WA Marching Band heads to MICCA finals -

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Empowering Students in new class -

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Slideshow: Halloween and PJ Day -

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

WA Field Hockey falls on Senior Night -

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Homecoming Tailgate: Preview -

Monday, October 20, 2014

WA Boys Soccer beats AB -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Feehrer and Richards make an impact -

Monday, October 20, 2014

Varsity boys’ soccer shuts out Bedford -

Friday, October 17, 2014

Girls’ volleyball defeated by Bedford -

Thursday, October 16, 2014

WA Cheer has high hopes -

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Ralls is back in the halls -

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The DDMs: What are they? -

Friday, October 10, 2014

Volleyball wallops Waltham 3-0 -

Friday, October 10, 2014

Elections warrant student respect -

Thursday, October 9, 2014

WA Compliments makes a comeback -

Monday, October 6, 2014

Boys’ Soccer takes down Waltham -

Monday, October 6, 2014

Curley Keeps Traffic Moving -

Friday, October 3, 2014

Rival AB upsets WA -

Monday, September 29, 2014

Spaniards and their hosts exchange experiences -

Friday, September 26, 2014

NHS leadership takes a change of pace -

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Sports Picks of the Week 5/10-5/17

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both WA and national sports have some great games to watch. Here are my picks of the week. National – NHL Playoffs. In the last few weeks, I have cited the NBA playoffs as my pick of the week, but since I already made my NBA picks, I decided to feature the NHL’s conference finals. With the Eastern conference final already set, I look out west to see a series that needs to close out. The Canucks took care of Nashville, and even though the Detroit Red Wings have the ability to come…

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Sports Picks of the Week 5/3-5/10

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have some great games to watch. Here are my picks of the week. National – NBA Playoffs, Second Round. The second round tips off this week for the NBA playoffs, and there are some great matchups to see. Out West, my favorite, the Oklahoma City Thunder face the upstart Grizzlies, and in the other matchup, the perennial favorite Lakers take on Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavs. In the East, there are two huge matchups. First there is the top seeded Bulls taking on the Atlanta Hawks. However, the…

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Sports Picks of the Week 4/26-5/3

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA have great games to watch. Here are my picks of the week. National – NBA Playoffs. The playoffs roll on for the NBA as the first round matchups should finish up this week. The C’s looked impressive in their sweep of the Knicks, looking especially strong in their two road games. Even though the Heat stumbled to fall to 3-1 in the series, I expect them to move on past the Pacers. To close out who I have through to the next round, I would take the Bulls, Hawks,…

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Sports Picks of the Week 4/12-4/19

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have some great games to see. Here are my picks of the week. National – NBA Playoffs. It is that time of year again, the NBA playoffs will be tipping off on Saturday the 16th, and most likely staying around until late May at least. Sixteen teams have already clinched their spots, and they will be put in a bracket to compete in series to crown a champion. The East looks to be filled with great matchups, as Chicago, Boston and Miami all have teams worthy of a…

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Sports Picks of the Week 4/5-4/12

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have some great games to see. Here are my picks of the week. National – NBA Playoff Race. While this is not an individual game to watch, sports fans should surely be viewing many different NBA games this week, as teams have only a few games left in which to either prove their playoff worth, or increase their seeding. Of course, the Celtics have quite a bit to play for. Despite holding a solid lead over Miami for most of the season, the Heat have snuck up behind…

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Sports Picks of the Week 3/29-4/5

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have some great games to see. Here are my picks of the week. National – The Final Four. The decision for what to pick as the national games to watch was tough this week, with Opening Day baseball competing with the Final Four. However, the Final Four represents the culmination of one of the best tournaments in the world, and I had to side with NCAA basketball. It has been one hectic tourney with upsets galore. Some readers may remember me picking the Ohio State Buckeyes to win…

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Sports Picks of the Week 3/15-3/22

Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, there will be no major WA sports as we are in between seasons, so I will focus on national sports since it’s time for March Madness. National – March Madness. This week, starting on Thursday and continuing for two straight weeks is the college basketball yearly tournament, march madness. This year, the field expanded from 65 to 68 teams to allow for four more play-in games to enter the final field of 64 teams. The four teams that pulled down the top seeds in their region this year were Ohio State, Kansas, Duke, and…

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Sports Picks of the Week 3/1-3/8

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have important games to watch. Here are my picks to see for this week. National – NCAA Basketball. With conference tournaments on the horizon and the craziness of March Madness that follows, my pick to watch this week is the weekend in college basketball. Saturday has a few great games that between ranked teams looking to prepare for their conference tourneys while also lobbying for higher seeds for the Big Dance. The biggest game of the weekend will be when the Tobacco Road rivalry continues when Duke heads…

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Sports Picks of the Week 2/15-2/22

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor National – Red Sox Spring Training. While this may not be a game to watch, fans should start to get excited for baseball season. Spring training should be interesting to watch to see how Crawford and Gonzalez look in these pre-season warm-ups. The team must begin to mesh early in order to have good chemistry that has become expected from Sox fans ever since the 2004 World Series. Another interesting thing to watch will be the health of Josh Beckett, as well as the entire pitching staff. The Sox have a solid rotation with Lester,…

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Sports Picks of the Week 2/8-2/15

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have important games to watch. Here are my picks to see for this week. National – NBA Marquee Matchups. This week, the NBA has some great matchups involving some of the best teams in the league. The hometown Boston Celtics have two big games this week, the first of which will come against the rival Lakers. The Celtics-Lakers rivalry is one of the greatest in all of sports, and the next chapter will be written Thursday night when the C’s host the Lakers. The Lakers have been uncharacteristically…

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Sports Picks of the Week 2/1-2/8

Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have important games to watch. Here are my picks to see for this week. National – Super Bowl XLV. This week, the choice for my national game to watch was pretty clear cut. For those who did not know, the year’s biggest sports holiday is this Sunday, February 6th. This year, the Pittsburgh Steelers look to win their 3rd championship in the last 6 years when they square off against the Green Bay Packers, who last reached the super bowl in 1998, where they lost to the Denver Broncos….

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Sports Picks of the Week 1/25-2/1

By Sameer Kini Sports Editor This week, both national and WA sports have important games to watch. Here are my picks to see for this week. (Inter)National – Austalian Open. This week for my “national” pick I decided to go international instead, as the finals of the tennis season’s first major will be this weekend. So far the tournament has been a good one, with many new young players emerging, especially on the men’s side. However, the major storyline coming into to the tournament was Rafael Nadal’s attempt to achieve what is being called the “Rafa Slam.” If Nadal is…

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