6, 2017


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Every year, there is always something to talk about after the Grammy awards.  This year, it appears that Adele is the topic of choice. Opening the show in its entirety, Adele performed her hit song, “Hello”.  Standing in one spot the whole time, it was definitely a usual Adele-style perform...

What Are You Watching?

What Are You Watching?

Erin Rubright, Staff Editor

March 3, 2017


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At the end of the fourth quarter in 2016, Netflix had 93.8 billion subscribers. In a class of 27 students of all high school grades, 20 of them have netflix or regularly use a friends account. So what is everyone watching?   Drama is one of Netflix’s most popular tv series categories. T...

An Eternal Love Story

An Eternal Love Story

Tyler Beam, Paw Staff

March 1, 2017


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In 2011, a couple had created their own love story that was more real than it was a fairy tale. This timeless love is with couple Charles and Julie. They have been married for 59 years and fought through thick and thin.   Julie was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, ALS, also commonly k...

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