Why the MLM stereotype is harmful
Why the "MLM stereotype" is harmful
Ani Gere-Miller May 31, 2022

Quick terminology lesson MLM - man who likes men Promiscuous - sleeps around   Quick warning: This article includes mentions...

What’s Next?
What’s Next?
Isaac Novoa, Staff Writer • June 16, 2022

As June comes and finals week has come, people or students ask, what’s next? Some people like adults just keep working and keep doing the things that they have been doing. Sometimes the word vacation comes to mind. June and July arrive, also known as summertime, and for most students in elementary, middle, and high school this is free time, students are finally out of school and they have some spare...

Continue Reading
Time Management Tips for Students
Time Management Tips for Students
Cassandra Doyle, Staff Writer • June 13, 2022

Time management is a tricky balance for many students. Battling with procrastination or quick deadlines gets even trickier when you are balancing a job or if you're a student-athlete. If you struggle with time management just know that it is a challenge for nearly everyone. One sophomore who participated in lacrosse shares her struggles “For me (time management) is really hard, after I did lacrosse...

Continue Reading
Getting Ready for  College
Getting Ready for College
Andrea Rodriguez June 13, 2022

When they tell us ‘’high school goes by so fast’’ we really don't believe it because four years seem like an eternity to us, until we experience it. As for me, it went really fast since Covid hit in the middle of freshman year, and affected all of the sophomore year. So seemingly out of nowhere, I find myself finishing my junior year and being anxious about what I am going to do after senior...

Continue Reading
Staying Safe During Summer
Staying Safe During Summer
Darlene Dubon, Writer • June 8, 2022

People often catch a cold and get sick during the summer season, a lot of different allergies and diseases affect people during this season. One common thing people experience is skin problems. It is very important to take care of yourself and some don't realize that.  You can begin by paying attention to your diet and the way you dress. The many ways you can start preparing and taking care of...

Continue Reading
The College Admission Process Through a Seniors Eyes
The College Admission Process Through a Seniors Eyes
Justin Carrington May 31, 2022

For seniors their final year at WHS has already reached its end. The decision between going to college or choosing a different path has already been made. For those who planned to go to college, the admission process was a long, tiring, but necessary step in continuing their education. Some had no idea what they were about to get themselves into. So what is the college admission process like? Is it...

Continue Reading
Food Within the Jewish Culture
Food Within the Jewish Culture
Ava DiMatteo May 23, 2022

Being Jewish American at Waltham High School can be a very unique experience according to Jewish Student Union president and founder, Lexie Smith. An aspect that is especially unique about her Jewish culture is the food    A specific food that ties Lexie to her culture is matzo ball soup. Lexie describes matzo ball soup as your average soup chicken broth base with spongy dumpling-like balls...

Continue Reading
School ends, what now?
School ends, what now?
Andrea Rodriguez, Writer • May 23, 2022

Since the beginning of the school year, we anticipate the end of the academic year. Waiting on summer to come around the corner, a stress-free time for us. But aside from resting, we have to be productive as well. It isn’t healthy to take the whole summer just to be lazy. Being lazy the whole time only creates bad habits and will only make it harder for you to get back into the groove of being productive...

Continue Reading
My Farewell to Waltham High...
My Farewell to Waltham High...
Connor Smith, Writer • May 18, 2022

As I approach the last days of my senior year I have really been sitting here and reflecting on my time at Waltham High. My English project is this Senior Portfolio Project. For those of you who don’t know what it is, it’s a combination of prompts that you answer and put on a google site for you to revisit later. It acts as almost a time capsule, giving you a good window to look back on in the...

Continue Reading
The Cafeteria and Allergies.
The Cafeteria and Allergies.
Cassandra Doyle, Staff Writer • May 16, 2022

The school cafeteria is the hub of the school. It is filled with students from all grades and backgrounds. It is most occupied during the three lunches where ravenous students come in from their classes to get their food.  Picture an ordinary student who has just come from a class and is looking to get food to appease their rumbling stomach. They step into the cafeteria and begin their hunt. They...

Continue Reading
Ending of Term Student Stress
Ending of Term Student Stress
Darlene Dubon, Writer • May 11, 2022

How much stress do students experience at the ending of their grading period? There are a lot of students that need to turn in late assignments or retake a test that they did not do well on, especially when the term is going to end and you have to make sure you turn everything in before the teachers can't accept anything more when the grade books close. There are a lot of students that have to work...

Continue Reading
The Hi-Res Red Adidas Yeezy Boost 700s Look Kinda Weird and I Dont Like Them
The 'Hi-Res Red' Adidas Yeezy Boost 700s Look Kinda Weird and I Don't Like Them
Justin Carrington June 14, 2022

Recently the release date of the 'Hi-Res Red' Adidas Yeezy Boost 700s has been announced and like most Kanye concepts, it's a bit strange. Kanye’s previous decisions shouldn’t affect opinion on these sneakers though, as these stand alone as an odd looking sneaker, and in my opinion, not a very good one. A lot of Yeezys are out there when it comes to appearance. They aren't exactly something...

Continue Reading
Say It Ain’t So, Boston Calling 2022 has wrapped
Say It Ain’t So, Boston Calling 2022 has wrapped
Nina Kremer June 7, 2022

For those who weren’t willing to risk running through a rainstorm, here’s a recap of Boston Calling 2022. The music festival was held at Harvard Athletic Complex, from May 27th through May 29th. There were four stages, The Green Stage, The Red Stage, The Delta Airlines Blue Stage, and The Tivoli Audio Orange Stage. Thirty local restaurants, with vegan and vegetarian options, catered the event.  Headliners...

Continue Reading
Activate Search
The Student News Site of Waltham High School
The Student News Site of Waltham High School