OPINION BY LINDSAY CARR Many students take advanced classes such as post-secondary or AP. Post secondary offers classes three times a week, and when Akron is not in session, neither are the Akron classes taught at WHS. This means semesters … Continue reading AP classes should be treated like post-secondary
OPINION BY MITCHELL BLACKBURN Wadsworth High School administration has maintained restraints on what the student section is and is not allowed to chant. The crowd has been told to show positivity throughout the game. However, this rule does not apply … Continue reading Restricted chants turn away students
BY TORI BAKER Spring is just around the corner and it is coming sooner than what a lot of Ohioans expected. With the warm weather being sprung upon us without notice people are scrambling to make the most of the … Continue reading Get out, be active
BY CONNOR MENDEL Stress is pressure or tension exerted on a material object. Stress is a condition that is often characterized by symptoms of physical or emotional tensions. It is a reaction to a situation where a person feels threatened … Continue reading Coping with Stress
BY EME EGGLETON & MATT STUDENIC As Spring Break approaches, many students and their families are gearing up for a tropical vacation. It’s a good thing they’re going now, because the beautiful islands inhabited by locals and vacationers alike may … Continue reading Have an effect: protect
OPINION BY ALYSSA LAIKOS The dress code rule for ripped jeans at WHS is no holes allowed above the knees. This rule has become outdated, rarely enforced, and completely ineffective. The rule has been slightly changed in the past, but … Continue reading How old is our dress code?
OPINION BY MITCHELL BLACKBURN The ACT is a college readiness exam designed to test the students skills. An ACT test approximately takes 4 hours to take, but should it be timed? The ACT has 4 sections; Math, English, Reading, and … Continue reading Should the ACT be timed?
OPINION BY LINDSAY CARR Cold air whipping your skin, hood blowing off, and ice water splashing your shoes; all of these feelings are felt by seniors and post secondary students, sometimes multiple times a day. The WHS parking lot is … Continue reading Designated parking lot for seniors and post-secondary students are needed
OPINION BY MERIEM NEJJAR From seeing snow for the first time ever to adapting the “all-American” ritual of Friday night football, the exchange students at Wadsworth High School have a lot to say about their time in America so far. This … Continue reading Exchange students open up about first 18 weeks in Wadsworth
OPINION BY LINDSAY CARR With the start of a new year, the start of a new rule has come to attention of school administrators. Previously, anyone under the age of 21 could attend school dances with the proper paperwork. As … Continue reading Outsiders are no longer allowed to attend school dances
OPINION BY MICHAEL CALLOW AND NICK LANDOLPH “I’m what Steph Curry is to basketball.” This is what Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell recently said in an interview with Bleacher Report, and he couldn’t have been more wrong. Although Bell … Continue reading Le’Veon Bell improving the game of football, not changing it
BY ABBY MAGYAR During finals week, students get pushed to the limit with study guides and cheat sheets. Students are expected to study, complete study guides, and create cheat sheets to use on their finals test. If students do this … Continue reading Finals stress out students