SPR storage sites are in four major facilities along the Gulf Coast region.
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The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: What is it and Why is it Important?

Achintya Srinivasan, Staff Writer June 13, 2024

The Biden-Harris administration recently announced their plan to sell 1 million barrels of oil from the United States’ Northeast Gasoline Supply Reserve (NGSR). They will periodically release barrels...

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Mental Health Month Brings Wellness-Related Activities to WHS

Harper Crawford, Staff Writer May 13, 2024

It is officially May, marking the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month. These thirty-one days are dedicated to helping students and staff feel their best. “Mental Health Awareness month is a...

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Wilton High School joins a small number of other high schools across the country to put on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for the first time in secondary schools this fall.

Harry Potter & the Cursed Child Play To Be Performed at WHS in Fall 2024

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2024

On February 13, Wilton High School Theatre announced plans to perform J. K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, becoming the first high school in CT and the first...

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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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Anyone But You premiered in AMC Lincoln Square Theater on December 11, 2023, quickly becoming a fan-favorite.

Does Anyone But You Live Up to the Hype or (Belly) Flop?

Yana Giannoutsos, Editor-in-Chief March 4, 2024

The ‘90s and early 2000s marked the golden age for romantic comedies. Unrealistically heartwarming, low-stress movies, these “chick flicks” set the bar high for epic scenes of love declarations and...

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Wilton High School’s music honor society will put on a women composer’s concert to bolster diverse voices in classical and contemporary music.

Tri-M to Host Women Composers Concert at WEPCO

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2024

On February 23, Tri-M, Wilton High School’s music honor society, will host a Women Composers Concert at WEPCO Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wilton. Members of the society will perform mostly...

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Sophia, David Hanson’s humanoid robot.

Opinion: What Does It Mean to Be Human in the Twenty-First Century?

Anant Srinivasan, Managing Editor January 26, 2024

On Valentine’s Day of 2016, inventor and visionary David Hanson activated his robot “Sophia,” the most advanced humanoid robot the world had ever seen. Assembled in Hanson’s Hong Kong laboratory,...

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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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Justice O’Connor was the first woman on the US Supreme Court

Obituary: In Memory of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the First Woman on the US Supreme Court

Anant Srinivasan, Managing Editor December 7, 2023

Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the United States Supreme Court, died on Friday, December 1 “of complications related to advanced dementia, probably Alzheimer’s, and a respiratory...

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