FDR delivering a “fireside chat.”

This Week in History: April 12

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

On April 12, 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, passed away, leaving a void felt deeply by many across the nation. His enduring twelve-year presidency and leadership...

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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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Coming Full-Circle: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Coming Full-Circle: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Linda Petersen, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about time. I’m quickly nearing the end of my senior year, but I’m not so sure I feel like a senior. It seems like it went too fast, but in other ways, it feels...

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Your local Pokeworks should truly be a staple in your diet.

Pokeworks: For the Strong Ones

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor March 29, 2022

My dad, a Serbian immigrant, blames his love for all things spicy on his eastern European roots. Therefore, as his daughter, I blame my love for all things spicy on him. And when I say “love,” I mean...

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Crimean War: a blazing battle in and around the harbor at Sevastopol, details of the French and English ships are given.

This Week in History: March 28th & 30th

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer March 28, 2022

Today, exactly one hundred and sixty-eight years ago, both Britain and France declared war on Russia, escalating the Crimean War (1853 - 1856), a conflict that pitted Russia against major powers at the...

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Trevor Noahs Born a Crime is a satisfying read that is definitely worth a read.

Born a Crime: Trevor Noah’s Life Story

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

Born a Crime is talk show host Trevor Noah’s debut novel. The autobiography reflects his childhood in Africa, with many crushes and dreams and a big family to call his own. The only thing that sets him...

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Amy Tans The Joy Luck Club stands as a beautiful novel definitely worth a read.

An Immigrant’s Luck

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

“This house was built too steep, and a bad wind from the top blows all your strength back down the hill. So you can never get ahead. You are always rolling backward”.  Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck...

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Wilton Board of Education members unanimously vote in favor of the mask optional policy.

Breaking News: Wilton Board of Education Adopts Mask Optional Policy

Joy Ren and Allison Eidt February 17, 2022

After weeks of intense discussion and debate amongst Wilton parents, students, and school staff over the removal of CT school mask mandate to a new, mask-optional environment, the Wilton Board of Education...

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Christine Collins encompasses the College and Career Center and everything within it.

Humans of WHS: Christine Collins

Pamir Canan, Guest Writer February 3, 2022

The pandemic has been felt especially hard for Christine Collins, who has been accustomed to living in a mask-free world where she can freely travel internationally. Born a travel enthusiast, Collins has...

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