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WINGSPAN

Real Talk: bloopers

Natalia Soto, Segment Producer May 17, 2024

On this week's of Real Talk, bloopers from throughout the year.

Senior goodbye: Sindhu Pannuri

Senior goodbye: Sindhu Pannuri

Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter May 16, 2024

I’ve never been good at goodbyes. My default move is to just kind of…slowly ghost whatever it is until I’m forgotten. And it's worked so far. But high school ends Friday, and I can no longer ghost the fact that everything will be different from...

Senior goodbye: Faith Brocke

Senior goodbye: Faith Brocke

Faith Brocke, Managing Editor May 15, 2024

I have always sucked at saying goodbye.  I've talked about this in many, many, many editions of my column. I'm the kind of person to relish every little thing ending, even the things I didn't care about that much. So it's safe to say that I'm getting...

From Europe to Asia, South America to Africa, and all the way to Australia, Wingspan staff reporter Sindhuja Pannuri provides her insight on international events in this weekly blog.

International Insights: empires in 2024

Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter May 14, 2024

When people typically think of “empires”, civilizations like the Roman Empire and Qing Dynasty come to mind. Society has long accepted that empires are a thing of the past. But although they are not called that by name, empires are alive and well...

Joining Wingspan as a sophomore, Rin Ryu became a managing editor as a junior and an editor-in-chief as a senior.

Senior goodbye: Rin Ryu

Rin Ryu, Editor-In-Chief May 13, 2024

I’ve never liked change. I’m pretty sure I haven’t completely acknowledged the fact that I’ve turned 18, so coming to terms with the fact that I’ll be graduating high school in a few days might take a while, but time stops for no one. Since...

In this weekly blog, The Fresh Perspective, staff reporter Lea Garcia-Salazar talks about school opinions.

The Fresh Perspective: fun things to do while bored in class

Lea Garcia-Salazar, Staff Reporter May 13, 2024

With grades due Tuesday for underclassmen and AP tests behind many, the remaining week might seem boring and pointless to most. But don’t worry! I’ve made a list of entertaining activities for fun with those last lingering moments of the school year.  Online...

Real Talk: Wingspan

Natalia Soto, Segment Producer May 10, 2024

In this week's edition of Real Talk, WTV's Natalia Soto questions a few Wingspan staff members.

Managing editor Faith Brocke expresses their emotions and experiences in their column, Facets of Faith.

Facets of Faith: children and serious topics

Faith Brocke, Managing Editor May 9, 2024

It’s always been interesting to see how racism is presented in animated media, formatted to be palatable to children. What’s even more interesting to see is how violently the ball is dropped so often.  So many shows strive to denounce discrimination...

Music can make many things just a little bit better according to guest contributor Marlowe Crater.

The wonders of music

Marlowe Crater, Guest Contributor May 8, 2024

It can be really hard to stay focused on your work, especially for me. Since I have ADHD, staying focused the whole time when I’m working is not my strong suit. I tend to get distracted a whole lot. But ever since I’ve been pulled into the magical...

A polling station in the city of Brighton, United Kingdom, is pictured. As Brits and international citizens alike go to the polls this year, stricter regulations of voting may make it more difficult to cast your ballot.

International Insight: voting restrictions

Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter May 7, 2024

In recent years, a notable trend has emerged across various democracies worldwide: the tightening of voting qualifications. This global phenomenon has sparked significant debate and raised concerns about its impact on democratic participation, representation,...

In this weekly blog, The Fresh Perspective, staff reporter Lea Garcia-Salazar talks about school opinions.

The Fresh Perspective: shows and movies to fuel your study sessions

Lea Garcia-Salazar, Staff Reporter May 6, 2024

As AP exams and grading deadlines approach quickly, the pressure to find motivation for studying intensifies for many. If you’re in the same boat, don’t feel overwhelmed. Instead, take a much-needed break and inject inspiration into your study routine...

Real Talk: AP tests

Natalia Soto, Segment Producer May 3, 2024

AP tests start Monday, and on this week's edition of Real Talk, WTV's Natalia Soto asks students all about them.

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