The Voice of Wakefield High School

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The Voice of Wakefield High School

The Howler

The Voice of Wakefield High School

The Howler

Faith Abernathy, Emily Dudash, Nic Cazin and Levi Holland share a moment together on Senior Day.
Howler staffers pen one last word
May 30, 2024

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The Wakefield sports medicine team poses for a photo after being awarded the Safe Sports School Award. The award recognizes the hard work the students have put into the program.
Sports medicine team receives the Safe Sports School Award
Nara Hamburger, Student Life Editor • April 30, 2024
In an article ranking the top metros for women in STEM, the Raleigh-Cary area was ranked second in the nation.
Raleigh-Cary area ranks second in the nation for women in STEM
Faith Abernathy, Co-Arts and Entertainment Editor • April 5, 2024
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Catherine Middleton waves to a fan in the crowd. (Ricky Wilson via Creative Commons License)
Royal family inspires debate on privacy
Emily Dudash, Co-Editor-in-Chief • May 16, 2024
The great college debate: balancing cost and career prospects
The great college debate: balancing cost and career prospects
Bobby Etters, Guest Writer • May 8, 2024
Country musics modern day comeback
Country music's modern day comeback
Seth Steiner, Features Editor • May 7, 2024
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Wakefield junior and FCCLA State VP of Public Relations Jay Cannon gives a speech at one of FCCLAs many competitions throughout the year. In these speeches, Cannon exercises his strong public speaking capabilities, one of the many qualities he’s obtained in this leadership role. (Photo courtesy of Davis Photography)
Jay Cannon influences community in FCCLA leadership position
Caroline Rhoad and Gaby Sciaudone May 20, 2024
Wakefield Theatres theatre two and three class put on An Audition for Murder to show off what they have been working on for only a few weeks! The show opens Thursday at 7pm and has another show on Friday at 7pm. Photographed by Paul Orsett
Wakefield Theatre Company presents “An Audition for a Murder”
Tenley Robinson, Staff Writer • April 25, 2024
Evan Calabria is selling his seaside succulents at the 2024 plant sale. FFA and horticulture class members are also taking care of the plant and selling their amazing products.
Wakefield’s blooming success: 2024 plant sale
Jordan McIntyre, Co-Opinions Editor • April 22, 2024
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This seasons Comedy Corner features Generation Z comedian Marcello Hernandez! Marcello Hernandez. Hernandez has been a part of SNL for roughly two years, and already has a big influence on the comedy scene.
Comedy Corner: Marcello Hernandez
May 22, 2024
Photo Courtesy of Geffen Records
5 new songs on GUTS (spilled): ranked
Faith Abernathy, Co-Arts and Entertainment Editor • May 3, 2024
Famed singer-songwriter Conan Gray released his third studio album Found Heaven on April 5th. This album is incredibly different from Grays previous work, adopting a unique 80s pop sound.(Courtesy of Republic Records)
Every song on “Found Heaven:” ranked
Catherine Marley, Co-Arts and Entertainment Editor • April 19, 2024
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As the year comes to an end, the Howler staff says their goodbyes. Each senior is congratulated with a custom cupcake of their future college.
Baking people happy: college decision cupcakes
Jordan McIntyre, Co-Opinions Editor • June 6, 2024
Hannahs Bookshelf
Hannah's Bookshelf
Hannah Kilian, Co-Opinions Editor
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