Many have criticized Disney for the lack of diversity and inclusion in its content, old and new.

Where’s Disney’s diversity?

Brooklyn Shafer, Style & Culture Writer
October 20, 2020
WHHS marching band students practicing while social distancing. This performance is based on a dragon with the band performing “This is Berk” from How to Train your Dragon and “Believer” by Imagine Dragons.

Marching band adapts to COVID-19

Ryan Helton, Fine Arts Writer
October 19, 2020
Following the murder of George Floyd, rioters start a fire outside of the Minneapolis Police Department’s 3rd Precinct. This precinct was the one where Derek Chauvin, the man who killed Floyd, worked.

The path toward civil war

David Shelly, Staff Writer
October 16, 2020
The photo that sparked a frenzy. Adele, pictured in a Jamaican Flag bikini, a yellow feather headdress, Bantu knots, and black and gray yoga pants, has become the center of a cultural storm after posting what she wore to Notting Hill Carnival in 2019 on Instagram.

Appreciation or appropriation: what does WHHS have to say?

Alonzo Montgomery, Style and Culture Section Editor
October 8, 2020
SENIOR Noah Suggs and Debo Ogunremi, ‘22, stand on the sidelines observing the game while also following the new rules and regulations that were established due to the pandemic.

Fall sports resume with new restrictions

Hajra Munir, Sports Section Editor
October 8, 2020
The band room, left empty months into the school year. The WHHS band directors were tasked with getting this art form across, while still remaining safe due to the pandemic.

Concert band in the era of coronavirus

Isabella Zinchini, Fine Arts Section Editor
October 8, 2020
A student opens the TikTok app to scroll through the entertaining videos on their for you page. TikTok is possibly getting banned in the near future for national security reasons.

Banning TikTok should not be a high priority

Kate Stiens, Opinions Section Editor
October 7, 2020
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