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The promotional flyer for the physics Discord server at WCHS is shown above, consisting of the info on the server and decorations of WCHS pride colors.

Discord goes viral in WCHS classrooms

By Amir-Abbas Yazdi, Assistant Online Editor October 26, 2021

Lack of good out-of-school communication between teachers and students has always been a problem at school. In the past year, the result of full-time virtual learning has amplified the effects of miscommunication....

The time in quarantine allows for more people to relax and improve their mental health. Meditation, journaling, and reading are some options to lift your spirits.

Quarantine allows time for self reflection and improvement

By Fatima Yazdi, Senior Writer May 30, 2020

It's been two months and counting in quarantine, and we are all on the edge of our seats, wondering how, and when this nightmare is going to end. Life is uncertain right now, and aside from protecting...

Senior Fatima Yazdi poses on her Senior Skip Day with food purchased at the local shopping center. Because of the cancellation of in-person school, these trips no longer occur.

Senior Skip Days – 2020

By Fatima Yazdi, Editor-in-Chief May 14, 2020

Going into high school, people told me lots of things: freshman year is the most fun, homecoming is lame, junior year will drain every ounce of energy out of you and that you will regret ever taking AP...

Teamania recently added a plethora of savory dishes to their menu, including soups, salads, pastas and sandwiches. Though theyre known for their classic baked goods and french delicacies, the new additions are perfect for a quick lunch or supper option.

Teamania-c students found their new study spot

By Fatima Yazdi, Editor-in-Chief March 3, 2020

Rockville is known to have a plethora of eatery options—from Qdoba’s Mexican Eats to Sadaf’s Middle-Eastern staples, you can get a taste of just about any cuisine you’re craving. Since opening...

TOTM: Christopher Forney

TOTM: Christopher Forney

By Fatima Yazdi, Editor-In-Chief December 17, 2019

Engaging, caring, dedicated and enthusiastic: all words that accurately describe AP World History and AP Psychology teacher Mr. Forney. Forney has been teaching at WCHS for 12 years now and has since left...

TikTok is a social media app that has been sweeping teen culture.

WCHS students woahed by TikTok

By Fatima Yazdi, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2019

From selfies to memes, social media has a fair impact on our daily lives, whether we notice it or not. However, one specific age group is so deeply attached to it, many call them addicted: teenagers. For...

Christopher loves to travel and experience a variety of cultures from around the world. His favorite places he has visited are Laos and Cambodia.

Young travelers broaden their horizons

By Riley Hurr and Fatima Yazdi May 15, 2019

Traveling is an escape from reality, allowing one to experience different cultures all while creating lifelong memories and adventures along the way. Many WCHS students and teachers love to travel during...

MCPS total enrollment is predicted to rise to 168,480 students by 2022. Redistricting will resolve this issue.

MCPS redistricting considered to quell inequity issues

By Fatima Yazdi, Editor-in-Chief May 8, 2019

Montgomery County Public Schools such as WCHS have consistently ranked among the best in the country and are growing at high speeds, though a great divide exists between schools in wealthy areas and schools...

April TOTM: Gary Rogers

By Fatima Yazdi , Features Editor April 3, 2019

Ever wanted to meet a teacher who has extensive knowledge on current events, global warming, pollution, energy conservation or ecological footprints? Well look no further, as WCHS has the teacher for you. A...

Students in leadership class work to promote a united WCHS community through artistic pieces such as banners. Also, a new advisory period will take place once a month for students and staff to discuss grade level and community-wide issues.

Recent events incite action from administration

By Bryan Fletcher and Fatima Yazdi March 6, 2019

Following the recent events involving N-Word usage passes being handed out to students, principal Brandice Heckert and WCHS administration are taking new measures to fight against bigotry, racism and insensitivity...

Remakes of classics are taking over movie theaters everywhere.

Remakes cannot replace the classics

By Fatima Yazdi, Features Editor December 20, 2018

Hakuna matata, just keep swimming, go the distance- all phrases that are guaranteed to bring back a flood of childhood memories. At one point or another, we’ve all experienced the magical sensation one...

Photos of MD governer Larry Hogan. Hogan signed the new bill for free MD community colleges to be implemented in 2019.

New bill lowers college cost

By Fatima Yazdi, Features Editor November 20, 2018

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently signed into law a bill which makes community colleges in the state of Maryland tuition-free for qualifying residents. The legislation will create a $15 million program...

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