Paw Print Newspaper

The Day in a life of a Sophomore

Sydney Wall and Caroline Compoli

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

      We start off  by coming into school at 7:30 after being driven in by a parent. This is so we have at least 5 minutes before the bells rings to get ready, and maybe talk to a teacher           Some morning we come in ear...

Would you rather vacation at the Jersey Shore or New York City?

Madison Donaldson, Webmaster

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Living in Northern New Jersey, we are just an hour or two away from both New York City and the Jersey Shore. These are frequent places for residents here to visit, whether it be a day trip or a summer vacation. Both places have countless activities and places to see. Which one you prefer to visit depends...

What will you miss the most about Long Valley?

What will you miss the most about Long Valley?

Linnea Foote and Sarah Guida

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial, Showcase, Showcase 2

We went around the school during period 7 to find out what the graduating class would miss the most about our home town. Although Chagels aren’t necessarily in Long Valley, it is such a staple to so many students that we had to include it. Below are the results! As you can see, the overwhelming respo...

How the student body feels about theatre

How the student body feels about theatre

Kayla Hartman, Features Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Question 1: What grade are you in? 18.5% were freshmen, 28.5% were sophomores, 28.5% were juniors, and 24.6% were seniors. This question was only meant for statistical purposes, so when I write a larger article, I can pick through individual responses and get additional statistics per grade. ...

Where Would You Like To Travel- Poll

Where Would You Like To Travel- Poll

Megan Kuhles, Managing Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

I surveyed WMC to see where they would like to travel to if they could. To obtain the results I created a google forms and put a multiple choice of different places around the world. There was also an option to add a place if they wanted to travel somewhere that was not on the list. Below are the resu...

Trying the Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

Trying the Best Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipes

Kayla Hartman and Pamela Smith

January 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

  Everyone loves a good chocolate chip cookie; but with thousands of recipes out there, which ones are really the best? Celebrity and amature chefs alike each have their own recipe, but each one yields a significantly different cookie. We compiled and tested 5 basic chocolate chip cookie rec...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Recycled or Revolutionary?

Sander Mark, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been the topic of heated debate in the world of cinema, with fans split down the middle on whether or not director Rian Johnson does the legacy of the films proud. One of the more prominent reasons why the movie is disliked is that people claim it bears a striking resemblanc...

The Burden of Serving: Sexual Harassment in the Restaurant Industry

Olivia Ferrucci, Staff Writer

January 24, 2018


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

I was 15 when I started my job at a local catering hall. It was my first job, and I was incredibly excited to work somewhere so formal—the employee dress code was black-tie, and from what I’d heard, the entire venue had historical prestige. During my 8-hour shifts, I waitresses; I catered to incr...

Old-Time Recipe: Snickerdoodles

Meghan Kuhles, Managing Editor

January 12, 2018


Filed under Cooking & Baking

I had the pleasure of talking to Mrs. MacManus, the Family & Consumer Science teacher here at WMC, and I asked her if she knew of any old recipes that are still well known today and people still enjoy. She told me the recipe that came to mind was Snickerdoodle cookies. Below are some background on sn...

OPINION; Who​ ​Says​ ​Television​ ​Doesn’t​ ​Mirror​ ​Life?

Lily Friel, Club Spokesperson & Staff Writer

December 1, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinion/Editorial

In the short amount of time it has taken to get from the beginning of ​2016​ ​to the end​ ​2017,​ the world has​ ​endured​ ​a major influx in ​violence and terrorism,​ ​even​ ​on​ ​American​ ​soil.​ ​It seems that every day we​ ​wake​ ​up to​ ​media...

Banned Books

Kayla Hartman, Assistant Features Editor

October 18, 2017


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Book banning is something that should never be done. Literature is a form of free speech, so to censor books is to strip someone of their voice. It is a way for people to control their children and other people and, although some books are banned simply for expressing political opinions, literary ce...

Be My Guest; Go See Beauty and The Beast

Be My Guest; Go See Beauty and The Beast

Elizabeth Jasek, Fundraising Chairperson

May 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion/Editorial

The moment we all been waiting for has finally come! Beauty and the Beast aired in theatres on Friday, March seventeenth. The princess fairytale was brought to life with Emma Watson starring at Belle and Dan Stevens as Beast! I made plans with my family, who were enthusiastic about the movie. We went to...

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