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Mad For Plaid

Mad For Plaid

By Brooke Callery Fall has arrived along with new trends. The weather is getting cool and the leaves are turning. Not only is nature changing, but sundresses are turning into oversized flannels, tank tops lately seen covered by light sweaters or used as a texture accent under a knit scarf.…

Spring Trends of 2015

Spring Trends of 2015

By Brooke Callery As spring weather approaches, everywhere from small boutiques to large department stores are revamping their floors and rotating their display outfits in order to excite buyers. Though it may look as though the bright colors and pastel pants seem simply to be new refreshing trends, they are…

One of Westborough’s own: Designer Brian Pu Ruiz

One of Westborough’s own: Designer Brian Pu Ruiz

One of Westborough’s own, Brian Pu Ruiz, has already dove full force into chasing his dreams. As a senior, it’s quite impressive that Brian knows exactly what he wants and how to accomplish it. Not many people have the courage to break out into the world of design. Even though…

Minute to Win It

Minute to Win It

While many students and teachers are watching the NCAA basketball games and hoping that their brackets will be the best, sophomore Ashley Chiu has been working on some brackets of her own. Ashley is planning a new event, Minute to Win It. “It’s based on a TV show on NBC,”…

A Swing and a Miss

A Swing and a Miss

If for some reason you have a tennis lesson or maybe an  indoor sports practice at the gym and you see someone you know a few feet over, do not try to impress them by showing off. For if you do attempt to swing a little harder than you usually do, chances are…

Awk-Venture

Awk-Venture

If for some reason you have to do a group project for school and in order to complete that project you must buy supplies, make sure that all group members are present during that process. For if you don’t you will feel the need to include the third member in the…

Midterm Relief

Midterm Relief

Midterms are finally over, but Student Council took the opportunity to stay involved during this hectic time. Student Appreciation chairperson Katie Heffernan hosted a Free Breakfast event between the two midterms. I helped put all of the muffins, bagels, pastries, and cookies on the table and was excited by the number of…

The Intern Survival Guide: Rule 1

The Intern Survival Guide: Rule 1

If for some reason you’re an intern and your teacher asks you to make copies, make sure you understand the rules of the copier. For if you don’t understand the rules, you will probably try to put half a sheet of paper in the top section of the copier after…

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

Second semester is almost here and Student Council has a treasure trove of events in the works. After a successful December with events such as the Senior Center Dance, a visit to the Florence House in Worcester to babysit, Candy Cane Sales, Christmas Caroling at Stop and Shop, Uno’s Night, and “Toys for…

‘Tis The Season…For Concerts!

‘Tis The Season…For Concerts!

As December approaches, you can walk down the halls of the D-Wing during the day’s first three periods and hear the sound of the choirs, orchestra, and bands rehearsing for their December concerts.  As a singer, I don’t know much about the bands and the orchestra. But I can say…

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