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Politics and Warren

Politics and Warren

Anika Agashe, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

You’ve probably heard of some of the politically leaning clubs in this school, ranging from the Young Americans for Freedom, a conservative leaning club, to the Black Student Union, a club considered a little more liberal. But just how much do they bring to this school? In a time where the nation is s...

#whatsyourstory – Mr. Tribley

Ellie Frier, Contributor to Scratch Paper

October 24, 2019

This is an another piece in the web-series #whatsyourstory featuring Mr. Tribley -Fine Arts/Music teacher at the Almond Campus.   Ellie Frier visits with Mr. Tribley who shares his story regarding his career path. Be sure to check it out!

#whatsyourstory – Ms. Tengler

Sophia Staranowicz, Contributor to Scratch Paper

October 24, 2019

This is an another piece in the web-series #whatsyourstory featuring Ms. Tengler -Foreign Language teacher at the O'Plaine Campus.   Sophia Staranowicz visits with Ms. Tengler who shares her story regarding her career path. Be sure to check it out!

#whatsyourstory – Mrs. Mary Storvik

Jared Neff, Contributor to Scratch Paper

October 24, 2019

This is an another piece in the web-series #whatsyourstory featuring Mrs. Storvik - Math teacher at the Almond Campus.   Jared Neff visits with Mrs. Storvik who shares her story regarding her career path.  Be sure to check it out!

#whatsyourstory – Mr. Georgatsos

#whatsyourstory – Mr. Georgatsos

Rebecca Benjamin

October 22, 2019

Welcome to the first episode of #What'sYourStory! Through a series of videos and articles, we will showcase WTHS staff members. This episode of our web series features Mr. Georgatsos, an English Teacher at the Almond Campus. As an alumnus from UW Madison, he has taken a journey through the worlds of...

The Toll of Vaping

The Toll of Vaping

Anonymous

October 22, 2019

At our own school, the addiction to vaping has taken a toll on student’s health and has affected others' ability to learn in the classroom. Juuls are a type of e-cigarette which shape resembles a USB flash drive or pen, making it easy to conceal at school. Juuls use nicotine salt liquid cartridges...

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Emely Castrejon, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

National Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15th to October 15th. To distinguish the difference between the terms Latinx and Hispanic can be challenging. A Hispanic person is someone who speaks Spanish and descends from a Spanish speaking country (example: a Guatemalan). A Latinx person is someone...

An Inside Look With Dean Colgan

An Inside Look With Dean Colgan

Raymond Peters, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

Fresh off a successful 10-year career with the award-winning WTHS Fine Arts program, Natalie Colgan has stepped into a completely different role as Dean of Students at the Almond campus.   Her new office is adorned with pictures of her twin girls and a cheerful green plant. When asked ab...

Sophia Diaz Senior Reflection

Sophia Diaz Senior Reflection

Sophia Diaz, Staff Writer, Co- Editor

May 19, 2019

A letter to high school students to come: Dear young ma'am or sir, Welcome to Warren. The school is your oyster, and you have 4 short years to make your mark. Lucky for you, you’ve entered a diverse environment where you are sure to find people, classes, and clubs that'll help you find yoursel...

Saving Our Dying Planet

Saving Our Dying Planet

Anna Wheeler, Staff Writer

May 17, 2019

Climate change is real and it’s killing our Earth. This man-made crisis poses a fundamental threat to all species living on our polluted planet. Human activity plays a huge role in the rising temperatures and decreasing of biodiversity that is now impossible to ignore. The environment faces progressi...

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