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Teachers from around the world: math teacher Hannah Marton

Teachers from around the world: math teacher Hannah Marton

Naomi Lathan and Charlie Moore
December 7, 2016
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Hannah Marton smiles down at a picture of a dark-haired girl in a school uniform. For Marton, this picture comes with memories of school in Hungary, memories very different from those that WHS students will graduate with. Marton, a math teacher at WHS, had a very different high school experience than...

Teachers from around the world: English teacher Sara Snow

Teachers from around the world: English teacher Sara Snow

Charlie Moore and Naomi Lathan
December 4, 2016
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WSPN'S Naomi Lathan and Charlie Moore are writing a series about teachers who immigrated to the U.S. and their experiences. Check out WSPN next week to read about math teacher Hannah Marton. Sara Snow watches as her students live through their days as American high school students, but she has neve...

Students respond to the University of Chicago’s essay questions

Students respond to the University of Chicago’s essay questions

Conor Keating and Olivia Waldron
December 4, 2016
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The University of Chicago is known for its original and unconventional admission essay questions. The University of Chicago states that they “think of the essay questions as an opportunity for students to tell us about themselves, their tastes, and their ambitions.” WSPN reporters asked a few WHS...

Q&A with guest speaker Ty Sells

Q&A with guest speaker Ty Sells

Jay Abdella
December 2, 2016
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How did you become interested in speaking to students about drugs? "I started with the Youth to Youth program back when I was in high school and had a positive experience with it. It's a youth program that focuses on alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention and had a positive experiences at the conferenc...

WHS students’ Thanksgiving plans

WHS students’ Thanksgiving plans

Jackie Stoller
November 23, 2016
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Teachers from around the world: Mandarin teacher Chang Liu

Teachers from around the world: Mandarin teacher Chang Liu

Naomi Lathan and Charlie Moore
November 20, 2016
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WSPN'S Naomi Lathan and Charlie Moore are writing a series about teachers who immigrated to the U.S. and their experiences. Check out WSPN next week to read about English teacher Sara Snow. Many teachers and students at WHS come from different countries around the world. Chang Liu is one of these...

Peter Tsipis: I do it for my school

Peter Tsipis: I do it for my school

Abby Stoller and Kate Balicki
November 14, 2016
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Senior Peter Tsipis has been a fan at WHS for the past five years. Many students consider Tsipis a “superfan”, which is a fan who shows a great deal of enthusiasm. His passion began in eighth grade when he attended his first sporting event with his older brother Alex Tsipis, who graduated from WHS...

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