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The world-famous “Oscar” statue stands as a symbol for the highest achievements of the entertainment industry, but as well its dark and long history of discrimination and exclusion.

Award season 2021: performative action or real change?

Casey Friedman, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 7, 2021

Most WHS students when asked would probably assert that they don’t pay much attention to award show nominations or wins for film and television, but in this pandemic year, conversations on diversity...

Juniors Elizabeth Crawford and Natalie Ladocsi work on play prop.

The WHS Theater Company takes on the spring musical: Songs for a New World

Emilia Tutun, Sports Editor April 4, 2021

As we enter March of 2021, the Theater Company is in the midst of their preparation for their spring musical: Songs for a New World. WHS Drama Director and English Teacher Anne Slotnick elaborated on the...

Acrylic painting by Miki Chiang.

Literary magazine The Weston Current

Xava Abraham , Staff Writer March 30, 2021

Despite the pandemic, students continue to work creatively to produce new content for literary magazine, The Weston Current. The club welcomes students to join together to create a form of art and eventually...

History-making artists, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, accept their awards.

The 2021 Grammys: Did the winners deserve their awards?

Ava Dreyer, Feature editor March 29, 2021

While 2020 was a year filled with social distancing, masks, and uncertainty, it also had a lot of amazing  music to help us cope with the stress of the world. The 2021 Grammys were highly anticipated,...

Ella Kim with her violin.

Sophomore Ella Kim makes it into All Nationals

Divya and Grace, Staff Writer and Photo Editor January 26, 2021

At the age of five, sophomore Ella Kim began her passion of playing the violin. Since then she has participated in competitions throughout her musical journey, now reaching another level of success by...

Drawing made by Rajan depicting the Eastern Senior District Festival and the various categories—voice, strings, winds and percussion, and jazz.

WHS music students excel in Eastern Senior District Festival auditions

Divya Rajan, Staff Writer January 9, 2021

Music students of WHS auditioned for the virtual Eastern District Senior Festival last month, with 45 students being accepted into senior districts and 26 receiving an All States recommendation. The top...

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Jackie Liu gains a following on TikTok through her artwork

Ava Dreyer, Feature editor January 4, 2021

COVID-19 boredom has led people to do many things they may not have been able to do without all of this free time. For WHS senior Jackie Liu, she was able to create a TikTok account sharing her artwork,...

Mr. Eldridge conducting his class outside.

WHS welcomes Eldridge as new chorus teacher

Grace Kirk, Photo editor November 24, 2020

Instead of the usual start to the class of singing through scales and warming up, chorus starts with the small group of masked singers filing outside to prepare for class. Mr. Eldridge will now be teaching...

The Theater Company in remote rehearsal

Theater Company to perform online fall play

Livvy Yun, Arts and entertainment editor November 2, 2020

The new restrictions of Covid-19 presented unforeseen challenges to the Weston Theater Company for producing and performing the fall play. This year, the T. Co. will premiere an online play over Zoom,...

Annual winter art show displayed polished student artwork

Sarah Augustine, Photo/art editor February 14, 2020

On January 15, various WHS artists were able to showcase and present their work at the annual art show. Many families and friends attended to observe and enjoy the intricate pottery...

Theater Company members stand solemnly on stage at the beginning of a scene in an after school rehearsal.

“Radium Girls” to bring tragedy and comedy to stage

Heather Lee and Alexandra Liang , Co-editor in chief and website editor February 12, 2020

The WHS Theater Company will perform a dramatic recreation of history with their one-act production of “Radium Girls” this February. Mixing whimsical characters and tragic plot twists, the show centers...

Seniors Eric Sakkas and Thea Kendall-Green play the lead roles Duke Orsino and Lady Viola.

Fall play shines at Weston High School

Kaitlyn Ewald, Staff writer January 26, 2020

Comedy and Shakespeare took over the Weston High School auditorium in the Theatre Company’s rendition of the classic Twelfth Night. Running from November 21-23, students took a different interpretation...

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