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The Fourth Year

James Steigerwald, Writer June 17, 2022

At the time of writing this, I have around one week of high school left. It’s a weird feeling that I’m just now starting to process. The amount of growth I experienced over these four years was astounding....

The Year 2022

Faith Tyburski, Editor June 17, 2022

When we were in elementary school, we were told a crazy number. A number that seemed crazy and forever away. Our teachers and parents told us that the number wasn't just some crazy and random number. They...

A Reflection on my Walt Whitman High School Experience

Abigail Tavera, Editor June 17, 2022

With only a month left of school, I can’t help but stop and reflect on my time here. I’m a senior and will be graduating and attending Stony Brook University in the fall. Although, it feels like just...

Goodbye Whitman—A Letter from Paw Print’s Editor-in-Chief

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief June 17, 2022

My four years at Walt Whitman High School have certainly been a wild ride. Yet, it’s time for me to say goodbye as I will be shortly graduating this year as a part of the class of 2022. It’s crazy...

YouTubes Dislike Button is now gone.

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Youtube’s Removal of Dislikes Makes Zero Sense

James Steigerwald, Writer March 13, 2022

In November of 2021, YouTube announced they will make the decision to remove the dislike count off of their platform. While the dislike button itself will remain, viewers won’t be able to see the number...

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Spider-Man: No Way Home—A Perfect Tale of Peter

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2022

Since 2020, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s influence has certainly dwindled, but not even COVID-19 could undermine the absolute worldwide hype of a new Spider-Man movie. When Spider-Man: No Way Home...

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Faith Tyburski, Editor June 15, 2021

This time last year, we were all hoping that by next year everything would be back to normal. But here we are a year later. While it is better than where we were a year ago, it is nowhere near where we...

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Students’ Perspective in Online School: How COVID-19 Affects Students and Their Decisions

Elena Gomez, Writer February 12, 2021

There are more students who take online classes than the students who are going to school, a big percentage of students have the same reasons. 2020 was a different year for everyone, but students, in particular,...

High School Anxiety

Faith Tyburski, Editor June 5, 2020

Everyone struggles in highschool and faces anxieties.  Almost everyone experiences anxiety that is not necessarily always extreme, but can still be troubling. In fact, anxiety can be quite common in...

Try to think of the Good!

Faith Tyburski, Editor June 5, 2020

Seven AM. The same time as the day before. They say to keep a schedule, so I do, as best I can. It feels like Groundhog Day, the same as yesterday: brush my teeth, have breakfast, do school work. Maybe...

Isabelle and Doomguy: The friendship that should not have been. 

Sebastian Rosa June 5, 2020

As we approach week 726 of quarantine on our little island in the Atlantic, it feels like we should look back and reflect on how our self-imposed isolation has affected us and the greater world. Many unfortunate...

Are New Year’s Resolutions Even a Big Trend Nowadays?

Are New Year’s Resolutions Even a Big Trend Nowadays?

Ashar Farooq, Managing Editor January 31, 2018

New Year’s 2018 has come and gone, and the air is filled with hope — specifically the hopes of those who wish to finally achieve their long-standing goals of improving themselves, to shed those last...

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