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Farewell

Farewell!

It has been a nice run, but I am sorry to say, yours truly is graduating! The Current Uproar has been my pride and joy throughout High School, and I am happy to say it will continue on next year. However, I want to bid farewell as the Editor-in-Chief. Not to say this issue will be somber. We have fun pop culture articles, world events, and life lessons! At the opening of every issue I have always emphasized how The Current Uproar is  a place for all WHS students to freely express themselves. But in all honesty, writing and media is what is the true expression of our selves. The Current Uproar will always be here for those who wish to share their self expression to WHS. I just ask that as the years go by, we all stay true to our selves and our voices. We must listen to and read all that is given to us, but we must keep our sense of self and opinions as well. I ask that we see dangers in language, but also have the ability to take it lightly and humorously at times! I hope all of you continue to read the Current Uproar, share your suggestions, and maybe even become correspondents! Thank you to all our faithful readers for the last few years! And good luck in all your future endeavors!

Signing off,

Neha Jain

Editor-In-Chief

2016-2019

 

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Jennifer Olson

Jennifer Olson

Advisor

Neha Jain

Editor-In-Chief and Webmaster

Club Description

The Woodbury High School Current Uproar! is the student newspaper, with a cast of capable, creative writers that have a passion for what they do. Our paper presents the stories and ideas circulating around our school, community, and our own personal lives. It also doubles as the school's literary magazine, as we accept short stories and poems that are submitted. In addition, outside submissions are always welcome!

Interested in Joining Us?

Do you have a passion for writing?

Do you enjoy taking photographs, attending school events, or current events?

Than the Woodbury High School Current Uproar newspaper might be for you! If you are interested in joining the paper, you can contact our adviser, Ms. Olson, or contact our editor-in-chief, Neha Jain, by email. Or better yet, just come to one of our meetings! We meet Mondy's right after school in the Media Center and we'll introduce you to everything that we do and help you gain a foothold in the club. Print out the application bellow and we'd love to have you!

Woodbury High School Main Website

The school's main website. Our sources for events come from their calender.

nytimes.com

This link provides a basic summary of our student rights which can also be read on the SPLC website. If you are a writer for the Uproar, you MUST read this to gain a basic understanding of your rights as a student journalist!

splc.org

This is the complete, definitive source for knowing your rights as a member of the student press.

Outside Submissions?

If you are not a member of the school newspaper, you can still contribute to our paper! Please send us an email at the link on the right side and attach your article, short story, or poem, and we'll edit it and post it in our latest edition for you. We'd love to include you.

Three Sixty Journalism Program

This is an awesome program that can help writers become better at what they do in this club! If you have the time for it, the Uproar encourages you to sign up!

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