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Virtual Spirit Week

Jillian Thibodeau
May 15, 2020

From May 11th to May 15th during our eighth week of quarantine and being out of school, SWHS held its first virtual spirit week. This spirit week consisted of five days of spirit in which students would...

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Dear Mr. Gettleman: Sorry About That

Jacob Chaimovitch
May 7, 2020

Those who follow The Bobcat Prowl might remember that a little over a year ago, I wrote about New York Giants’ GM Dave Gettleman and his failed off-season. With Head Coach, Pat Shurmur, now gone and...

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We Need to Stay Inside, Heres Why

We Need to Stay Inside, Here’s Why

Brianna Skaff
March 25, 2020

It is no secret that covid-19 is spreading around the world, with the US expanding in cases every day. As of right now, 1 pm on March 25, there are over 60,000 confirmed cases, over 800 deaths, and over...

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The Internet Needs to Stop Making Teenagers Famous for Nothing

The Internet Needs to Stop Making Teenagers Famous for Nothing

Shea Sullivan
March 25, 2020

The internet has developed a strange habit of making random teenagers famous for little to no reason. Take Charli D'amelio, for example, the fifteen year old "reigning queen of TikTok," according to the...

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Does Parasite Deserve Academy Accolades?

Does Parasite Deserve Academy Accolades?

Cael Brennan
February 19, 2020

This year at the Academy Awards history was forever changed. Sweeping the 92nd Academy Awards was Bong Joon Ho’s masterpiece “Parasite”. The First Korean film to be nominated for an Academy Award,...

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SWFTK: The Annual Dance Marathon

SWFTK: The Annual Dance Marathon

Kelli Mann
February 6, 2020

On Friday, February 7th, South Windsor High School’s, South Windsor For The Kids (SWFTK) club will be hosting the annual dance marathon to benefit Connecticut Children’s Medical Center (CCMC). This...

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Scholarship Opportunities for Seniors

Scholarship Opportunities for Seniors

Rachel Maher
January 30, 2020

For all seniors, graduation is coming around the corner quickly as most students are awaiting college acceptances and planning ahead for their future. Now is a good time to be searching for additional...

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Should Students Take Midterms and Final Exams?

Should Students Take Midterms and Final Exams?

Caitlin Sze
January 13, 2020

One of the biggest questions that goes around school is whether or not we should have midterms and finals. This question has been brought up various times because students are already being tested on material...

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Words of Wisdom for Upcoming Capstone Presenters

Words of Wisdom for Upcoming Capstone Presenters

Caitlin Sze
January 8, 2020

In need of some capstone advice for those presenting in the weeks to come? Here are some tips and ways to prepare to be fully prepared when you go to present your capstone.  First off, when finalizing...

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Cats Movie Review

Cael Brennan
January 7, 2020

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Iconic musical interpretation of T.S Elliot’s poem "The Naming of Cats" is finally being portrayed on the silver screen. But upon the release of its first trailer the internet...

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Why Winter is the Worst Season

Why Winter is the Worst Season

Rachel Maher
December 6, 2019

The notoriously freezing temperatures and icy and hazardous road conditions make for the winter months in Connecticut to be anything but a good time. People who have been living here for many years, have...

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Are Cows Bad for the Environment?

Are Cows Bad for the Environment?

Caitlin Sze
December 6, 2019

Recent research and study has shown that cow flatulence is contributing to climate change, and although the good news is that cow farts aren’t hurting the environment, their burps are.  The Washington...

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