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A new perspective on the immigration debate

January 16, 2019

The bell for second lunch has just rung, and it is time for Pamela Owens’s Ethnic Studies class to...

WHHS alum Jerrold Fine was a pioneer in finance, now he is a storyteller

December 14, 2018

Jerrold Fine’s eyes fly open in the middle of the night, his hand already reaching for the pen he keeps...

SENIOR Chase Pope inducted into the Secretary’s Smithsonian Youth Advisory Council

December 11, 2018

SENIOR Chase Pope was one of 10 students nationwide to be inducted into the Secretary’s Smithsonian...

Donald Trump does not care about the military

Recent Opinions Stories

Student left in dark with early school start times

December 11, 2018

When I walk down to the bus stop at 6:30 a.m., it’s still dark outside. Wiping the sleep from my eyes,...

College Applications Giving SENIORS a Headache

December 5, 2018

Holiday Forgiveness

December 5, 2018

I watch families connect over the ice cream I just served them. Their voices rise and fall in a soothing...

The spark behind the Lady Eagles’ fire

Recent Sports Stories

Tackling more than sports

November 15, 2018

“I’d like to be a role model, the standard for young high schoolers in every way.” SENIOR Jowon...

WHHS Honors Volleyball SENIORS

October 23, 2018

This student athlete shines a light on sexism in sports

October 23, 2018

String. Aim. Release. The sport of archery is one that often gets overlooked in the days of constant...

Golden Globes 2019: Rhapsody Rocks the Drama Awards, Vice Wins Comedy “Election”

Recent Style & Culture Stories

Juul vs. FDA, What’s the buzz about?

December 11, 2018

In light of the recent controversies over underage nicotine usage, the Food and Drug is cracking down...

Netflix Brings Christmas Early

December 10, 2018

'Snow-Flix' is in the air folks with Netflix's early Christmas spirit. Many new movies have aired revolving...

Vulfpeck revives modern funk in Hill Climber

December 7, 2018

Since their inception at the University of Michigan in 2011, Vulfpeck has been paving the way for funk...

Piper Peanut on exam stress

Recent Peanuts Stories

Young phantoms of the opera

December 11, 2018

The audience was on their feet giving a long applause, and the two members of junior choir here at WHHS,...

Boogie-ing down at the Boogie Bash

November 15, 2018

On Oct. 19, seventh and eighth graders gathered in the junior high gym to celebrate Halloween at...

Junior High fall sports recap

November 15, 2018

Fall is dwindling, and with it, fall sports are reaching the conclusions of their seasons. As tryouts...

What is your dream vacation and why?

Recent Arcade Stories

What is a good study tip you would give to some students?

What is a good study tip you would give to some students?

November 15, 2018

What do students like most about fall?

What do students like most about fall?

October 23, 2018

Who is your favorite music artist and what is your favorite song by them?

Who is your favorite music artist and what is your favorite song by them?

October 9, 2018

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Amiah Heard
Amiah Heard

Fine Arts Section Editor

Fine Arts Section Editor In her first year as a Chatterbox staff member, senior Amiah Heard is enthralled to work as the Fine Arts Section Editor. Amiah hopes to shine a light on the fantastic arts, theatre and music programs at Walnut Hill High School. This is Amiah’s first year venturing into journalism but she is very excited to better hone her writing skills. Amiah also a member of the Black Culture Club and the Christian youth group, Middletown Young Life. Amiah hopes to major i...

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