TWHS NEWS

Tomsena Hawa N’doinjeh

Tomsena Hawa N’doinjeh

September 19, 2016

Captain America: Civil War

Tommy Parish, Jason Hamzee, and Eshaan Kumar

May 25, 2016

Filed under Culture, Uncategorized

If you are looking for a movie full of action and comedy, "Captain America: Civil War" is the movie for you. Although Marvel and its cinematic universe are known for using previous films as support, "Civil War" is a strong stan...

Living with Addiction

Strong Daughter, Writer

May 24, 2016

Filed under Culture, Feature

Research has shown that the type of emotional support that a child receives during the first three and a half years has an effect on a child’s education, social life and romantic relationships even 20 or 30 years later. Babi...

Make-up Your Mind

Make-up Your Mind

Claire Densmore, Writer

May 24, 2016

Filed under Culture, Feature

Mentors

Sydnee Fowlkes, Writer

May 23, 2016

Filed under Culture

The school provides all freshmen with formal mentors to ensure the transition from middle school to high school is comfortable.  Underclassmen can also find informal mentors in upperclassmen who are involved in the same extra-...

Mental Health Awareness

Gia Napoleon, Writer

May 23, 2016

Filed under Culture, News

One out of five people living in the US struggle with a mental health disorder.  To increase awareness of this statistic and highlight the ways that the US has been helping people with mental disorders, President Barack Obama...

Jeans for Teens

Julia Molnar, Writer

May 22, 2016

Filed under Culture, News

What costs no money, helps others and looks good on college applications? You guessed it - volunteer work.  Community service allows high school students  to develop skills that may not be attainable in a classroom setting while al...

Career Mentorship

Lark Rutter, Writer

May 20, 2016

Filed under Culture

Do you want to learn the skills necessary to succeed in the adult workforce?  If you’re an upcoming senior looking for a great class to take during one of the last semesters of your high school career, then Career Mentorship,...

High School Athletes

Brie Wright, Writer

May 20, 2016

Filed under Culture, Sports

Over 1.35 million student athletes are injured badly enough  that they must go to a hospital. The most common injuries are to the head, face, fingers, knees and ankles. Occasional bumps and bruises are expected when students play ...