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Let’s be Kinder to the Environment, Starting with Food

Let’s be Kinder to the Environment, Starting with Food

    By Carol Liu        Temperatures are rising, causing ferocious hurricanes that have devastated thousands. A nearly extinct porpoise, the Vaquita, is being illegally hunted. Freshwater sources are depleting due to population growth, urbanization, industrialization, and increased consumption. Deforestation has destroyed millions of acres of forest.  It…

Why Friday Nights are Better with Lights

Why Friday Nights are Better with Lights

By Miara Sasdi and Gabrielle Delgado At Westborough High, a night of exciting sports events, concession stands, and a connected community is always something that a community enjoys, which is why on Monday, October 16 there was a very exciting and positive outcome of the Westborough town meeting. There were…

Not Just Another Injury

Not Just Another Injury

By: Lauren Carlo Can you imagine being told you have a rare disease that’s incurable? A disease that will cause you pain every single day for the rest of your life, even while you’re just sitting? A disease in which you have absolutely no control over what happens and no…

Why Seniors Need a “College Prep” Day

Why Seniors Need a “College Prep” Day

By Lauren Carlo, Alexa Erickson, Marisa Papagelis   College applications have to be one of the most difficult and stressful times in a 17-18 year old’s life. With all the other homework piled on us, extracurricular activities, and maintaining a social life, how is it remotely possible to add the…

Supporting the NFL Player Protests

Supporting the NFL Player Protests

By: Quinn Donovan Last year, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sparked national conversation by taking a knee during the national anthem to protest racial inequalities and police brutality; however, it seemed that the protest was initially ineffective since only a handful of players joined the protest. However, President…

NFL Players Have the Right to Kneel

NFL Players Have the Right to Kneel

by:  Domenic Casparriello Over this past weekend the football world collided with the political world, as a number of protests occurred during the national anthem of each NFL game. Most NFL players showed some form of protest, including kneeling, raising a fist, locking arms with teammates, or not coming out…

Graffiti: Art or Vandalism

Graffiti:  Art or Vandalism

By: Jalen Worstell and Justina Demetry Over the years, graffiti has been debated for years:  is it vandalism or art? After a recent incident last spring at Westborough High School, all we could think of were the negatives effects of graffiti because it had become a hate crime. However, it…

New Look: Rangers Volleyball Anticipates Breakout Year

New Look: Rangers Volleyball Anticipates Breakout Year

by:  Domenic Casparriello and Matt McCarthy The Westborough Rangers Varsity Volleyball team will be experiencing serious change this season, with some key players leaving and other important pieces coming in. Change aside, this Westborough team figures to build on a successful past couple seasons in turn and make a serious…

Peak Brain App: A Workout for the Mind

Peak Brain App: A Workout for the Mind

By: Sarah Corcoran and Corina Gencarelli Ever need a break from your work and don’t know what to do? Download the Peak app to have fun and improve your brain activity! The app gives the user a variety of games each day as a mini workout for your brain. These…

The Paris Agreement and Trump’s bad decision

The Paris Agreement and Trump’s bad decision

By Josh Aronson As many people know, President Trump decided to pull out of the Paris Agreement. Much to the dismay of many Americans this was not only a move made out of spite, but has also already proven to be a serious detriment to our country. Marking the turning…

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