• Listen up juniors!

    Listen up juniors!

    Isabelle Muller, Reporter

    May 30, 2017

    This is a warning letter to college-bound juniors. If you thought your senior year would be an easy ride, you are mistaken. You have a new task to take up most of your time, college applications. When asked what they wish they knew before starting this whole process, the first things most Waterford...

  • Hammock Camping

    Hammock Camping

    Cassidy Susi, Reporter

    May 25, 2017

    A new way of adventuring in the wild has emerged the past few years- hammocking. The new craze also referred to as “hammock camping” has become popular the past few months with the invention of a hammock that can easily be attached and reattached to trees, a convenient idea that adventurers have ...

  • How to pick a college

    How to pick a college

    May 25, 2017

    Picking the right college can prove to be a frustrating, but worthwhile process. It can take a lot of time, but in the end, it is all worth it. Now that May first has passed, most seniors know where they are going, and just how they were able to make that decision. Senior Chelsey Barker said, “...

  • Diversity Within Waterford High School

    Diversity Within Waterford High School

    Taylor Houggy, Reporter

    May 19, 2017

    When it comes to high diversity within an academic environment, Waterford is not a school that often comes to mind. From the outside, we appear to be a school made up of dominantly white, middle-class suburban teenagers who enjoy our fair share of sports, music, and hanging out with friends. Howev...

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  • What’s So Funny?: The Power of Laughing

    What’s So Funny?: The Power of Laughing

    Lia Scala, Reporter

    May 17, 2017

    To many, laughing comes easily and often. Laughing generally feels good and even helps to improve mood. To better understand this phenomenon of laughing, scientists have further researched more in-depth about the art of laughing. According to Northwestern Now, there is a study with evidence to suggest that th...

    Senior Ryan Jones, and sophomores Max Adams and Olivia Billis agree that laughing is good for people.

Diversity Within Waterford High School

Diversity Within Waterford High School

Taylor Houggy, Reporter

When it comes to high diversity within an academic environment, Waterford is not a school that often comes to mind. From the outside, we appear to be a school made up of dominantly...

May 19, 2017No Comments

What’s So Funny?: The Power of Laughing

What’s So Funny?: The Power of Laughing

Lia Scala, Reporter

To many, laughing comes easily and often. Laughing generally feels good and even helps to improve mood. To better understand this phenomenon of laughing, scientists have fu...

May 17, 2017No Comments

“Everything Works Out in Musicals”

“Everything Works Out in Musicals”

Kate Porter, Reporter

WATERFORDrama’s spring musical, The Drowsy Chaperone, is truthfully unlike any other performance put on by this group. The comedy laced throughout the narrative framework...

May 4, 2017No Comments

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Spring Openings

Spring Openings

Olivia Pitasi, Reporter

March is the month where people start to get antsy for warmer weather. Even though it’s not quite beach weather yet, you can now finally visit the ice cream places everyone...

March 27, 2017No Comments

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