Hamnet, by Maggie O’Farrell offers an astonishingly moving tale about motherhood, women, and life.

Woman’s Might: Hamnet, by Maggie O’Farrell

Saniya Shah, Managing Editor September 15, 2022

I am awed because I have just experienced the truest, most tangible, intricate, heartbreaking depiction of a woman. This is the first feeling that comes to mind after reading Hamnet, by Maggie O’Farrell....

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Gorbachev addresses the attendees of the 11th congress of the Socialist Unity party of Germany in April 1986.

Mikhail Gorbachev: Life and Legacy

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer September 12, 2022

On August 30, 2022, the world saw the passing of one of the most influential leaders of the Cold War: the last leader of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.  Born to peasants in 1931, Gorbachev grew...

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 Daisy Edgar-Jones stars as Kya in the film adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing.

Where the Crawdads Sing: A Tune of Disappointment

Joy Ren, Editor-in-Chief July 23, 2022

“Secrets are buried just beneath the surface.” The film adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing reveals the secrets of the marsh; however, viewers find themselves lost in the chaos of the hanging...

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A leopard emerges from the foliage, the greenery reflected in its gaze.


Bernie Huang, Media Staff July 16, 2022

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The Phantom of the Opera steals the audience away, bringing the drama, emotion, and terror to life.

The Prowess of the Opera

Saniya Shah, Managing Editor July 16, 2022

A few months ago, at some ungodly hour of the night (for me, around 11:30 p.m.), it struck me that I had not yet listened to The Phantom of the Opera soundtrack. Given my general liking for musicals and...

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With the rise of Covid-19, mask mandates, quarantining, and lockdowns have affected socialization in school life.

High School Socialization In Covid-19

Saniya Shah, Managing Editor January 11, 2022

Due to Covid-19, socialization has become an increasingly difficult endeavor. During the lockdown last year, many students, especially those who stayed remote, could only socialize over text or call. While...

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Emily Mrakovcic, captain of the Wilton High School girls’ cross country team, runs a final race on the CIAC State Open course on her road to the New England Championships.

A Fight to the Finish

Joy Ren, Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2021

“Runners, on your mark.” Anticipation echoes across the field as runners settle into their starting positions. Arms cocked in ninety degree angles and torsos tilted forward, the tension is finally...

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Hot meal options on September 24, 2021 at Wilton High School feature rice, chicken, and green beans.

Opinion: Chartwells’ Chicken – Can We Call it ‘Oriental’?

Joy Ren, Editor-in-Chief October 14, 2021

Lunch is usually a time for students to unwind and relax, offering delicious and nutritious meals to get students through their hectic schedules. However, at one school in Connecticut, students were confused...

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Mr. Colati, a history teacher at Wilton High School, takes part in an interview in Humans of WHS.

Mr. Colati

Joy Ren, Editor-in-Chief January 31, 2021

Tell me a story about yourself:   "My father’s side of the family is my Italian side and my mother’s side of the family is my Japanese and British side. My grandmother had a very interesting...

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