Athlete Spotlight: Roy Bae (Eggplant)

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No. It’s Roy Bae. A man of action, a man of character. As a star and captain of WRA’s premier conditioning squad, Roy has shown himself to be worthy of the highest praise. His constant enthusiasm for WRA athletics and the sports requirement alike is abundant. Earlier this month, … Continue reading

Joy (Eggplant)

Joy! Joy. That delightful, fulfilling catchphrase scrawled in every email and all over the WRA website in a cute, quirky handwritten font. Mrs. Buck’s promise of joy has arrived on campus, physically manifesting in our hallowed halls and all across the lawn’s wide sweep. Students have certainly begun to feel it too. “She tells me … Continue reading

Horoscopes (Eggplant)

Aries: Watch out– the MAC will no longer be open before classes. The future looks dark for your gains. Leo: The stars have aligned, your classmates will no longer get mad at you for letting juniors in the senior space. Sagittarius: Bad luck befalls you. You definitely used “get” twice in that Warner essay. Taurus: … Continue reading

The WRAp (Eggplant)

Following the success of the March edition of the WRAp, WRA’s premiere late night talk show, the staff has been searching for a way to follow up. With a May show unlikely due to the coronavirus outbreak, lead Noah Frato-Sweeney `20 has come up with a solution: a one-man show. “It’s literally perfect,” Noah commented. … Continue reading

Tik Tok

Tik Tok seems to be the greatest internet phenomenon of our day and age, creating memes, quotes, and songs that have infested everyday life. It seems many conversations or jokes begin with “have you seen that one Tik Tok…” (and most of the time, people have seen it). Notably, Tik Tok has shaken up the … Continue reading

2% is 200% Better

I think that most WRA students can agree on one thing: we all look forward to a bowl of Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, or if you’re boring, Raisin Bran, at the end of a long school day. There’s nothing quite like plopping down in the dining hall and digging in to a crunchy yet … Continue reading

Jacksonville Shooting: Two Dead, Ten Injured

On August 26th, a video appeared in news headlines of two young men playing Madden at a competitive gaming tournament. Just a minute into the video, gunshots begin ringing out, and the stream of the game itself stops, though the sound continues. One of the players, Eli “Trueboy” Clayton, dies shortly after. Screams can be … Continue reading

The History of Making America Great Again

If you go to any Trump-related event whatsoever, you will be sure to be greeted by a rolling sea of excruciatingly bright red hats, printed with the infamous slogan “Make America Great Again!”, popularized by Trump during his campaign. MAGA for short, has become a cornerstone of the president’s policy. But what does it really … Continue reading

Pining for Pine Trees: Real is the Way to Go

When you think of the holiday season, what stands out as a staple image? I encourage you to recall the Christmases of the past, the ones with tons of snow (before climate change became a thing) and your parents letting you eat cookies for breakfast, when you would practically fall over your siblings to see … Continue reading

Trump’s Plan Against Planned Parenthood

When Donald Trump became president, it was evident that things were about to get tough for women when it came to reproductive care. His campaign promised to criminalize abortions and his history of indifference towards sexual assault represented his views clearly. However, the situation he is creating is not one only liberal women should be … Continue reading

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