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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

WCHS junior Meghan Houton signs up on the whiteboard posted on the English composition room. She recently has been assigned a narrative that she has had a hard time starting.

WCHS’ composition assistants stir up the write stuff

By Isabel Vorabhanda, Promotions & Subscriptions Managers October 18, 2023

Students spend countless hours revising their papers, whether it’s trying to find the perfect word or cutting paragraphs to fit the word count. Getting started writing an essay or a paper can be challenging...

Sophomore Julieta Matus scrolling through Tik Tok on her phone. Matus has a screen time of at least three hours a day on just tik tok. Constantly on the phone scrolling through different social medias.

Social media trends jump from the screen into real life

By Nataly Behnia, Internal Communications Manager February 13, 2023

Many say that social media is influential in lots of different ways: fashion, food, our dialect and more. But oftentimes, the impact social media has on people’s day-to-day lives is overlooked, as it...

To all those looking for romantic advice, this new column from the Love Doctors themselves is sure to prove useful!

Dear Observer romance gurus,

By Ela Jalil and Nur Yavuz April 4, 2022

Dear Observer Romance Gurus, I’ve liked this person for a long time but they’ve never seemed to notice me. We only pass each other in the hallways at school, but those are the best 20 seconds of...

Lily Kriendler and her friends made cookies for the nonprofit organization Small Things Matter through their Kokua Foods Program.

Spread the holiday joy by helping the community

By Jordan Pashkoff, Arts Editor January 5, 2022

The holidays are a time to celebrate, relax, get together with family and friends, and most importantly, to give back to the community. Volunteering and making donations can largely impact the lives of...

September AP Tips

September AP Tips

By Manisha Singh, Online News Editor September 10, 2012

It's no question— AP classes are hard. This is why the Observer is here to help you strategize. For those of you who are taking your first AP, or are possibly AP veterans, here are some smart tips to...

Website offers free tutoring

By By Matthew Reback Staff Writer October 27, 2011

  To cope with increasingly demanding schedules and classes, many students resort to expensive tutors or spend extra time after school meeting with teachers for help. However, one resource that many...

College visits prove helpful to choosing the right school

By Lizz Chen, Circulation Manager April 15, 2011

For juniors and seniors, visiting colleges is a crucial part of choosing the school that best suits their needs and provides the most comforting environment. Choosing the right dates to make college...

Texts For Haiti

By Kelsey O'Donnell, Online Editor-In-Chief, Sara Habibi, Circulation Manager March 3, 2010

After the earthquake in Haiti, students have added a new contact to their phones. The Red Cross and other charities have made a new method of donating available: texting. According to The Mobile Giving...

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