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Rangers Reaction: A Club Dedicated Specifically to Kindness

Rangers Reaction: A Club Dedicated Specifically to Kindness

By Michael Townsend One thing that stands out about Westborough High School is its extracurriculars. Excluding sports and fine arts, there are 65 clubs and organizations that students can be involved with outside of the school day. One oft-discussed but largely overlooked issue addressed by a few clubs at WHS…

Environmental Club Needs You

Environmental Club Needs You

By Navdeep Mander Have you heard of Westborough High School’s Environmental Club? You can catch members Terracycling juice boxes, volunteering at farms, and improving the high school’s very own garden. Environmental Club has consistently been a champion in helping the environment for years. Although, the club does not receive a…

Engineering Club: Looking to Build Club

Engineering Club:  Looking to Build Club

By:  Mary Kate Lehman With only 6-8 members currently, the Engineering Club is looking to grow in the future. The club was founded in November 2015 when sophomores Dylan Connors and Matt Rotman expressed an interest in expanding the engineering program at WHS. Their advisors, Mr. Parsons and Mr. Hall,…

Join the Club: WISE and Engineering

Join the Club: WISE and Engineering

By Mary Kate Lehman At WHS, the WISE (Women In Science and Engineering) Club is working to “educate more kids about engineering and bring more kids into the engineering program while having fun,” according to sophomore Audrey Lord The WISE Club is advised by Maria Homberg, a physics teacher at…

Compete for a Cure Comes to WHS

Compete for a Cure Comes to WHS

By Carly Flahive and Jeff Arnold Rangers for a Cure has been getting the winter sports teams involved here at WHS with their annual Compete for a Cure event. With the ultimate goal of getting the student body involved in a large-scale fundraiser, the event pits teams against each other…

Junior State of America Conference

Junior State of America Conference

By Carly Flahive Last year, Samantha Mack, now a senior here at Westborough High School, began the Junior State of America Club (JSA). Geared towards discussing current issues in society, debating politics, engaging students in civics around the country, and expanding leadership skills along with meeting new people, what began…

Philosophy Club

Philosophy Club

By Jon Gross René Descartes once said, “One cannot conceive anything so strange and so implausible that it has not already been said by one philosopher or another.” A visit to Westborough High’s Philosophy Club proves his statement to be true. The ideas and concepts proposed during the meetings often…

Dissecting the fun of Anatomy Club

Dissecting the fun of Anatomy Club

By Zoe Evans and Carter Bromm The entire academic year of Anatomy and Physiology revolves around one central question- How does the human body work? Members of the Anatomy Club strive to answer that question not only for humans, but all other animals alike. Through dissection of turtles, pigs, cats,…

Westborough Students Find Success at FBLA Conference

Westborough Students Find Success at FBLA Conference

By Zach Chason and Carly Flahive This past Monday,Westborough High School’s Future Business Leaders of America traveled to Bentley University for a statewide FBLA conference. FBLA members around the state received results from a previous competitions on varied business subjects. Four WHS students received awards for their achievement in these…

Saint Jude Holiday Donation

Saint Jude Holiday Donation

By Carly Flahive As the holiday season approaches, Rangers for a Cure begins to prepare for a traditional event that they will hold to raise money to help support Saint Jude Children’s Hospital; where the funds will help with cancer research. Last year, the club was able to make Christmas…

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