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The Seeker:  The Good Old Days

The Seeker: The Good Old Days

January 22, 2020

“All the love you won't forget, and all these reckless nights you won't regret. Someday soon, your whole life's gonna change; you'll miss the magic of these good old days” –Good Old Days, Macklemore   With graduation rapidly approaching, what advice can you offer underclassmen for their senior year to savor the “Good Old Days”?   -“Take half days and get your work done earlier so you can spend time with your friends.” -Abby Black (senior)   -“Take your senior year day by day. Don’t rush anything. Enjoy having to do any minimum” -Alex Featherman...

SPORTS EDITION: If You Had to Choose . . .

SPORTS EDITION: If You Had to Choose . . .

Kaeli Romanowski, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2020

WOULD YOU RATHER . . .  Be a star on a bad team or be average on an elite team? Matthew Henneforth, junior, chose to be average on an elite team because he wants to help his team gain success anyway possible, even if he isn’t the shining star all of the time. Win MVP or win a team championship? Caden Brungard, sophomore, would rather be the MVP because he wants to be able to be the best on the team and be the person that everyone looks for in a big game. Have nice uniforms, but a bad facility or old uniforms and an good facility? Skylar Long, freshman, would rather have ugly unifo...

HOLIDAY VERSION: If You Had to Choose …

HOLIDAY VERSION: If You Had to Choose …

Stevie Wilkinson, Staff Reporter

January 10, 2020

Cookies or Pie? Kiel Rizzi:  Cookies because they rock. Morgan Heenan:  Cookies because I don't like pie.   Christmas or Thanksgiving? Gavin Murphy:  Christmas because you get to eat and get gifts Lou Azate:  Christmas just because I love Christmas.   Snow Angels or Snowmen? Alex Iovacchini:  Snowmen because they look cooler. Aly McCarthy:  Snowmen because they are more fun to make.   Christmas Eve or Christmas Day? Jaden DeRosa:  Christmas Day because it's better. Maya Maisonave:  Christmas Eve because it's exciting.   Best...

PHOBIAS! Most Have One:

PHOBIAS! Most Have One:

January 8, 2020

Joshua Burns:  My phobia is dogs because I've been bitten by one. Joey Jara:  My phobia is snakes because some can be poisonous. Evan Thomas:  My phobia is heights because I don't mess with that! Rebecca Boots:  My phobia is clowns.  I don't know I'm afraid of them. I just am! Alex Gager:  My phobia is snakes because I've gotten bitten by them. Nick Foster:  My phobia is homework! For some reason, it doesn't get done. Caleb Burns:  Wicker baskets! Because they've poked me! Gavin Henwood:  My phobia is heights because I could die if I fall from them. Brandon Cleveland: ...

FALL FUN:  If You Had to Choose . . .

FALL FUN: If You Had to Choose . . .

January 8, 2020

Ghost or Skeletons? Mia Rovinsky:  Ghost because then no one could see or know where I was. Caleb Brunguard:  Skeleton because their bones are strong like me. Lollipops or Hershey Bars? Julian Walck:  Lollipops because they last longer than chocolate. Brooke Richardson:  Lollipops because I hate sweets. Vampire or Witches? Nate Koch:  Vampires because they have teeth that will make you turn into a vampire. Rylee Sheehan:  Witches because they have powers. Hayrides or Corn Mazes? Austin Devine:  Hay rides because I get lost in corn mazes. Kiel Rizzi:  Corn m...

Weight Room Provides Opportunity for Students to Stay in Shape

Weight Room Provides Opportunity for Students to Stay in Shape

January 1, 2020

Western Wayne recently has hired college students that are weight lifters to help train our athletes and students who want to stay in shape. One of these students, trainer Dom, a Marywood student who is studying in this field which makes him more than qualified to be a trainer at our school.  When I got a chance to speak with him, he explained to me how he became interested in weight training.  He is not only very knowledgeable about lifting ,but also he enjoys playing the guitar and listening to music which is a good thing to have because it helps working out when you can relate as I also play...

The Seeker:  Winter Season

The Seeker: Winter Season

December 18, 2019

“Just imagine that we're laughing in my cabin, chilling by the fireside. Even though this sun is blasting, we can be wherever if we visualize… I wanna pretend we’re at the North Pole” –Ariana Grande “Winter Things”   What’s your favorite part of the winter season?   “My favorite part of the winter season is being able to dress cozy and wear all my boots and sweaters that I cannot wear any other season since I sweat so much. I also love Christmas and the snow.” -Cassidy Asinski, 11th grade “I like relaxing by the wood stove when it’s freezin...

The Seeker:  Worldwide Travel

The Seeker: Worldwide Travel

December 18, 2019

“Take me on a trip, I’d like to go some day. Take me to New York, I’d love to see LA. I really want to come kick it with you” -Estelle and Kanye West “American Boy” If you could go anywhere in the world right now where would you go and why? Student Responses: “Bora Bora. I want to be able to see one of Earth’s most beautiful creations and take in how amazing life is. The view is enough to realize how lucky I am to be living in such a beautiful place” -Gabrielle Tetreault, 10th grade “I would go to Greece to see all of the ancient Greek structures and to learn more about...

Do those New Year Resolutions Stick?

October 23, 2019

What was your New Years Resolution? Did you follow through with it?   “To start focusing on my wants to needs not everyone else’s.  Yes I did follow through with it.”  Lena Piccolino 11th grade    “To go with the flow and try to be less anxious about everything and try to be spontaneous, take risks, and live life. Yes I followed through with it.”  Courtney Petrilack 11th grade    “To eat healthier, get in better shape and use less plastic. I have been doing all of these.”  Jamie Bryan 11th grade   “To eat healthier... no I did not follow through with it.”  Derek Mason 12th grade   “To be a better person and get the girls... I think it’s working.”  Caleb Brungard 12th grade    “My Resolution was to work out more and drive slower, I have been doing both.”  Gary Gein...

The Seeker: Summer Fun

The Seeker: Summer Fun

March 15, 2019

“There’s a summertime southern breeze blowin’ in the air tonight… Let’s watch fireflies glow in the sky. Forget the day and let it float away… Let’s lose track of time” – “Sway” by Dan + Shay   What is your favorite thing to do in the summer, regardless of the time? “I love to have bonfires and to be surrounded by my friends, having a fun time.” –Amanda Ferrer, junior   “Group sleepovers with my friends and going night swimming is by far my favorite.” –Courtney Petrilak, sophomore   “My ideal night is sitting in my room with th...

TEEN TALK: Are Mental Health Days Helpful or Harmful?

TEEN TALK: Are Mental Health Days Helpful or Harmful?

Miranda Kubilus, Columnist

February 15, 2019

In an article on the Psychology Today website, psychotherapist Amy Morin said that mental health days can be incredibly beneficial, but only if they’re productive towards helping one’s mental state.

Cats Club Dedicated to Helping Community to Thrive

Maggy Langendoerfer, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2019

Helping people in need:  That is what the Western Wayne C.A.T.S Club is all about. The most recent activity that the C.A.T.S club participated in was sending medical kits to kids in Africa. C.A.T.S Club is a club at Western Wayne that stands for community attitude towards success. C.A.T.S Club is all about volunteering and helping the community and that is exactly what they are doing. The club has done many community based volunteer work in the past and in the future. This organization tries to get the students of Western Wayne involved in the community they live in. They also try to get non-members to help the community and other people. Recently they hosted a blood drive in honor of English teacher Mr. James Rebar, who benefited from several blood transfusions before he tragically died of cancer. The club...

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