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Students compare “The Batman”  to “Spiderman: No Way Home”

Students compare “The Batman” to “Spiderman: No Way Home”

Amelia Walker, Staff Writer May 9, 2022

   Hollywood recently released two of the most anticipated superhero movies. “The Batman,” which was released in early March, was described by fans as DC’s perfect creation of the violence and...

What is WHS listening to?

What is WHS listening to?

Annie Kosowsky , Staff Writer April 29, 2022

   Have you ever wondered what song is blasting through the earbuds of your fellow WHS students as they walk down the halls? Wildcat Tracks decided to ask members of each grade this question to come...

Performers get ready to premiere an in-person spring musical

Performers get ready to premiere an in-person spring musical

Divya Rajan , Hard News Editor April 29, 2022

   With the change in season, students and faculty know that the moment many of them have been waiting for the whole year is finally approaching—the spring musical. As the musical nears, students involved...

WHS musicians perform at Senior Districts

Saavani Datta, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

 Several musicians from Weston High School recently prepared for, auditioned for, and were selected as members of the Senior Districts honors music group, and some of them also qualified to continue to...

Town Criers perform

A cappella groups at WHS entertain and collaborate

Areta Quazi, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

   Weston High School students often enjoy performances from one of the school’s three a cappella groups at assemblies, but many may not realize that these groups are self-governed and exist outside...

WHS students recommend books for vacation reading

WHS students recommend books for vacation reading

Farrah Zerola, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

  As April break approaches, so do long plane rides, snow storms, and plentiful free time. With this extra time to do the things that make students happy, many turn to reading.    Numerous students...

Lee’s piece titled “Brevity”

Zhang and Lee recognized as Nation YoungArts winners

Emilia Tutun, Editor March 1, 2022

 YoungArts, a group sponsored by the National Foundation for the Advancement of Artists, annually holds a competition to identify the most accomplished young artists in the visual, literary, and performing...

Chorus performs the annual winter concert

Indoor concerts return to WHS

Farrah Zerola, Staff Writer December 15, 2021

   After 20 months of being limited to online performances, Weston’s music program was able to hold its first in-person concert earlier this year outside, but due to the cold weather and the need to...

Shot from Muzilas film

Seniors plan to pursue arts in college

Mandy Maselli , Staff Writer December 15, 2021

   For most Weston seniors, the school’s culture of applying to elite colleges and universities guides their post-high school planning. Art schools are not often the traditional choice, but each year...

Members of the cast rehearse a scene from “The 39 Steps”

Fall play returns to the WHS stage

Kaitlyn Ewald, Arts & Entertainment Editor November 1, 2021

   Weston High School’s Theatre Company (T. Co.) will bring the fall play “The 39 Steps” to the stage, premiering on Thursday November 18 and running through Saturday November 20, with all performances...

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