by Jessica Shih
SOUTH PLAINFIELD—Have you ever turned on the TV during the Winter Olympics with the expectation of seeing skiers, only to watch people battling over a moving rock by aggressively sweeping down a strip of ice with brooms? Ever looked at the screen and thought, “I have no idea what’s happening, but I can totally do whatever they’re doing?”
by Stewie Pollock
With the Winter Olympics approaching, fans are excited to see the pros hit the slopes and ice. Here are a few of the American athletes who are expected to make a big statement this year in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
by Rollins Terry
While the beginning of the Olympic Games is typically commemorated with torch ceremonies and shiny new uniforms, these traditions have been rightfully overshadowed this year by courtroom attacks, private investigations and accusations in the wake of the scandal involving Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics team doctor and assistant professor at Michigan State University.
by Anna Masciandaro
Stepping into YESTERcades is like stepping into the 1980s. When you first walk in, you’re flooded with flashing lights and the sound of arcade game music playing nonstop in addition to various hits such as the song “We Got the Beat” by the Go-Go’s.
by Natahlie Tucker
It’s 9 p.m. and WHS senior Emily Boll gets a notification on her phone. No, it’s not a text from her mom or an Instagram notification. It’s a message from HQ Trivia, telling her that it is time to play.
by Lindsay Freidenrich and Joe Lotano
What originally started as a freshman-year hobby has expanded to a full-time gig for three WHS seniors. Aaron Brown, Jack Butera and Nate Reyes, commonly known as DOSXX (DosEquis) on SoundCloud, have created many hits within and beyond the WHS community. But their most recent project, Motel Paradise, just might elevate these three friends to a career in the music industry.