This month, WW-P students in grades 3 to 11 will take the first phase of a new standardized exam. The PARCC test—a two-part assessment designed by the Partnership for Assessment […]
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Iran nuclear talks have taken over the news headlines recently, but the underlying issue is actually pretty complicated and layered. We’re here to break down the basics and hopefully give you a better understanding of this whole situation. What’s the deal with Iran? Suspicion among world powers has arisen regarding Iran’s nuclear program. […]
I’m not a big fan of musicals. The contrived plots, the hammy overacting, the simplification of events and emotions all rub me the wrong way. It’s a uniquely American art […]
Junior Freddy Maresca and sophomore Scott Gelb pace on the thrust of the stage, circling the empty chairs of the pit orchestra. The two characters, half in-costume and half in […]
—By Katherine Chen and Michelle Xu— Jonathan Gelb, Grade 12- Lord Farquaad Lord Farquaad is the main antagonist of Shrek who just so happens to be extremely short in stature. […]
Here’s the lesson Jon Stewart has taught me about the world: just because you can laugh at something doesn’t mean you don’t care about it; quite the opposite, in fact. […]
Only 15 players in Major League Soccer have annual salaries over a million dollars. What does this tell you about MLS? Yes, there is a salary cap that produces this […]
This Christmas, I finally got an iPhone. I’m not quite sure how I feel about it. I guess we have sort of a love-hate relationship. On the one hand, I […]
—By Michael Bamford & Vansh Bansal— The girls’ basketball team entered last Friday’s rivalry game against South at 8-6, ready to take on a robust Pirates squad. The game, which had […]
Knightly News Opinion Editor Liam Knox worked out with the basketball team. Maybe he shouldn’t go for the three-point shots as often.
Millions across the globe are still wondering what really happened to the Patriots’ deflated footballs. The question has been brought up in the media many times in the past week. […]
—By Julia Bannon and Elise Gorberg— Prom: the pinnacle of the high school experience, what separates the strong from the weak, the boys from the men, and the stylish from […]
The bright red text on the ww-p.org homepage is the text of triumph, of relief, of salvation, of snow days. It appears during grueling weeks of school, or after long […]
Knightly News Opinion Editor Liam Knox joined the fencing team for a pre-season workout. He survived. Barely.
Physical Education teacher Beth Serughetti congratulates first place winners Liam Knox and Sam Sun in the senior swing dance competition. —Bushra Hasan The swing dance competition took place on Friday, January […]
The tune of a mockingjay is said to be a long one. It has a slow pace, with high- and low-pitched chirping. It is melodious, soothing listeners with its mellifluous […]