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Wingspan's Shreya Jagan shares her personal take on issues and experiences in her weekly column Simply Shreya.

Simply Shreya: a dent in your lifestyle

Shreya Jagan, Managing Editor April 16, 2021

I've just begun to understand how important exercise truly is in our lives. Not even just exercise, I've just realized how important a healthy lifestyle is. Ever since the pandemic came into our lives, I'd been a total couch potato. Before that, I'd gotten...

In her weekly column

Unwarranted Opinions: my meaning to life

Drew Adrian Julao, Staff Reporter April 15, 2021

Reality is not concrete. We cannot prove that anything we touch is real or anything we see exists because we only know our own personal experiences with the world. For all we know, the world could be a figment of your imagination. Every single person...

In this weekly column, Wingspan staff reporter Rhea Advani provides her take on a variety of topics.

Rhea of Sunshine: hospital clothing should be altered

Rhea Advani, Staff Reporter April 15, 2021

Earlier today my grandma started passing out consistently, and due to her old age and previous medical conditions, she was rushed to the hospital. Luckily, after emergency surgery and the several sets of tests she went through, she is now okay and on...

Vegan View

Vegan View

Ally Lastovica, Staff Reporter April 14, 2021

Whether it’s out of health, animal welfare, or environmental concerns, veganism has taken the world by storm. Vegan View takes a glimpse into what veganism looks like from a student’s perspective.

Staff reporter Madison Saviano explores hot topics and issues that students face in her weekly column Piece by Piece.

Piece by Piece: counting the days

Madison Saviano, Staff Reporter April 13, 2021

Everyday it seems like I ask myself how much time we have left of school. I tally up the weeks and count the days and, every time, I reconsider my calculation thinking “there’s no way we have that much time left.” This year has gone by fast,...

In her weekly column, Monday with Ms. Marvel, Wingspan's Trisha Dasgupta reviews different political issues and relatable topics in everyday life.

Monday’s with Ms. Marvel: the importance of local newspapers

Trisha Dasgupta, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2021

With the emergence of personality-driven broadcast journalism, the emphasis on local newspapers has all but vanished in the last decade or so. Social media and prime time have taken over the general public’s attention, and many have forgotten about...

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of daily life. In this new weekly blog, Haillie Hughes explores how these changes impact students and their lives.

Viral Thoughts

Haille Hughes, Staff Reporter April 12, 2021

With over six million confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the United States, unemployment numbers soaring, and schools opening with hybrid learning, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost every aspect of daily life. In her weekly blog, Haille Hughes explores...

Wingspan's Shreya Jagan shares her personal take on issues and experiences in her weekly column Simply Shreya.

Simply Shreya: vaccine side effects

Shreya Jagan, Managing Editor April 9, 2021

This past Monday I got my second vaccine dose. One step closer to normalcy, I thought to myself. A phrase that’s become a staple in our lives today. It’s weird how we’re in the same position as we were a year ago. But, then again, it’s amazing...

Real Talk: asynchronous learning

Madigan Gunia, WTV Staff Reporter April 9, 2021

In this week's edition of Real Talk, WTV's Madigan Gunia talks with students about this week's asynchronous learning.

Guest contributor Shruti Bhoyar shares her opinion on why it can be difficult for teens to get along with their parents. From generational differences to varying interests, there may be clashing in these relationships as one grows up.

The disconnect between parents and teens

Shruti Bhoyar, Guest Contributor April 8, 2021

Perhaps there always will be a disconnect between parents and their kids because of the generational difference between the two. It's still very possible to have a good relationship with your parents, but it's becoming increasingly common to not have...

Although STAAR tests are normally held in the spring, dual credit students took their EOC Monday through Friday. Therefore, the library was closed due to testing.

Is there any value in state testing?

Caroline Caruso, Managing Editor April 7, 2021

An eight-year-old walks into a Texas classroom, after returning from winter break. It’s the start of test preparation for the STAAR in the spring.  A collective mindset begins to circulate in the heads of classmates.  “Now is the time to get...

Staff reporter Madison Saviano explores hot topics and issues that students face in her weekly column Piece by Piece.

Piece by Piece: mental notes

Madison Saviano, Staff Reporter April 6, 2021

School is almost over. It’s all gone by so fast, as if my very first day of high school were only a few months ago, yet I swear I can hardly remember any of the time in between.  There’s a quote that my mom’s always had on the fridge that reads...

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