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The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

Ms. Morningstar teaches her Art 1 students. (Zoe MacDiarmid)
Arts Program Welcomes Two New Staff Members
Arielle Levine, News Editor • November 30, 2021

The art wing had two rooms that needed to be filled for the 2021-2022 school year: an art room and the dance studio, Ms. Morningstar and Ms. Tucci made these rooms their own...

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	The team celebrates the 7-5 win against Reservoir. (Photo credit Lauren Jascewsky)
Wilde Lake Varsity Softball Clinches Historical Regional Championship Victory
Greta Giuliano, Lee Lewis, and Blaiz Blackston June 10, 2022

After scoring three runs in the first inning and holding their ground against the undefeated Reservoir High School, Wilde Lake Varsity Softball...

Ezra playing Sims on a Sunday afternoon. He says the reason he plays varies from checking on [his] households or as a form of escapism.
COVID Has Caused a “Rollercoaster” of Mental Health
Zoe MacDiarmid and Arielle Levine June 17, 2022

Before March 13, 2020, then-freshman Ezra Lynch described their life as normal.  Ezra had just finished his second show for Wilde Lake’s theater department. They had a good group of friends. And like everyone else,...

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Ms. Adler with students at a medieval feast event fundraiser in Baltimore where she was the Lady of the Feast. (Photo courtesy of Ms. Adler)
Ms. Adler Retires After 32 Years of Theater Excellence
Zoe MacDiarmid, Editor-in-Chief • June 17, 2022

Ever since Ms. Adler was a young girl, she was in the spotlight.   Since elementary school, her mom had her acting in community shows. By high school, she was doing shows all year. She majored in...

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We Are Not the Lost Generation
We Are Not the Lost Generation
Alayna Rover and Hannah Boyer June 14, 2022
Students playing cards in Ms. Sweitzer’s advisory
Creating a Better Wilde Lake is Up To Us
Greta Giuliano, Staff Editor • June 14, 2022
Spiderman, Riverdale, 10 Things I Hate About You, Euphoria, and 13 Reasons Why (clockwise from top left) are just some examples of teen media. The characters depicted in these shows and movies are vastly different, due in part to the various ways producers choose to portray teenagers. (Graphic by Yasmin Roach)
Media is Harming Teens
Yasmin Roach, Staff Writer • June 10, 2022
The College Dropout: A Retrospective
The College Dropout: A Retrospective
William Kingue, Music Columnist • May 27, 2022
The two images Mr. Shaw displayed at his second testimony.
Teaching Tolerance Is Not Political Indoctrination 
Zoe MacDiarmid, Editor-in-Chief • May 12, 2022
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