BY JILLIAN CORNACCHIONE As the world is put on hold after the closures of schools and several businesses across the nation in an attempt to cease the spread of COVID-19, a growing fear among those living in the United States … Continue reading Customers rampage grocery stores in response to COVID-19
BY BRIANNA BECERRA Amid the chaotic nature that is the world right now, I celebrated my 17th birthday on March 26. Though I was not able to have a wide range of activities to choose from, my family made sure … Continue reading Brianna’s Quarantine Birthday Vlog
OPINION BY NATALIE MAHER A mere three weeks ago, COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, seemed distant to many. Students hoped it would come so they would get off school, while adults viewed it as more of a nuisance. There was no … Continue reading COVID-19 means sacrifice
BY EMILY BRANDYBERRY AND KATE MESSAM Every year a handful of students travel from all around the globe to attend Wadsworth High School and be a part of the school’s exchange student program. In 2018, two students, Patricia de Miñon … Continue reading Coronavirus abroad: Life in Italy and Spain
VIDEO AND STORY BY ALEX MILLER With everyone sheltering at home and events everywhere being canceled, the cast of Wadsworth High School’s fall musical have decided to try and add a little “sunshine” into the community. This past November, Wadsworth … Continue reading Wadsworth students spread hope with virtual choir performance [Video]
BY BRIAN COOTE Covid-19 has impacted our lives in a lot of ways. Schools and businesses are closing and socializing has been put on hold. With many people stuck at home for the next few weeks here are a few … Continue reading Brian's Guide to Surviving Quarantine: Fun Activities
OPINION BY BRIANNA BECERRA In only two weeks, the whole world as I knew it came crashing down. The things that were meant to be set in stone are now drowned in question marks, as no one knows exactly what … Continue reading Mental health during a global crisis
BY BRIANNA BECERRA Jonathan Zeitler, a freshman at Wadsworth High School, has been deaf since birth. His hearing difficulties have shaped the course of his life as well as his experiences at school. “I was one and a half years … Continue reading Living Deaf in a Loud World
BY LAUREN SATINK Mr. Moore, Mr. Berlin and Mr. Seiber have developed a great friendship while working together over the past 5 years as WHS principals. Outside of school, they have lives filled with family, friends and their favorite pastimes. … Continue reading Wadsworth High's Principals: Who are they outside of school?
BY KATE MESSAM *All data in this article was accurate as of March 6, 2020* Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has spurred mayhem all over the world, both in the media and in real life, since confirmed cases boomed in China in … Continue reading Should we worry about Coronavirus?
BY KATE MESSAM Wadsworth High School senior Chris Steele is no stranger to success in his bowling career. Bowling a 716 in a three game total last Friday, Chris Steele took home the 2020 Division I State title. After placing … Continue reading Steele steals states, wins first bowling title for Wadsworth
BY BRIANNA BECERRA The annual spring blood drive at WHS took place on Wednesday, February 26 during the school day. The Red Cross drive was run by first-year members of the National Honor Society. Many students took time out of … Continue reading Students save lives with blood drive