Ms. Fodor is a teacher who always has a smile on her face both in and out of the math classroom.

Humans of WHS: Ms. Fodor

Yana Giannoutsos, Editor-in-Chief March 23, 2023

Tell me a story about yourself: How would you describe yourself and why? I always like to look at the positive side of things, especially if there is a lot of negativity around it. That is a really...

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Mr. M conducts a choir during the pandemic.

Humans of WHS: Mr. Mandelbaum

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 2, 2023

Tell me a story about yourself: “I’m Mr. Mandelbaum. I am the choral director at Wilton High School, and this is my first year teaching at the high school.”  For many high school students,...

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Wilton High School has the pleasure of welcoming a new teacher in the English department this year: Ms. Gabrielle Shkreli.

Humans of WHS: Ms. Shkreli

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2022

Ms. Shkreli is a compassionate, enthusiastic, and sensitive person, already spreading her positive spirit to the WHS halls. (Brigitte Shkreli)“My name is Gabrielle Shkreli and one thing I would like...

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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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Ocean Vuong offers an introspective, jarring story in his first novel, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous.

Some Things Truly Are Gorgeous

Saniya Shah, Editor-in-Chief February 3, 2022

On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, by Ocean Vuong, explores the very depth of being. In this fiction narrative heavily based on personal experiences, Vuong constructs a poignant, tragic, horrifying, and...

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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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Wilton High School provides its students with useful resources in regards to college admissions.

Talk of the School: Useful but Unused

Pamir Canan, Guest Writer January 13, 2022

Another college admissions cycle is coming to an end. Despite the pandemic and teenagers’ ever-changing plans after high school, college admissions never stop. As high school seniors globally are getting...

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National Honor Society Partners With Wilton Social Services for the Holiday Season

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor December 22, 2021

  24 members of Wilton High School’s National Honor Society participated in Project Night Night this December, a project aimed at providing nighttime supplies for children in the community....

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Wilton High School provides its students with useful resources in regards to college admissions.

Talk of the School: A Look Back on the Year

Evangelia Papakosmas, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

For the past two years, the entire globe has suffered. The physical, mental, and emotional tolls from 2020 and 2021 were significant. These past two “pandemic years” have been incredibly chaotic.              The...

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Ava Marini interviews the students of Wilton High School to find an open window into life in Wilton.

Talk of the School: June 2021

Ava Marini, Staff Writer June 3, 2021

The scale at which COVID-19 entered the world is something that no one could have predicted. While schools have only endured a year in this pandemic, the physical, social, and mental casualties will be...

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