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Flu season: more like “ew” season

08 March 2018

By: Alyssa Kerrigan Across the United States, the influenza virus is spreading like wildfire, engulfing the country in one of the most violent flu seasons in nearly a decade. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “ILI [influenza-like-illness] dropped from 7.4% last week to 6.4%, but remains higher than the peak of flu activity […]

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New Year, New Opportunities

08 March 2018

By: Destiny Lam WHS students from soon-to-be freshmen to advancing seniors are choosing their classes for the next school year. Among the usual core classes, WHS is introducing a few new classes for students. Among these options are the following: World Cuisine, to be taught by Mrs. Sherrill and Greco-Roman Mythology to be taught by […]

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Waynesboro Drama Presents Avenue Q

27 February 2018

  The Waynesboro High School drama students will be preforming “Avenue Q,” a musical drama, on March 1st-3rd at 7:30 p.m. and March 4th at 3 p.m. in the school auditorium. Ms Dianne Truslow, the drama teacher at Waynesboro High School, is the director of the play. She’s excited to preform it for the community and […]

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Student Spotlight: Jacky Dietz

23 February 2018

Q: What grade are you in? A: I’ve already graduated from German high school, and I wanted to come here to the US to do a study abroad experience before I go back to Germany to continue my studies. Q: What is your favorite class you are taking at WHS? Why? A: I’m taking art, […]

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The life of Amber Law

02 February 2018

By: Hannah Lam Photo by: Hannah Lam Amber Law is a junior with a big heart for children. As her future career, she hopes to take that love for children and put it to use by doing something in the childcare field. She is more interested in working with infants and toddlers because she finds […]

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Serenity talks about her life

02 February 2018

By: Shauna Wilson Serenity Stacy, a Journalism 1 student, is in 9th grade at Waynesboro High School. She has, 2 younger brothers and 1 older half sister. When she’s with her family, Serenity enjoys having family time to go out to eat, have good conversations, and play board games. Growing up in a large family, […]

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Shauna opens up about her life and feelings

02 February 2018

By: Serenity Stacy Shauna Wilson is a 9th grader from State College, Pennsylvania, who moved to Waynesboro,Virginia when she was three.She has one brother named Joseph. They have a good bond, but he likes to attack her. Having whole family dinners is her favorite thing to do with her family. Shauna would like to pursue […]

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The life of Hannah Lam

01 February 2018

By: Amber Law   Hannah Lam, a sophomore at WHS, has a bad case of social anxiety. She is hoping that journalism will help with that. Hannah’s dad is her biggest inspiration, and he used to tell her that she could do anything she set her mind to. Hannah also has her future in mind […]

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An insight into the life of Alexis Schifflett

01 February 2018

By: Jaqueline Dietz   Alexis Schifflett is a sophmore at Waynesboro High School. Lexi likes  journalism class because she is learning a lot and she is having fun. Before living in Waynesboro, she lived in Charlottesville and Crozet. After Graduation in 2020, Lexi wants to attend school in Harrisonburg to become a beautician. To prepare […]

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Little Giants Vs. Blue Streaks

31 January 2018

Photos by :Millineum White

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