The Wildcat

Students face peer pressure, misinformation about vaping

Emmaleigh Kowal, Design Editor

December 20, 2019

He had finally done it, Will had stood up to his boss the day after the football game and demanded that he work fewer hours. Much to his surprise, Will was not released from his position at work because his boss thought that he...

Schools should diversify curriculum to include LGBT history

December 20, 2019

When it comes to LGBT history and education, some teachers don’t like to talk about these subjects due to “stepping on toes” or causing an uproar. I think that these topics are extremely important and can be life changing....

Vaping more prevalent at WHS

Rheanna Coke, Editor-in-chief

December 20, 2019

   Although things like e-cigarettes have been around for decades, it is no surprise that the rate of teens vaping has risen tremendously throughout recent years. Walking through the halls and not seeing a teen on the high o...

Student social media use invites school authority involvement in private lives

Rheanna Coke, Editor-in-chief

November 14, 2019

   This is the day and age where privacy is practically non-existent; this lack of privacy holds true even more so for students. School administration and staff are more involved in student personal lives than ever. The schools in...

After-school obligations lead to high student stress

Emmaleigh Kowal, Design editor

November 13, 2019

Will glanced down at his watch, gauging how much time it would take to reach Buffalo and how fast he would have to drive if he wanted to reach the football game in time. If he hadn’t agreed to go to speech team practice with...

Reading a Printed Book is Better than a Digital One

Erin Goodpaster, JBMS Journalism

September 24, 2019

   People today read most of their books, magazines, newspapers, etc., digitally on a screen. They just do not know how much reading print helps them. “Screens cause you to learn less deeply, sleep worse, and remember less,...

Scheduling Woes

Scheduling Woes

Joshua Simpson and Kathryn Ricke

September 24, 2019

Students navigate the social hierarchy of the cafeteria

Emmaleigh Kowal, Design Editor

September 24, 2019

This is a fictional story told from the perspective of a fictional character in Warsaw High School      Dddddddddriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnggggg    Chairs scraped the tiled floor as each student of William’s government class clambered to...

Guest Opinion: Obsession with social media trending drowns out more important world issues

Darby Mostaffa

September 24, 2019

   There's a new trend among teens and young adults Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook almost every week, and when a new trend arises it's the new biggest thing until the next comes along. A bad trait of the trend following te...

Staff Editorial: Students become overwhelmed with extensive schedules

Rheanna Coke, Editor-in-Chief

September 24, 2019

    Adults may be underestimating a large percentage of high school students who are trudging through hall after hall with the unforgiving weight of books and papers taking their toll, filling students backs and shoulders wi...

Fighting A Pacifist’s Battle

Fighting A Pacifist’s Battle

Ally Estes, Editor-In-Chief

May 14, 2019

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