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Cinema Summaries

Cinema Summaries

September 13, 2019

Cinema Summaries is a new blog that will cover all things cinema: reviews, upcoming films, and movie news. With new updates multiple times every week, make sure to check back in for the latest in movie entertainment.

Real Talk: superstitions

Real Talk: superstitions

Sydney Andros, WTV Staff Reporter

September 13, 2019

WTV's Sydney Andros hits the halls to ask students their opinions on superstitions.

All Voices Matter: sale of vapes are up in the air

All Voices Matter: sale of vapes are up in the air

Aviance Pritchett, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2019

The Trump administration has announced its plans to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes, just mere hours after it was announced that a 6th person had died from vaping-related lung illness in the U.S.  As most people know well know, many teens in this era vape or know people who do, and these te...

Simply Shreya: Every single word

Simply Shreya: Every single word

Shreya Jagan, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2019

We’re all given one life to live, and what’s the point of that life if we aren’t kind to everyone and don’t treat people with the love they deserve? Body shaming is when somebody makes harsh criticisms about someone else’s body or size. Body shaming is not uncommon.  It happens all the...

Remedy rather than reinvent yourself

Remedy rather than reinvent yourself

Madison Saviano, Staff Reporter

September 10, 2019

The popular saying “new year, new me” is a mantra many students repeat year after year. When one course of action is found faulty, it’s only natural that one seeks another. Although seemingly logical, once one exhausts all routes, where are they left to roam? This is why high school can ea...

Monday with Ms. Marvel: home is where the heart is

Monday with Ms. Marvel: home is where the heart is

Trisha Dasgupta, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

I don’t remember coming to America.  At three years old, there’s only so much you can store away. The one memory I can somehow conjure is vague, but present nonetheless.  I’m three years old. I’m holding my mother’s hand and gripping a life size Mickey Mouse stuffed animal that’s alm...

Kanz’s Culinary Crusade

Kanz’s Culinary Crusade

September 9, 2019

Life as a picky and unadventurous eater can be a challenge. Eating the same food at the same place can get a bit tiresome, so this year, Wingspan's Kanz Bitar is embarking on a culinary crusade that will test her limits and push her out of her comfort zone.

All Voices Matter: appreciating history

All Voices Matter: appreciating history

Aviance Pritchett, Staff Reporter

September 5, 2019

History is an essential aspect in our lives. We can learn from mistakes done by past leaders, improve the creations that were made by inventors, become inspired by ancient philosophers, and much more. It’s such a vast subject that’s full of so much content, and there’s so much knowledge that one can ...

Simply Shreya: take a step, not a leap

Simply Shreya: take a step, not a leap

Shreya Jagan, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2019

I used to spend a lot of my time trusting everything and everyone. I didn’t give a second thought to what people said, I didn’t try to see it from my own point of view, I just trusted. It’s great to be able to feel safe and have faith in a person, but it’s also really crucial to realize who ...

Monday with Ms. Marvel: LGBTQ+ History in Schools

Monday with Ms. Marvel: LGBTQ+ History in Schools

Trisha Dasgupta, Staff Reporter

September 3, 2019

Earlier this August, Illinois passed a bill that requires public schools across the state to include members of the LGBTQ+ community in the history curriculum. Four other states, including Colorado, New Jersey, California, and Oregon have passed bills similar to this one, marking a great step forward for...

Real Talk: kickoff to football season

Real Talk: kickoff to football season

Sydney Andros, WTV Staff Reporter

August 30, 2019

WTV's Sydney Andros hits the halls to get student opinion on Friday's first football game and the aloha pep rally.

All Voices Matter: forgiving the freshmen

All Voices Matter: forgiving the freshmen

Aviance Pritchett, Staff Reporter

August 29, 2019

Advancing through high school, I’ve noticed that the freshmen seem to get tinier and tinier. It’s certainly not because of my own height, because I’ve been 5’5’’ since I was in sixth grade. I’m wondering if they’re so small because they’re actually that short, or because I only...

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