The Howler

Wakefield Theatre Company takes on new, challenging themes

Wakefield Theatre Company takes on new, challenging themes

Khaki McCrabb, Staff Writer

December 5, 2016


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“It’s a fictional story based on true events, so Oliver is not actually a real person, but there are thousands of Olivers out there getting lost in the shuffle. You still see stuff like that today in our society, and it’s sad, [but] we find love, we find our family, our home, and everything is good with the world.” ~Orsett

Millennials cast their vote for change

Millennials cast their vote for change

Katelyn Sajewicz and Michael Magnuson

December 2, 2016


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“ I stood with my candidate to attempt to withhold the presidency [from someone who I don’t agree with],” Jones said. “To protect the future of my classmates and the younger generations.”

Wakefield Black Student Union initiates discussion by peacefully protesting

Emily Callahan, Khaki McCrabb, & Katelyn Sajewicz, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Staff Writer, & Co-Opinions Editor

November 17, 2016


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Haunted House frightens both students and staff

Haunted House frightens both students and staff

Christina Rascoe, Student Life Editor

November 9, 2016


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“We get to be creative and go as big and bold as we want to be. It is reassuring as an officer to see everyone come together and put on this cool thing.” ~Scott

After nine years freshmen reunite with main campus

After nine years freshmen reunite with main campus

Emily Callahan and Chinma Ngumoha, Co-Editor-in-Chief & Staff Writer

October 14, 2016


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“For nine years, we were on two different campuses, three miles apart, and all of a sudden one year we’re back under the same roof." ~Wolfe

AP exams yield possibility of college credit

AP exams yield possibility of college credit

Emily Callahan, Features Editor

May 9, 2016


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“If you’re a student who has done really well in honors classes, it's time to step it up and consider taking AP classes next year." -Inscoe

Lives on the line

Lives on the line

Jillian Kerzner and Jenni Goldstein

May 9, 2016


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“Just Think First raises awareness for drinking and driving,” said Wells. “The numbers of teenagers dying in car accidents is astronomical, whether it is a result of alcohol or not.”

Operation Graduation: helping seniors make the final leap

Operation Graduation: helping seniors make the final leap

Rebecca Fiely, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 21, 2016


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“Operation Graduation is another way we can support seniors. It is to make sure everyone makes it across that stage in June.” -Alston

Seniors awaiting the future during the last weeks before graduation

Seniors awaiting the future during the last weeks before graduation

Kate Meikle, Copy Editor

April 19, 2016


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“I don’t take my backpack out of my car unless I absolutely have to." -Kimball

The current state of the United States presidential race

Jordon Myers, Staff Writer

April 5, 2016


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 The 2016 presidential race is off to a hot start, with many polarizing candidates in the running. However, the race seems to be focused mainly on a few key candidates, ranging from the extremely liberal Bernie Sanders, the safe yet controversial Hillary Clinton, and the extremely provocative and poli...

Winterblast energizes winterguard performers

Winterblast energizes winterguard performers

Jenni Goldstein, Features Editor

March 23, 2016


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“The most important thing that I like to see is students growing as performers. I really like being able to coach students who have done this for years because I really get to see how they reach their full potential.” -Johnson

Wakefield Chorus takes a bite out of the Big Apple

Wakefield Chorus takes a bite out of the Big Apple

Emily Callahan, Features Editor

March 23, 2016


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The men and women’s chorus ensembles made the long trek to New York City from Raleigh on March 16 for a trip with a detailed itinerary. From an invitation to sing at Carnegie Hall, to viewing a play on Broadway, all the way to visiting the 9/11 memorial, the choir had great expectations for all of t...

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