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The Student News Site of West Brunswick High School

The West Wind

The Student News Site of West Brunswick High School

The West Wind

College Football 25 soon...

College Football 25 soon…

Jordan Thomas, Sports Editor Mar 25, 2024

NCAA College Football, the return everyone was waiting for, is finally coming this year, three years after the initial announcement of the video game. The teaser featured on social media February 15th,...

Junior Kearstin Herring looking at all of the social media notifications on her cell phone.

The Value of What We Post

Noah Farris Feb 7, 2023

Social media has become a part of our everyday lives, whether it's actively posting and interacting with the community or just simply scrolling through pictures and videos. Social media brings about a...

Airpod pros left unacknowledged on a desk.

The Music That Defines Us

Olivia Hewson, Staff Writer Dec 5, 2022

Music is a very intricate form of expression, and it gives life and purpose to many people around the globe. Generation Z has brought a new wave of music culture into the spotlight that is beginning to...

Students showing their backpacks for the day.

Anything but a Backpack Day

Emely Olmedo, Editor in Chief Mar 8, 2022

After a bit of uncertainty from administration, they have finally heard student voices. Thanks to our yearbook staff, administrators allowed students to have the long awaited opportunity to give students...

Isleigh Sharpe´s dog, Susu, doing online school!

Virtual Learning With Sidekicks

Jennifer Argo, Staff Writer Oct 1, 2020

Remote learning means participating in class with pets, parents, siblings, and more in the background. Though some students cite their pets as a distraction, more appreciate the comfort and companionship...

The New Kanye West: From Slave to Son

Faith gunther, Staff Writer Dec 3, 2019

Recently, the famous Kanye West has openly given his life to Christ, grabbing the attention of millions across America. In 2016 he was hospitalized due to an overdose on opioids, which almost took his...

A lovely bunch of pumpkins for the fall season.

25 Things To Do This Fall

Erika Jimenez, Art Director Oct 1, 2019

Now that summer has come to an end, we can put away our swim trunks and short shorts and throw on our flannels and sweaters because fall is finally here. Fall is the season of spooky things and pumpkin...

Music is a powerful weapon.

Let’s Talk: Controversial Musicians

Deiona Stanley, Broadcast Producer Feb 27, 2019

Music is one of the few things that bring society together. No matter what the genre; hip hop, jazz, country, or even EDM, there is always a piece of each style that remains the same. Each genre of music...

Netflix Review: The Good Place

Netflix Review: The Good Place

Alyssa Robinson, Copy Editor Feb 18, 2019

NBC outdid themselves with this outrageously funny sitcom. The Good Place is witty, emotional and genuinely fun to watch. Created by Michael Shur, the show opens in a heaven-like setting with the protagonist,...

Classics Corner: Dr. Strangelove

Classics Corner: Dr. Strangelove

Matthew Hylton, Staff Writer Nov 26, 2018

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb was produced, written, and directed by Stanley Kubrick (The Shining, 2001: A Space Odyssey) in 1964 during the peak of the Cold War....

Ill Be There For You

I’ll Be There For You

Becca Jackson, Staff Writer Oct 9, 2017

From “the Rachel” to interior design, NBC’s Friends has shaped pop culture in immeasurable ways. According to IMDb, Friends first aired on NBC Sep. 20, 1994, continued for 10 seasons and its reruns...

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