The Observer

Should teachers be allowed to confiscate your Uber eats?

Some school administrators have banned food delivery services like Uber Eats, calling them unsafe and disruptive.

By Mary Hinton, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

A high school principal in Georgia posted a picture of confiscated food on Facebook, captioning it “You cannot have Uber Eats deliver food to school… think about safety and logistics of 1000 students randomly calling and meeting Uber on the street all times of the day.” This sparked a debate ...

Pet Sematary rises from the dead

Pet Sematary’s new remake brings a few new twists while being just as thrilling as the original.

By Mary Hinton, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

The 2019 version of “Pet Sematary” may be a remake, but it still manages to be fresh and original in its premise to draw in new viewers, as well as the old. “Pet Sematary,” originally a Stephen King novel published in 1983, was made into a film in 1989. Although the film never quite reac...

Media Center Hosts Successful Blind Date With a Book

The WCHS media center puts on a blind date with a book display every year.

By Mary Hinton, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

At this point in the year, most WCHS students, if not all, feel tired, overwhelmed and completely stressed out. A solution to this can be found at a somewhat unlikely location: the media center. At the media center, you can make your way over to the “Blind Date With a Book” section, where you c...

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