The WHS football team now schedules practices on the field in front of Fujitani due to turf closure.

Hit by Hurricanes

Ria Raniwala and Ava Marini October 20, 2021

Wilton High School temporarily lost a vital part of the campus in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, when the iconic Fujitani Field was shut down at the beginning of the school year to undergo restoration...

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Donald Ray DJ Johnson Jr, Laura Lee, and Mark Speer of Khruangbin perform in London, England.

The B-Side: “The Universe Smiles Upon You”

Henry Purcell, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

It’s pretty difficult to look cool while walking down a hill, but if someone does it while listening to “The Universe Smiles Upon You,” at least they’ll feel like they do. The debut album from...

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City hosts one of the largest and most extravagant events of the year: The Met Gala.

Opinion: The Most Meaningful Looks Amidst a Meaningless Met Gala

Julia Clark, Staff Writer September 18, 2021

The Met Gala is one of the world's most exclusive invitationals, a party hosted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, at which in attendance are amongst the most powerful names in pop culture....

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Wilton Mock Trial members pose for a yearbook photo over Zoom.

Wilton students overcome challenges in a year of determination

Avery Baumel, Staff Writer June 3, 2021

Entering high school is often a scary and uncertain process. Clubs and sports can be a welcome way to form valuable friendships and ease some of that anxiety, but for this year’s freshman class, the...

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Ava Marini interviews the students of Wilton High School to find an open window into life in Wilton.

Talk of the School: June 2021

Ava Marini, Staff Writer June 3, 2021

The scale at which COVID-19 entered the world is something that no one could have predicted. While schools have only endured a year in this pandemic, the physical, social, and mental casualties will be...

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College decision reaction videos have gone viral all over the internet, often garnering millions of views.

College Olympics

Joy Ren, Managing Editor May 30, 2021

A strained pause, a moment of disbelief, an “oh my god”, and it becomes clear. She’s been accepted.  During her college application season in high school, Nina Wang had applied to twenty schools,...

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Wilton High School, despite its vast campus, thrives due to the immense efforts of often unappreciated staff members.

Hidden Gems

Bella Andjelkovic, Joy Ren, and Lora Simakova May 26, 2021

Human. A quality that is unique to none and shared by all of society. As a species, humanity relies on identity to make them different, such as their behavior, personality, and past experiences. So why...

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Social selling becomes the basis for the attention-seeking craving people have.

Watch Me

Lora Simakova, Editor-in-Chief May 25, 2021

We crave attention. It’s the human in us. Social selling is the act of using social platforms to present oneself in a desirable way. It often refers to the establishment and expansion of sales products...

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J. Cole released his new outstanding album, “The Off-Season,” on May 14, 2021.

J. Cole brings success with “The Off-Season”

Lora Simakova, Editor-in-Chief May 19, 2021

Killa, it’s The Off-Season. Initially titled “The Fall Off,” but now called “The Off-Season,” J. Cole’s new album is  not one to disappoint. It’s been three years since the rapper released...

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Icarus, a documentary of interesting fates, is not one to skip over.

“Icarus” is not one to miss

Piper Chase, Guest Writer May 1, 2021

“They are all doping.”  Anti-doping scientist Don Catlin states the facts plain and simple. In a modern world dominated by professional sports, athletes often use dangerous anabolic steroids to...

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