The Unveiling of the WGSS Beauty and the Beast Musical
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The Unveiling of the WGSS Beauty and the Beast Musical

Netanya Castillo, Features Writer, and Esther Kim, Writer From the traditional fairy tale written by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve in 1740, to the live-action movie adaptation of 2017, Beauty…

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WGSS’ “One Season” Dinner Service – The VCC Program
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WGSS’ “One Season” Dinner Service – The VCC Program

Katrin Usison and Shannon Morrisey From WGSS’ Grab n’ Go Breakfast Program to the cafeteria at lunch, the school has stellar food. Now our school has a dinner…

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WGSS’ Musical Take-Off for Spring Break
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WGSS’ Musical Take-Off for Spring Break

Netanya Castillo, Features Writer & Matthew Kim, Entertainments Writer What’s a better way to get ready for Spring Break at WGSS than to sit back and listen to…

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Denim on Denim Day
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Denim on Denim Day

Mehek Budshah, Writer On Friday, March 10th, students and staff of WGSS expressed their personal styles by wearing creative and unique outfits but all with the same material:…

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Cupcakes to the Rescue!
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Cupcakes to the Rescue!

Netanya Castillo, Features Writer National Cupcake Day was just this last Monday, on February 27th. This sweet day is an annual fundraiser hosted by SPCAs and Humane Societies to help…

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Grade 8s: The Future Leaders
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Grade 8s: The Future Leaders

Netanya Castillo, Features Writer This last Friday on February 24, Gator Leadership Club (GLC) hosted their highly anticipated Grade 8 Leadership Conference. For weeks prior to the event,…

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Senior Course Planning Advice
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Senior Course Planning Advice

The senior years are most crucial years of your adventure through high school. These years are where students really gear down to achieve the grades they need in…

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Junior Course Planning Advice
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Junior Course Planning Advice

The junior years (also known as the cruising years) are weighted less heavily compared to the senior years of high school. Although they don’t matter as much as…

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Future Gators: Grade 7 Open House
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Future Gators: Grade 7 Open House

Netanya Castillo, Features Writer High school students often think back to their nostalgic memories as seventh graders; last Thursday, the tables turned and Grade 7 students were able…

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WGSS’ Winter Formal
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WGSS’ Winter Formal

Nichole Pulgar, Managing Editor After a hiatus with school dances, grad council was able to put together a grand winter formal that was incredibly enjoyable. The Winter Wonderland-esque…

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