The Lobby Observer

Ms. Kirby: Not Your Typical Spanish Teacher

April 28, 2009

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By Myles Goldman One would assume a Spanish teacher would enjoy the culture and intricacies of the language she is teaching, and this, indeed, is true about WHS Spanish teacher Ms. Kirby. Spanish, however, is not the only act...

Former Ramones Drummer in Bluegrass Band

April 28, 2009

Filed under A & E, Features, Opinion

by Blake Otey Tamas Erdelyi, better known as "Tommy Ramone", 57, is a Hungarian-American record producer and musician. He is most famous for being the drummer for the American Punk Rock band the "Ramones". He is also the group's last surviving original member. His distinc...

Big Screen Buzz

April 28, 2009

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by Sneha Subramaniam and Veda Awasthi When it was put up a couple of weeks ago, student and faculty began buzzing about the new LG flat screen television hung up on the main staircase in the lobby. "Why was it there? Where di...

Viva Ventriglia!

April 28, 2009

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By Vanessa Bein Westborough High School Spanish teacher, Anna Ventriglia, is an inspiration to many students. Retiring this year, Señora Ventriglia is teaching Spanish III Honors, Spanish for the Business Minded, and Conv...

“Haunting in Connecticut” Haunts All

April 17, 2009

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by Vanessa Bein Close your eyes ahead of time because The Haunting in Connecticut is a definite scare! Based on a true story, the Campbell family moves into a Victorian style house that is close to the hospital for which their s...

A.J. Tomailo's Was Not Worth the Cost

April 17, 2009

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By Bryan Vermes A.J. Tomaiolo's Restaurant, in Northborough, Massachusetts, offers a wide range of options on their menu. The environment of the European-style family resturaunt is enjoyable, and the food is cooked to a sat...

“Sex-ting:" The new epidemic that can be found in any pocket or purse.

April 15, 2009

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By Elise Murphy and Samienta Pierre-Vil Ten years ago, cell phones were considered a luxury. Today some would argue they are a necessity, and others would say that cell phones have become a form of entertainment with availabl...

Multi Cultural Council Talent Show

March 30, 2009

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The MCC will hold its annual talent show on Friday, April 17th.  Sign-ups for the show are posted across the hall from room Dr. Deshpande's room C309.

Ms. Gustafson: Not All High-Tech

January 27, 2009

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by Thea Softing With her blonde hair, blue eyes and unusual name, Ingrid Gustafson is obviously a woman of Scandinavian descent. Although the instructional technology specialist was born in Shrewsbury Massachusetts, all four of her grandparent...

A Battle of the Brains

January 13, 2009

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by Ali Strand The Westborough High School Academic Decathlon team competed in its first competition on Saturday, November 22nd at Ashland High School. While the team was not able to move on to the state competition, as only ...

Squeezing Out the Presents

December 18, 2008

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by Lexi Walls Everyone by now has heard about the catastrophe that we like to call the American economy. Also, I'm sure that everyone has heard that the Wall Street experts have predicted that financial America is only goi...

Ice Storm Hits Westborough

December 17, 2008

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School was canceled on Friday, December 12, for the first "snow day" of the winter season. While downtown Westborough looked untouched, higher parts of town experienced severe damage from the accumulation of inches of frozen rain....

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