The main entrance at Wilton High School through which students enter daily.

Opinion: Offering advice for the incoming class

While the introduction to high school can be daunting for many reasons, COVID-19 is making the transition even more difficult for students. Combined with Wilton High School's academic standards and achievements,...

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Siya Yinti, a member of the Wilton High School community, takes part in an interview for the Humans of Wilton

Siya Yinti

Ria Raniwala, Managing Editor February 9, 2021

Tell me a story about yourself:   “I think one thing from my childhood that has been very significant for me has been the dhai rice and pickle my mom used to make for me. It’s like a mango...

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Many new government employees are now working in and around the White House as a result of America’s new presidency.

A new era

Grace DiBuono-Krafick, Staff Writer January 28, 2021

As 2021 and a new presidency begins, the majority of America hopes for change, healing, unity, and reconciliation. As part of the new Biden-Harris administration, a record number of government officials...

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Students around the world breathe new life into old holiday traditions as the pandemic interrupts their plans.

Home for the holidays?

Ria Raniwala, Managing Editor December 22, 2020

"It just isn't the same," Ava said. As the days get shorter and the holidays start rolling around, it's difficult not to feel a sense of nostalgia for how this time might have been spent last year....

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Before he was kidnapped, passionate journalist and activist Itai Dzamara wrote and protested for equal rights In Zimbabwe.

“We live in fear”

Grace DiBuono-Krafick, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

On the morning of March 9, 2015, Zimbabwean journalist and activist Itai Dzamara disappeared. Five people, dressed as civilians, handcuffed him in his neighborhood, threw him into the back of a white van...

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Coach Liptack huddles with his team during a match, following with a motivating speech.

Students learn valuable lessons as long-loved coach retires from coaching volleyball

Grace DiBuono-Krafick, Staff Writer November 12, 2020

This past Friday, Wilton High School's freshman girls volleyball team competed in its final match of the season, outscoring Ridgefield two sets to one. This game not only marked the end of 2020's shortened...

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Calistoga, California; October 1st

Wildfires in the West

Ashley Moayedi October 29, 2020

As the Covid-19 pandemic ravages the globe, so do the wildfires on the west coast of the United States. Not only have we seen a significant increase in wildfires, but in 2020, an incredible increase of...

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What Would We Have Done? A COVID-19 Update

Anastasia Rogozinski, Head of Campus and Clubs October 21, 2020

If we had known about the current state of the world and how much it has changed a year ago from now, we would have cherished that time - the time we had left before the world changed forever. If we had...

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“Onward” Isn’t Pixar Wizardry, But It’s Still Pretty Good

“Onward” Isn’t Pixar Wizardry, But It’s Still Pretty Good

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film & TV March 8, 2020

★★★☆☆ In keeping with Pixar’s recent run of good-not-great animated outings, Onward is a charming yet overly familiar family-friendly adventure. Quality-wise, it’s roughly equal to 2013’s...

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“The Call of the Wild” Barks Up The Wrong Tree

“The Call of the Wild” Barks Up The Wrong Tree

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film & TV February 28, 2020

★★☆☆☆ A film like The Call of the Wild is built around dogs. The canine star determines the success of this type of film and its appeal (or lack thereof), which explains why Call of the Wild...

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