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Lana Prieur, Community Service Column Editor

December 16, 2016


Filed under Features

  Survey Results: Last year, the Community Service Survey began as a student-initiated project to increase student participation and increase school contributions to the local community by asking students what they thought. The good news is that you share the halls with some really great pe...

Spirit Week Returns to WMC

Spirit Week Returns to WMC

Brielle Rapach, Social Media Editor

October 26, 2016


Filed under Features

During the week of Monday, October 10th, WMC students got the chance to show off their school spirit with a variety of themed schooldays. Taking place every October, Spirit Week is known for adding to the excitement leading up to the homecoming football game.  Student council member Albert Garri...

Crowds “Mosh” at Warped Tour 2016

Crowds “Mosh” at Warped Tour 2016

Lauren Gunning, Features Editor

October 26, 2016


Filed under Features

By the time you leave Journey’s Warped Tour there are four things that you will know for certain, your feet hurt, your ears will feel like they are full of cotton, and there will be sweat dripping down your back all the way down to your socks that will stick to your seat on the way home in the mos...

Dear Class of 2020: 15 Things That You Made Our Childhood, WAY Different Than Yours

Dear Class of 2020:  15 Things That You Made Our Childhood, WAY Different Than Yours

Alyssa Spady, Editor-In-Chief

October 21, 2016


Filed under Features, Freshman, Uncategorized

Dear Class of 2020, You all have started this year as scared freshmen moving up to the big school with kids that are either way older than you or just a year or two apart from you, wherever you may land, here are some things that you may here upperclassmen reference and you were either too young to ...

WMC Seniors Disappointed with only Four Home Varsity Football Games

WMC Seniors Disappointed with only Four Home Varsity Football Games

Lauren Gunning

October 14, 2016


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

“With the new conferences, our whole schedule got messed up,” says senior varsity football player Zach Meister, about the shocking lack of varsity home games this season. In the 2016 season there are only four home football out of the 14 games the team plays in their regular season. “It...

Creative Writing Encourages Originality and Individuality

Ashley Lutz, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016


Filed under Features

The Creative Writing elective at West Morris Central, or “see dubbs” as Mrs. Pastore refers to it, offers various opportunities to improve writing skills. Mrs. Pastore provides a safe and welcoming environment to express yourself through writing and share with others. It may be a writing course, but...

Creative Writing Encourages Originality and Individuality

Ashley Lutz, Staff Writer

October 11, 2016


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

The Creative Writing elective at West Morris Central, or “see dubbs” as Mrs. Pastore refers to it, offers various opportunities to improve writing skills. Mrs. Pastore provides a safe and welcoming environment to express yourself through writing and share with others. It may be a writing course, but...

Airborne catfish smacks women in the face

Airborne catfish smacks women in the face

Brandon Belen, Features Editor

September 30, 2016


Filed under Features

Philadelphia Resident, Lisa Lobree was on her way to her local fitness class on labor day when she was struck in the face by a catfish. Her friend Annie confirmed that the catfish fell from a tree. It is not certain how the fish fell from a tree, her friend said it was from a bird that dropped it. ...

Coll(w)e(’re)ge Early De(sparate)cision Day Approaches

Coll(w)e(’re)ge Early De(sparate)cision Day Approaches

Ellen Baker, Social Media Editor

December 3, 2015


Filed under Features

December 15th. A day of hopes and dreams for many. A time of turmoil and anxiety. Excitement. Nervousness. Panic. Confidence. All of these are the feelings that Seniors in high school across the country are emoting. Most colleges’ Early Decision notification lies on this fateful day, so those f...

From One Holiday to the Next in a Matter of Days

From One Holiday to the Next in a Matter of Days

Jillian DiPietro, Managing Editor

December 2, 2015


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I don’t know about you, but Holiday music comes on in my house the week succeeding Halloween. I’d like to think that that my family is a little early, but many people are playing Holiday music by Thanksgiving day.   Thanksgiving is a great holiday if you like to stuff your face with food and have a...

Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner!

Spice Up Your Thanksgiving Dinner!

Katie Graybill and Samantha Garretson

December 1, 2015


Filed under Features

Are you dreading that same old turkey dinner for this Thanksgiving? Have you ever thought about deviating from your family’s normal dinner traditions? Well, we are here to help! We decided to research into a unique thanksgiving recipe that could ultimately make your holiday experience a lot more e...

What do you do before Thanksgiving dinner?

What do you do before Thanksgiving dinner?

Jeffrey Millet

December 1, 2015


Filed under Features

  There are many things that people could do on thanksgiving. They could watch football, spend time with family, exchange gifts. Let’s find out what some of our own fellow students do…   My mother is trying to create an annual tradition where we always host and we have my brot...

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