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Mark Fisher at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art

Book Review: Capitalist Realism by Mark Fisher

Nikoli Weir, Reporter June 2, 2022

If Mark Fisher’s book Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? could be summarized in one quote, it would be Frederic Jameson’s “it’s easier to imagine the end of the world than it is to imagine...

In ‘Renegades,’ the Villains Might Not be the Bad Guys

Tara Smith October 8, 2020

Have you ever read a book that feels like it grabs you by the shoulders and drags you into it’s captivating world? Over quarantine, I picked up a book and was pulled into a wondrous magical world. I...

Mr. Cadorette fences Mr. OConnor in the quad during the Welcome Back ice cream social. Mr. Cadorette used to coach the fencing team.

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Mr. Cadorette

Taylor Houggy, Reporter January 12, 2016

Everyone knows our sarcastic, somewhat cynical librarian Mr. Cadorette. But how well do we really know him? Most would be surprised that Mr. Cadorette has spent his fair share of time away from the bookshelves,...

Library Welcomes Volunteer Help

Library Welcomes Volunteer Help

Lauren O'Neill, Reporter November 3, 2015

On weekdays, high school students can often be seen in the Waterford Public Library after school. While some come for studying, others come to volunteer. Students from the high school often volunteer...

Summer Reading Now Optional

Matthew Patton June 11, 2014

Summer reading has been a notable part of Waterford High for some time, but now it has been given a fresh twist. It is now optional. Summer reading is offered as an opportunity for extra credit, except...

Extreme Makeover: Library Edition

Kalie Menders, Reporter November 1, 2011

The school library is undergoing drastic changes under first-year librarian Mr. Cadorette. Most noticeable are the once packed bookshelves that are now clean and organized. Where old, disheveled books...

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