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History of Valentine’s Day

History of Valentine’s Day

Megan Kuhles, Managing Editor

March 1, 2017


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  Each February 14th in the USA and other parts of the world candy, flowers and gifts are being exchanged through loved ones. This all started by Saint Valentine but who is Saint Valentine and where did these traditions come from? Saint Valentine has Christian and ancient Roman traditions. The ...

Flowers, Chocolates, and Teddy Bears or Tissues, Tears, and Netflix?

Elizabeth Jasek and Ashley Lutz, fundraising chairperson and staff writer

March 1, 2017


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Valentine’s day is approaching and some people dread this day while others adore it. It's a day full of chocolates and teddy bears and love, or a night filled with tears and blankets and movie marathons. For those who hate Valentine’s Day and watch romantic movies to feel better, here are some good ones:...

Making a Difference: Advisors of WMC Community Service Clubs

Lana Prieur, Staff Writer

February 8, 2017


Filed under Features

Participating in the West Morris Central service clubs provides students with the opportunity to become active members of our community and make a lasting, positive impact on our society at large. Community service or volunteerism at West Morris Central also teaches real-life skills and knowledge....

Love: Answers May Vary.

Love: Answers May Vary.

Ashley Lutz, Elizabeth Jasek, Staff Writer, Fundraising Chairperson

January 25, 2017


Filed under Features

We use the word “love” everyday in the English language. It is a word that can have multiple meanings and definitions. Love is not constant bickering and crying. If you are crying more than smiling when thinking about he or she, it is not love. Love is not depending on your partner, but growin...

A Wild Time

A Wild Time

Tyler Beam, Paw Staff

January 25, 2017


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  In townsville, Australia, a zebra shark Leonie had done some thing that now baffles biologists. In the aquarium, a female zebra shark has abnormally asexually reproduced. There have been accounts of other vertebrates that have “Virgin Births”. Other creatures have these abnormalities as a m...

Gifts for the Holidays

Megan Kuhles, Assistant Managing Editor

January 25, 2017


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  Gifts for readers: The school of Life Literary Pencil Set: 6 color pencils are included in this engraved with a different literary term. http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/keywordpencilsetliterary/ UncommonGoods Novel Teas: The pack contains 25 tea bags, each has a quote on the tag. http://www.un...

Lego Of Your Mind

Lego Of Your Mind

Tyler Beam, Paw Staff

January 12, 2017


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  Lego is creating a new kit that mixes their genuine legoes with a 21st century twist. Lego is producing a new kit that helps teach kids on how to code. Lego is calling this kit the “BOOST Kit” that will consist of its wires, a master block, motors and sensors. It allows the kids to code and ...

How to Be Less Tired

How to Be Less Tired

Holly Reidinger and Erin Rubright, Managing Editor and Assistant Sectional Editor

January 12, 2017


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  How can I be less tired? The simple answer to this is to get more sleep. However, that’s easier said than done for a highschool student, and even teachers. We have recently interviewed a student at West Morris Central about how she’s affected by the amount of sleep she gets during the we...

The Kim Kardashian Come Back!

The Kim Kardashian Come Back!

Amanda Toolan and Meghan Kuhles, Club Liaison and Assistant Managing Editor

January 12, 2017


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On October 3rd, 2016 at 2:25am, five masked intruders wearing police disguises broke into Hotel Particulier Pourtales on Rue Tronchet by threatening a terrified concierge. The raiders then handcuffed the concierge and forced him to bring them to Kim Kardashian’s hotel suite. After their forced e...

This Beach Party Is To Die For

This Beach Party Is To Die For

Tyler Beam, Paw Staff

January 6, 2017


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The family of 54-year old father George Bradley Smith who drowned, sued the North Wildwood Beach last week for not saving the man. They are hoping to see the beach deemed too dangerous and close it down.   In 2012, the father was walking in ankle deep water when his 7-year old, the two had b...

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