Asian Alliance hosted the first Asian Alliance Festival on May 19 last year. We seek to create a tradition by hosting one this year as well.

WHS Asian Alliance to host Annual Asian Alliance Festival

Saniya Shah and Sayuki Layne June 11, 2024

After a busy May, WHS Asian Alliance will host the second annual Asian Alliance Festival open to all town members from 3:30-4:30 at Comstock Community Center on June 13th.  Last year, the Asian Alliance...

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Where Magic Meets the Sea

Where Magic Meets the Sea

Harper Crawford, Staff Writer March 4, 2024

It feels like every day is a race to the finish line. With everything going on, having the time to do what you want is rare and must be taken advantage of. Instead of escaping it all via social media,...

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Fans of the written series have long awaited the release of the Percy Jackson TV Show. After an unfaithful movie adaption, they are hoping this will be their on-screen redemption.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians, the TV Show, Both Hits and Misses

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief February 29, 2024

For Percy Jackson fans, a TV Show adaptation was a dream come true. After the badly adapted and badly rated film, featuring aged-up characters and inaccurate events, fans eagerly awaited the release of...

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The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, prequel to the original Hunger Games series, pays homage to the original movies while offering newness, including a catchy soundtrack.

Battle of Songbirds and Snakes brings everything Hunger Games fandom hoped for, Even Without Original Cast

Yana Giannoutsos, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2023

“What happens in there, fueled with the terror of becoming prey, see how quickly we become predator? See how quickly civilization disappears?” -Dr. Volumnia Gaul The Hunger Games: The Ballad of...

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“The New Colossus,” Emma Lazarus’s famous 1883 poem welcoming immigrants to America, is inscribed in the Statue of Liberty

Beyond the Golden Door: Reimagining “The New Colossus” in An Argument Against the United States Citizenship Test

Anant Srinivasan, Managing Editor December 7, 2023

In an interview conducted shortly after his 2020 election victory, Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville misidentified the three branches of the United States government as “the House, the Senate, and the...

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Taylor Jenkins Reid’s embodiment of powerful female characters and pertinent commentary on the Hollywood ‘50s and rock ‘n roll ‘70s in her books The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Daisy Jones and The Six sum up what it is to read a good book.

Music and the Movies on the Summer Page

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief September 29, 2023

There is nothing like Hollywood or Sunset Strip drama in a summer read. Taylor Jenkins Reid pulls it off in her remarkably similar yet still quite interesting books The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and...

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The New Breed discusses new technology through the context of human interactions with animals.

Book Review: The New Breed — Considering Humanity’s Future With Robots

Anant Srinivasan, Managing Editor September 26, 2023

Imagine a world where robots walk among us, not as menacing villains from science fiction movies, but as members of a more complex future society. Dr. Kate Darling explores this notion in The New Breed,...

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Both students and parents are invited to the NHS Fair, which will take place in the Cafeteria on September 28th during Open House.

NHS Announces Fair at Open House

Yana Giannoutsos, Editor-in-Chief September 26, 2023

As October approaches, the National Honor Society executive board and members prepare to welcome the upcoming cycle of inductees. NHS, the culmination of years of service and dedication to the community,...

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The Banks family, played by Emmy Bear, Miya Lasher, Henry Purcell, and Alex Shuie (Lara Paschalidis)

Tech Week Behind the Scenes: How to Make a Musical “Practically Perfect” in Every Way

Yana Giannoutsos, Editor-in-Chief May 20, 2023

  Tech week, the infamous seven days leading up to a production, features what can only be described as beautiful chaos; it is the satisfying culmination of months of effort—and the last chance...

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Constance Wu, Henry Golding, and Gemma Chan, starred in the book-to-movie adaption of Kevin Kwan’s Crazy Rich Asians.

Crazy Rich Asians, the Book, Features Both the Life and the Love

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2023

The first book I finished in 2023, and also the first personal reading book I finished in four months, Crazy Rich Asians, by Kevin Kwan, saved me from having to revoke my book-nerd status. This book is...

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