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Cookie Dough talks about living to the fullest

Cookie Dough talks about living to the fullest

By Rachel Mattison, Cookie Dough June 8, 2023

I am one of the least artistic people I know. I am pretty bad at design and don’t have an eye for  making things look aesthetic. Therefore, my mom was pretty surprised when I signed up to be part of...

Mint Chocolate Chip says to savor every moment at WCHS

Mint Chocolate Chip says to savor every moment at WCHS

By Melissa Redlich, Mint Chocolate Chip June 6, 2023

Wow. First off, I can not believe I am writing my senior section article for Journalism. I know this sounds cheesy, but boy does it feel like yesterday that I was checking off the box to take Journalism...

Cookies & Cream bows out with a mic drop

Cookies & Cream bows out with a mic drop

By Ryan Weiner, Cookies & Cream June 6, 2023

Sitting in the Herbert Hoover Middle School computer lab on a cold January day, I remember feeling overjoyed to finally have the freedom to pick my classes, specifically journalism. I had already started...

Chocolate discusses benefits of journalism in life

Chocolate discusses benefits of journalism in life

By Vaughn Malamut, Chocolate June 6, 2023

Some of my most fond memories took place in the Journalism classroom. While some classes are dreadful, I looked forward to every 45 minute class period in Journalism with Ms. Zitnik. I never saw myself...

Ben & Jerrys Salted Caramel Core ice cream container. The ice cream is salted caramel flavored with blonde brownies inside.

Salted Caramel is not salty about time at WCHS

By Michael Demske, Sports Editor June 6, 2023

Every good story has five elements of a plot: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action and resolution (Thanks, Mrs. Dempsey). The funny part about my story is, the readers will never know where...

Cotton Candy talks about celebrating changes

Cotton Candy talks about celebrating changes

By Paige Tasin, Social Media Manager June 6, 2023

259156. That is the ID number I was given in seventh grade and have used almost every day of the week since. It’s an odd thing to feel sentimental about a number but the idea of recycling it to some...

Phish Food speaks on enjoying all of the small moments

Phish Food speaks on enjoying all of the small moments

By Justin Greenzaid, Phish Food June 6, 2023

After sitting here for almost an hour listening to my old Spotify playlist from freshman year, I am finally putting pen to paper. I initially decided to listen to some of my old songs for inspiration to...

Noa Assouline poses with friends at the top of a ski slope during the senior ski trip before taking a run down to the bottom of the mountain.

WCHS students get away for MLK weekend

By Caitlin Murphy, Copy Editor February 1, 2023

One of WCHS’ most beloved unofficial traditions is the senior ski trip. Every year, seniors board buses to travel to Canada over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, where they spend a few days hitting the...

Senior Sebby Breton, running ahead of the competition at the Woodward Woodward Relays at Georgetown Prep on Sept. 4 2021 for a win.

Seniors reflect on their WCHS athletic careers

By Isabella Ngwana, Internal Communications Manager May 16, 2022

The walk to graduation is not too far for the WCHS seniors. For WCHS spring athletes, lateral jumps, sprints and constant tennis matches have shaped WCHS seniors. To say goodbye to all of it will devastate...

Senior parking lot badly in need of direction

By Ben Fox, Sports Editor October 30, 2013

My morning routine can be narrowed down to a few daily constants: eggs and toast for breakfast, hitting every possible red light on Falls Road and waiting over 15 minutes each day simply to get in the...

SENIOR SUPERLATIVES!

April 29, 2011

Here are this year's Senior Superlatives! 1. Best Smile: Mariah Healy and Evan Tassis 2. Best Personality: Jeanette Perthel and Marcus Brown 3. Most Stylish: Arleigh Banner and Alex Zohore 4. Best...

Senior class sells mulch

By By Skylar Whitman Staff Writer March 22, 2011

The class of 2011 will continue its Mulch Sale after the success of last year’s sale in which the class of 2010 sold 5,231 bags of mulch, raising $11,850. “The senior class Mulch Sale was started...

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