The Howler

Transparent Beauty Brings Hope With Melancholy

Transparent Beauty Brings Hope With Melancholy

Dominique Palmer, Business Editor

May 18, 2015

“Melancholy means that no one is alone and that there’s always hope.”-Kassor

French Honor Society competes in French festival

French Honor Society competes in French festival

Meera Mani, Opinions Editor

May 15, 2015

“I really liked how we were all uplifting each other and motivating each other. We all supported each other even if we didn’t know them that well.” ~Kuku

Dudley’s creative writing class earns awards

Jessie Christopher, Staff Writer

May 11, 2015

Every year the Raleigh Fine Arts Society holds a special literary competition for students grades tenth through twelfth. The Literary Contest takes submissions each year from students all around the Raleigh area. Each student is allowed to submit one original story to be reviewed. This year Sara Dudley,...

Foreign Exchange Students

Brielle Cashdan, Staff Writer

May 11, 2015

Kristine Pettersen  What country are you originally from? Norway How does the culture in North Carolina differ from where you’re from? The people are more open and easier to get to know What is the biggest obstacle when it comes to the language barrier? Well I have been learning it since I was four so I c...

Pay attention or pay money

Jillian Kerzner, Staff Writer

May 8, 2015

"I give tickets to students parking outside of the lines, students with no hang tags, students with unregistered cars, and students that are not parking in their allotted space." -Wilson

GSA takes a stand against LGBT bullying

GSA takes a stand against LGBT bullying

Jillian Kerzner, staff writer

May 6, 2015

"We do it every year because most kids will just forget about it the next day. Whether people agree with the cause or not, the Day of Silence gets them talking about it, which at least raises awareness." -King

Students gain leadership experience at Meredith

Students gain leadership experience at Meredith

Skyler Portnoy, Staff writer

April 24, 2015

“[It was just like] any stereotypical type of leadership experience. This can include conflict handling, confidentiality, and public speaking development.” -Davidson

Lawmakers push to change APUSH curriculum

Lawmakers push to change APUSH curriculum

Meera Mani, Opinions Editor

April 2, 2015

On March 9, legislators in Oklahoma voted to support a bill that would cut funding for AP US History, commonly known as APUSH. According to Huffington Post, politicians think that the course focuses on “what is bad about America” and fails to realize the concept of “American exceptionalism.” Some als...

FCCLA prepares to shine like STARS

Dominique Palmer, Business Editor

April 2, 2015

“It teaches you responsibility because you have a product you have to complete on a certain deadline. It’s also super fun because you get to meet people from all over North Carolina and talk to them about why you love FCCLA.” -Woody

Students Stay or Go for Lunch

Students Stay or Go for Lunch

Dominique Palmer, Business Editor

April 2, 2015

“I get to go home, and relax, do homework at home before my fourth period, and save money." -Fernandez

‘9 to 5 the Musical’ adapted for local theatergoers

‘9 to 5 the Musical’ adapted for local theatergoers

Jessie Christopher, Staff Writer

March 30, 2015

“I have never been in a show that is so big, with so much acting, singing and dancing." -Hanrahan

The heat of sport gets mechanical

The heat of sport gets mechanical

Will Clark, Staff Writer

March 30, 2015

Wakefield is well-known for its strong sports teams, but a new team is on the rise. Wakefield Robotics Club is a club that focuses on building a robot to compete in regional competitions. This up-and-coming program can be considered a team due to mounting respect and recognition from regional competitors. The...

The Voice of Wakefield High School
Student Life