The that girl trend has taken a large effect on girls and young people overall.

Opinion: Redefining Health in an Appearance-Based Society

Yana Giannoutsos, Managing Editor April 6, 2022

That Girl and Other Trends The idea of “that girl” has spread rapid-fire around social media platforms, much like other popular diet and lifestyle trends. But what if trends like this sparked the...

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Social media is a main factor for students lack of reading.

Social Media Reinforces the Distance Between Teens and Reading

Ava Marini, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

In our constant moving world, how many of us still sit down to read a book? I’ll bet that’s a small number of us. Most teens today have distant relationships with literature. One of the main reasons...

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Anaphylaxis is a huge challenge the Forum’s Managing Editor, Bella Andjelkovic, faces on a daily basis.

Be Wise, Don’t Underutilize

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor April 2, 2022

The worst part is doubting it yourself.  The overwhelming sensation of scratchiness in your throat, the sudden loss of appetite, the itchy tongue, the shallow breathing… Every time I feel it, I deny...

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Students take frequent breaks while studying due to disconnectivity in education.

Disconnected in an Increasingly Connected World

Ava Marini, Staff Writer January 27, 2022

Zoning out for a few minutes, doodling on your paper, whispering to your friend. We’ve all done it before, whether we meant to or not. Students are prone to losing focus in school; they’re human, and...

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The Library Learning Commons develops into a loved and well-resourced area.

Re-emergence and Convergence

Yana Giannoutsos, Managing Editor January 18, 2022

Wilton High School’s library has long served both the students and faculty as an oasis: a sanctuary self-contained within the brick walls of the glass-covered structure. However, the aftermath of the...

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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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Silva supports players on the field with a high five to keep their spirits up.

Wilton High School’s Managers Teach Us A Valuable Lesson

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor December 17, 2021

Being a “manager” of one of Wilton High School’s many sports can mean completely different things depending on the person. From a casual side activity, to basically the equivalent of a part-time...

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Computer science ,and coding in general, stands as an important aspect of modern society.

The Advent of New Programming Opportunities

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer December 16, 2021

In a world that revolves around computers and advanced technology, computing provides unprecedented advantages for society, so students must be able to harness the power of computing. Partaking in competitive...

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As popular as it is, Trader Joes stock is often lacking.

Opinion: Don’t be a Traitor-Trader Joe’s…

Maddie Levi, Staff Writer December 15, 2021

For loyal TJ’s fans, nothing compares to the satisfaction of scoring a coveted item at Trader Joe’s you have consistently been scanning the aisles for; like that inexplicably delicious pint of cookie...

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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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