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The Bobcat Prowl

The Bobcat Prowl

The Student News Site of South Windsor High School

The Bobcat Prowl

Anjani Anamthoji

Anjani Anamthoji, Writer

Anjani is an SWHS junior looking forward to writing many articles for the Prowl. She's a bit over-ambitious, but strives to meet her end goal. She may be reserved but isn't afraid to go out and talk to people to get things done. Her other hobbies include surfing the internet, searching up new artists to listen to, and trying to improve her sleeping habits.

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Two of Mazolus cats in the tack room.

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

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

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 plate of lit diyas arranged in a floral pattern with marigolds being held by a woman adorned with gold bangles.

Diwali: The Celebration of Light

November 11, 2022

If there’s any one thing that Indians love, it’s celebrating Diwali. A celebration of lights, food, and family fun, this festival is enjoyed by a variety of people. Diwali, also known as the Festival...

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Ned Fulmer

Ned Fulmer and other Networking Nonsense

October 31, 2022

On September 27, 2022, the news broke out. Try Guys member, Ned Fulmer, cheated on his wife. *gasp* Why is this so surprising? Doesn’t stuff like this happen everyday? Aren’t celebrities’ cheating...

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New Year, New Case: Voter Suppression the New Crime?

New Year, New Case: Voter Suppression the New Crime?

September 29, 2022

The school bells are ringing, the lockers are being opened, the books are being dusted off; the new school year has started. For a lot of students, this is their last year of high school and for others,...

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