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Mr. Belbin Returns to WHS Athletics

Mr. Belbin Returns to WHS Athletics

By: Haley Welsh ’19 With the growth of the athletic programs at Westborough High School, it was decided that the current athletic director, Ms. DiCarlo, could benefit from having an assistant athletic director to help with day to day responsibilities as well as season long goals. Social Studies Department Head…

Two Weeks in Thailand: The Monk’s Perspective

Two Weeks in Thailand: The Monk’s Perspective

By: Nick Smaldone Driving around Chiang Mai, it is not uncommon to see homes with dirt floors, exposed bamboo walls, thatched roofing, faded cement, and loose wiring. It is also not uncommon to see ornate golden temples with towering statues, intricate colorful paintings, and perfectly manicured gardens. Whether walking down…

WHS Outdoor Classroom Grand Opening: October 4

WHS Outdoor Classroom Grand Opening: October 4

By Jack McGinn ’19 Westborough High School’s new outdoor classroom will hold its grand opening on Thursday, October 4 at 2:15 p.m. The outdoor classroom is located to the right of the front entrance of the school. “One of our goals was to expose students to math outside of just…

Rangers Tackle Leukemia at WHS Football Game on October 6

Rangers Tackle Leukemia at WHS Football Game on October 6

By:  Bethany Woodcock ’19 This upcoming Saturday marks the 6th annual Rangers Tackle Leukemia, a charity football game to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Run by Rangers For A Cure, this event is one that everyone looks forward to every year, always with great turnout.  The WHS varsity football…

Rangers for a Cure – Ready to make a difference

Rangers for a Cure – Ready to make a difference

By Emily Bruck ’21 and Audrey Soukup’21 Rangers for a Cure is a Westborough High School club that has been active for nine years. This club’s goal is to fundraise for cancer research. The senior officers are President Emma Connelly, Vice President Bethany Woodcock, and Secretary Shriya Krishna. They are looking…

Rapper Mac Miller’s Death: A Hard Reminder of the Effects of Addiction

Rapper Mac Miller’s Death:  A Hard Reminder of the Effects of Addiction

By: Samantha Steinberg ‘19 and Gabrielle Delgado ‘19 The effects of drugs are often not seen or recognized until the life of the user is suddenly forever affected. Recently, Mac Miller, a renowned rapper, producer, and overall artist, died from suspected drug abuse at the mere age of twenty six. It…

My Grandfather: A Holocaust Survivor

My Grandfather: A Holocaust Survivor

By: Samantha Steinberg ’19 Not many people get the chance to say that their grandfather is a Holocaust survivor. Ever since I was young my parents would tell me that my grandpa survived World War II, but as a little kid I did not really understand what those words truly…

Hail the Kingdom: The Sen19rs Have Arrived

Hail the Kingdom: The Sen19rs Have Arrived

By: Alex Badger ’20 and Miara Sasdi ’20 Although Westborough High School began this school year with a delayed start, the Class of 2019 seniors have arrived  with a lot of excitement. The first day kicked off with a gathering in the school parking lot followed by an annual senior…

Top 5 WHS Highlights from 2018-2019

Top 5 WHS Highlights from 2018-2019

By:  Matt Doherty Number 5: Coming in at number five we have the town meeting that was held on October 16, to decide the future of the lights at Westborough High School. With hundreds of students, parents, and community members attending, tension was high as the town  awaited the final…

Student Council: Making Differences For Years to Come

Student Council: Making Differences For Years to Come

By: Alex Badger Westborough High School’s student council has embedded itself deep within the culture of both the town and our high school. The council constantly serves our community through their own events, like homecoming, and by supporting organizations like Boston Children’s and Special Olympics. But with each coming year,…

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