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West Walks Out

| 03/14/2018 | 0 Comments
West Walks Out

After the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, America mourned, however, Americans have not simply moved on. Across the United States, teenagers and adults alike are using this tragedy as a vessel for political change. One political movement called “Women’s March” has even requested nationwide support from schools, calling for a walkout for 17 […]

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Driving Out Hunger This Thanksgiving

| 11/22/2017 | 0 Comments
Driving Out Hunger This Thanksgiving

Long Island, although affluent in some areas, still struggles in others; across Long Island approximately 65,000 people receive emergency food every single week and even more are in need. That’s why this thanksgiving some people are kind enough to look out for those in need, including our very own members of the Interact Club at High […]

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Colts Football Enters Playoffs

| 11/01/2017 | 0 Comments
Colts Football Enters Playoffs

The Hills West Colts put the finishing touches on another successful regular season with a dominant 28-0 victory over West Babylon last Saturday.  The win improved their record to 6-2, and enabled them to lock up the #2 seed in the upcoming playoffs. The Colts enter the playoffs riding high: winning 5 of their last […]

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The Roundup Expands to: Hills West Media!

| 10/17/2017 | 0 Comments

Swing open the door to room 230 on a Thursday afternoon and you will find endless coils of wires leading to pro- ducer, Poojan Pandya, who is counting down the seconds until the beginning of the Roundup and West Radio’s weekly sports podcast. As “Hip Hop Hooray” rolls in, the team is introduced to the […]

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I Got 95 Problems and AP Euro is Now One

| 06/02/2017 | 0 Comments
I Got 95 Problems and AP Euro is Now One

It’s a cutthroat society we exist in today. Compelled by the constant, ubiquitous presence of college, we push ourselves past our limits and keep on going. And it’s exhausting. We can complain about stress all we’d like, but that won’t get us into our dream school. Thus, we fill our schedule with every AP under […]

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Beyond the 13 Reasons: Why We All Need to Change

| 06/02/2017 | 0 Comments
Beyond the 13 Reasons:  Why We All Need to Change

Since its Netflix release in March, 13 Reasons Why has taken the media by storm, teeming in both praise and criticism, compliment and controversy. This comes as a surprise to nobody, being that it tackles the hugely current yet incredibly difficult issues of bullying, teenage suicide, and the effects they have on an entire community. […]

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Why We Should Care About the French Election

| 06/02/2017 | 0 Comments

On May 7, 2017, France elected Emmanuel Macron, a centrist candidate, over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen. This election, however, was a very different election than any other in recent memory. Since the 1950s France has been led either by the socialist party or the center-right party, but with the previous socialist president having an […]

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A Year in Review: What 2016 brought us in the world of sports

| 12/09/2016 | 0 Comments

I’d have to say, this is definitely my favorite time of the year. It’s not only because of all the lights we see on houses that illuminate the premature darkness of winter, or the general good feeling we get as our week off for holidays and relaxation comes nearer. This is the time of year […]

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