Author Archives: Warrior Word

The Problem Pipes

By Severin Kavanah

On October 31st, the night of the volleyball team’s senior night, the fire alarm was set off. Four times, in fact. The volleyball players were sent home, but have confirmed that they didn’t see anything out of the ordinary. Thus continued the weeks of piping, electrical, and aquatic issues that have vexed the student and staff bodies of EWHS.
Mr. Wahbeh, a math teacher in E205…

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EW Jazz Uses Craft Fair as a Fun Performance, but They Have Bigger Plans This Year

By Kaiona Apio

The annual EW Holiday Craft fair was held last Saturday, December 7th, and continues to be one of the most successful fundraisers in the music program. The profits from the Craft Fair benefits the orchestra and band programs, which explains the numerous musical performances.

During the fair, the halls are lined with combination…

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The Standards Are Watching You

By Samuel Schwartz
Standardized tests have become a rite of passage in public high schools. Everyone sits for one. Everyone stresses about one. Everyone anxiously checks, re-checks, and re-re-checks their inbox on that fateful day when the mysterious test-grading powers-that-be descend from their palanquins to distribute scores to the expectant masses.

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