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Abijah goes in detail about the secrets of getting superpowers in real life!

Abijah’s hot takes: How to get superpowers in real life

Abijah Hines , Associate Editor September 28, 2023

Welcome to Abijah's Hot Takes where I go into detail about my 100% accurate opinions. Today I'll be educating you on how to get superpowers. Have you ever thought about having powers? Of course you...

MCPS implements free breakfast and lunch at WMHS, no more hungry kids.

Being fed in school is a right not a privilege continued

Abijah Hines , Associate Editor September 15, 2023

Being fed in school is a right, not a privilege. This is the standard that The Current has been advocating for. Following my first article, I can proudly say that we are starting to achieve this. Thanks...

Huswat tells us more about her perfect opinions and her favourite book traits!

Things I love in books

Huswat Olajide, Editor- In- Chief September 20, 2023

Books, books, and more books! Hello again, If you can’t tell by now I loveeeeeeee reading books and I’m back again with my amazing opinions that are in no order and are 100 percent correct. I’ve...

Tejan talks about the outcomes of not contributing and supporting Watkins Mill sport teams.

Support Wolverine sports or suffer dreaded ‘Hate Plague Disorder’

Tejan Bah , Opinion Editor September 12, 2023

It's fair to say that a lot of MCPS hates on our sports team a little too much…  For the benefit of their safety, YES SAFETY! I suggest they hop down from the hate bandwagon or they'll suffer from...

Huswat gives her tips for this years freshman at Watkins Mill High School.

Freshman do’s and don’ts

Huswat Olajide, Editor-in-Chief September 7, 2023

Not breaking tradition, staff might have changed, but this won’t. The writers of The Current are back with the yearly “Freshman do’s and don'ts.”  PS: This doesn’t only apply to freshmen....

Senior Ashley Huynh reflects on her past four years and shares her gratitude.  She will attend Cornell University in the fall as Jack Kent Cooke College Scholar.

Senior Reflection: Ashley Huynh

Ashley Huynh, Editor-in-Chief June 16, 2023

When I took my first journalism class with Mrs. Confino, she inspired me to go to jail. Why?  We were talking about sources in journalism, which naturally then led to a conversation about what happens...

Senior Julien Payen reflects on his experiences in high school.

Senior Reflection: Julien Payen

Julien Payen, Editor-in-Chief June 15, 2023

I've been putting off writing this reflection since Mrs. Confino told me to start it three weeks ago (oops), but I couldn't leave without putting you guys through one more article. We've gone through...

The Class of 2023 officially graduate Watkins Mill High School on June 12, 2023.

Photo Feature: Class of 2023 Graduation

Huswat Olajide and Obehi Eromosele June 14, 2023

The Watkins Mill High School Class of 2023 graduation kicked off at the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Constitution Hall in Washington D.C. on June 12 at 2:30 pm. The ceremony commenced...

Senior Sanjay Fernando shares a thoughtful reflection of his high school career.  He will attend Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to study visual effects after graduation.

Senior Reflection: Sanjay Fernando

Sanjay Fernando, Graphic Design Director June 9, 2023

It’s over? Damn, it’s already over. I remember I used to sit in class in ninth grade thinking about how I couldn’t wait to get out of here, hell, I wasn’t supposed to be here to begin with. Living...

Need some fresh tunes to kick off the summer that is right around the corner?  Sophomore Helena Tran has some for you!

Helena’s fresh song recommendations to listen to during summer

Helena Tran, Staff Writer June 12, 2023

Enjoy listening to music and waiting for summer to come? Well, I got you covered! Here are six songs you can listen to whenever during the summer! It's your season and time to shine! Spicy - AESPA Now,...

The end has come.  Your phone has been taken. Here are some things you should do in the meantime!

What to do when your parents take away your phone

Obehi Eromosele, News Managing Editor June 13, 2023

As a person who gets their phone taken away at least every other day—whether or not it's even my fault—here are a few things to do instead when that happens! Call your bestie on your computer...

Senior Abijah Hines share his reasons on why we should keep Facebook away.

Why we should absolutely obliterate Facebook

Abijah Hines , Staff Writer June 8, 2023

Facebook was created almost 20 years ago and is still going strong. That's a problem. Now let me explain why. First things first, Facebook is killing the social media industry: All the older generation...

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