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SWHS Rowd Crowd At THS for Boys Basketball Game. 26 Jan. 2023.

South Windsor – Tolland Rivalry Game

Ava Nicole Shasha, Editor
January 27, 2023

Thursday night at Tolland High School, the Bobcats and Eagles faced off in a rivalry basketball game. As expected when these two teams met, the crowds showed up, and the rowd came out. With the Bobcats...

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Jenna Ortegas Wednesday Addams Character

Maria Verly, Staff Writer
January 20, 2023

The Addams Family is a very popular show that has millions of fans all around the world. It does not matter if you were alive during the original release of the movies or tv shows, you probably have watched...

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Seniors Joey Russo, Devin Decker, & Ben Tortora

Are YOU Prepared For Life After High School?

The Bobcat Prowl Team
January 20, 2023

It can be daunting to think about - more or less plan for - life after SWHS, but what can you do to prepare, and what are others doing? As students graduate high school and head off to college, they...

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Jonathan Edwards

The Origins of South Windsor’s Jonathan Edwards

Anthony Sosa, Staff Writer
January 20, 2023

Throughout history, people have had different theories and philosophies about how the world works. People's views seem to change from generation to generation, from deep dark philosophies to happy and...

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Two of Mazolus cats in the tack room.

A Peek Into the Home of Mazolu Sanctuary’s Endearing Residents

Anjani Anamthoji, Staff Writer
January 19, 2023

Nestled off to the side of Main Street lies the loving community of Mazolu Animal Sanctuary, consisting of an affectionate caretaker and local college professor, Jessica Waterhouse, her many enchanting...

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Letter To The Editor: More Scares at Halloween Than the Costumes

Letter To The Editor: More Scares at Halloween Than the Costumes

Anjani Anamthoji, Staff Writer
January 19, 2023

This article is very eye-opening, and I’d like to thank you for putting children’s health first and promoting safe behaviors during a more sinister holiday. The threat of Fentanyl, I believe, is something...

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A performance during the most recent meeting.

A Celebration of Music and Talent

Aasrith Veerapaneni, Writer
January 13, 2023

A new salute to the musically talented students of South Windsor High School. This musical celebration is a place where students can come together and put on a performance for each other. Under direction...

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Bobcat Ambassadors having a luncheon

New? No Problem

Mikaylee Winn, Editor
January 13, 2023

Whether you’re a new, existing, or transfer student, most people face social anxiety of “being the new kid.” Feeling singled out and alone isn’t desirable for anyone but the Bobcat Ambassador Club...

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Dance Carries Kids through Life

Dance Carries Kids through Life

Elizabeth Sinclair, Staff Writer
January 10, 2023

“Dance progressions was founded with the knowledge that the arts have a unique power to engage and motivate children.” Dance Progressions is a local dance company here in South Windsor, run by Christina...

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Birdhouse Coffee: A Cozy and Seasonal Restaurant in South Windsor

Birdhouse Coffee: A Cozy and Seasonal Restaurant in South Windsor

Olivia Liegl
January 6, 2023

The Birdhouse Coffee shop in South Windsor is a hidden gem within the town. From its warm vibes to its expansive menu of both bakery, cafe, and brewhouse options, the restaurant is far more than what it...

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Carl Leogrande

100 Years Old, An Incredible Life’s Story

Katelyn Drenga, Editor
January 3, 2023

Leogrande is a reminder to remember history. To never forget about the people who risked their lives, so that we could live in peace. 100 years of age, the WWII veteran Charles (Carl) Leogrande walked...

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Mrs. Flachsbarts Period 6 AP Lang Class

Ready for the Holidays: AP Lang Secret Santa

Max Schwartzman, Editor-in-Chief
December 23, 2022

Tis’ the season to be jolly and merry, especially in Mrs. Flachsbart’s period 6 AP Lang class, which participated in a student run “Secret Santa” gift exchange on December 20th. Occurring right...

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