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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Theater students at Wilton High School are excitedly preparing 2023’s Fall production, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, an Agatha Christie mystery.

A Murder in the Manor: WHS Theatre’s Fall Play

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief September 18, 2023

What is more fitting in spooky season than a murder-at-the-manor mystery? This year, Wilton High School Theatre is embracing time of year with The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. Based on an Agatha Christie novel,...

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The New Age

Shayna Wilson-Spiro, Art Editor January 26, 2023

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Hanukkiahs, latkes, and other traditional items adorn the tables of those who celebrate Hanukkah, a Jewish holiday that lasts for eight days.

8 Common Misconceptions about Hanukkah

Shayna Wilson-Spiro, Art Editor December 24, 2022

1. Hanukkah is the most important Jewish holiday.  The story of Hanukkah doesn’t appear in the Jewish Bible. Instead, the classic Hanukkah story is based on the account in the Septuagint, a later...

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The German Empire was Proclaimed in the Hall of Mirrors of Versailles.

This Week in History: September 30

Anant Srinivasan, Managing Editor October 5, 2022

On September 30, 1862, Prussian Prime Minister Otto von Bismarck addressed the Prussian Parliament seeking approval for an increased military budget. His goal — to transform the weak German Confederation...

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Señor Laliberte is a loved and well-known teacher in the school after only a short time in its presence.

Humans of WHS: Señor Laliberte

Ava Marini, Staff Writer June 2, 2022

Mr. Adam Laliberte, more commonly known by his students as “Señor,” takes one of the new teacher spots for the 2021-22 school year at Wilton High School. From the interactive teaching style to bringing...

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians: a thrilling and new rendition of the old, matured story.

Electrifying News: New Percy Jackson TV Series

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer June 2, 2022

Just about every fan that I can think of has put down the Percy Jackson movies in some way. Everyone recollects the movies, but never in a positive light.  Much of the fandom would rather pretend that...

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FDR delivering a “fireside chat.”

This Week in History: April 12

Anant Srinivasan, Managing Editor 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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