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2018 Winter Olympics: A Gold Medal in Drama

Quinn Iannuzzo

January 22, 2018


Filed under News

  By Quinn Iannuzzo With the winter olympics fast approaching, controversy and politics have surrounded the iconic sporting event. This is a brief summary of all the major events surrounding the 2018 Winter Olympics taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Two figure skaters who may be d...

California Forest Fires and the Public’s Reaction

California Forest Fires and the Public’s Reaction

Lauren Onweller, Paw Staff

January 22, 2018


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Source: LA Times Starting in mid October and continuing through December, California residents have been bombarded with forest fires that, as of December 19, have destroyed over 230,000 acres of land according to some sources. According to CNN and BBC, the fires’ areas combine to larger than th...

One Action Says It All: The Controversy of Logan Paul

One Action Says It All: The Controversy of Logan Paul

Nicole Legg, Sports Editor

January 22, 2018


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YouTuber Logan Paul has made headlines, but not through anything positive. In visiting Japan’s Aokigahara Forest, Paul discovered, and most notably laughed at, a dead body of a man who had committed suicide, with Paul jokingly saying in the now deleted video, “Bro, did we just find a dead person ...

Army Sings Second, Beating Navy 14-13

Alyssa Spady and Sarah Guida

January 16, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

December 9th, the 118th Navy v. Army game took place.  The game was first played in 1890 at the West Point Drill Field. Since the early games the rivalry has exponentially increased to one of the most “touchy” topics to discuss within the Military. Today, the rivalry has caused both academies to co...

Will America be Competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics?

Will America be Competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics?

Sydney Wall and Caroline Compoli

January 16, 2018


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The 2018 Winter Olympics are just around the corner and many are wondering if American athletes will be participating in the games due to the fact that they will be taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Tensions between North Korea and the US have been rising, causing many to worry for the safet...

Las Vegas Shooting

Tyler Antonelle

January 12, 2018


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58 people attended the Route 91 Harvest in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017, not knowing that it would be their last day alive. A night full of fun, laughter, and country music took a drastic turn when shots were fired at the crowd of 22,000. This chaotic incident left 58 dead and over 500 injured. The ...

Trump Approves Embassy Move to Jerusalem

Trump Approves Embassy Move to Jerusalem

Robby Zarouni, News Editor

January 11, 2018


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Conflict between Israelis and Palestinians over what is commonly known as the “Holy Land” has exited since the foundation of the Israeli state in 1948, but has escalated recently due to the interference of the United States. Just recently, on December 6, 2017, U.S. president Donald Trump publicly...

Long Branch Shooting

Long Branch Shooting

Tyler Antonelle

January 11, 2018


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As 2017 dwindled down to its final minutes, a night of celebration suddenly turned tragic when police in Long Branch, New Jersey responded to a call regarding gunshots fired. When police arrived at the home, the bodies of Linda Kologi, 42, Steven Kologi, 44, Brittany Kologi, 18, and family friend Mary Schu...

Prince Harry Proposes to Actress Meghan Markle

Prince Harry Proposes to Actress Meghan Markle

Madison Donaldson and Theresa Harvey

January 9, 2018


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A very important and special day for the royal family will take place in May of 2018. Last week on November 27th, Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle announced their engagement at Kensington Palace. The two have only been together for a little over a year, but they are extremely excited and ...

Students and Faculty are going Wild Over the new cell phones rules

Theresa Harvey and Katelyn Kulfan

October 25, 2017


Filed under News, School Updates

After coming back from summer break, West Morris Central staff has changed and updated their phone use policy during class time and when leaving class. This has upset the students and faculty.   The old phone use policy was just having the student’s phone kept in the student's backpack w...

Centrals​ ​Helping​ ​Hands

Centrals​ ​Helping​ ​Hands

Sarah Guida and Nicole Legg, Assistant Section Editor, and Sports Editor

October 24, 2017


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Although the devastating impacts of Hurricane Irma and Maria are thousands of miles away, the recovery process has started here at West Morris Central High School. One of the places hardest hit and need of help in their recovery is the island of St John's, the smallest and most remote of the U.S....

Are Self-Driving Cars Coming Back?

Theresa Harvey, Assistant Webmaster

October 24, 2017


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On the morning of September 27, 2017; Ford and Lyft have announced they will be working together to create self driving cars on the ride-hail service app by 2021. For those who don’t know about the ride-hail service, it’s an app makes it an easy place for people to call for an Lyft or Uber car...

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