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Honors is being redesigned as AA in order for greater equality and more opportunities. “Grades can be the determining factor of whether they can handle AA or regular, and then theres no teaming that has to be restricted like whether they take it in the morning or the afternoon,” Jayma Hazelbaker said.

Out with the old, in with the new: Honors to AA

Faith Wallace, Peanuts Section Editor
October 21, 2021

Homecoming Fashion

Kate Stiens, Style & Culture Section Editor
October 21, 2021
Each of Armstrong’s homes feature inviting communal spaces that she has both furnished and decorated.

With housing brings hope

Sarah Wilson, Features Writer
October 15, 2021
From left to right: SENIORS Mariah Couch, Melanie Mitchell, Simone Sears and Elsie Manolis wrap up their monthly executive board meeting. These meetings include all the class councils representing each grad and the executive board. “Last year the student body became really divided, the world became divided, so this year I just hope to bring everyone together and remind us how awesome and fun and diverse our student body is,” Mitchell said.

Student congress: the force behind WHHS

Kimaya Mundhe, Features Section Editor
October 15, 2021
The WHHS defensive line stands countering the Aiken offensive line, waiting for the ball to be snapped during the game on Aug. 20.

Tackling the ECC leaderboard

Megan Dorr, Sports Section Editor
October 14, 2021
On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder was released in 2017, and is now more topical than ever. It provides a look into the history of tyrannical regimes and how our generation is the key to keeping our democratic values.

For us: On Tyranny book review

Ben Schneider, Style and Culture Writer
October 14, 2021
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