The Patriot Press

Arianna Chen
Senior Arianna, a self-proclaimed pineapple-on-pizza advocate and Disney film connoisseur, has been on the Patriot Press staff for 4 years. While not acting as editor-in-chief of The Patriot Press, she is most likely frantically running around the halls of Wayne Hills with flyers for the American Red Cross, marching flute on the football turf, or "unfortunately unable to take your call right now; please leave message after the beep." She hopes to pursue political science and english in her future studies.

Arianna Chen, Senior Editor

May 03, 2018
World Blood Donor Day – Red Cross Council Sells Shirts for Humanity (Story)
Mar 11, 2018
WHHS Students Plan to Take Action in “ENOUGH: National School Walkout” (Story)
Mar 07, 2018
Lantern Magazine Releases Its First Annual Volume: Poetry, Photos, and Stories (Story)
Feb 28, 2018
School Shooting Threats Spike Post Parkland Tragedy (Story)
Jan 02, 2018
Female Trailblazers of 2017: Recognition of Innovation (Story)
Dec 12, 2017
ISIS-Inspired Man Detonates Bomb in Port Authority (Story)
Oct 09, 2017
On Kneeling During the National Anthem (Story)
Oct 01, 2017
America: A Nation of Freedom or Censorship? (Story)
Apr 23, 2017
Horrifying United Airlines Assault (Story)
Apr 04, 2017
Anniversary of MLK’s Beyond Vietnam Speech (Story)
Mar 06, 2017
Big Brother is Watching (Story)
Feb 04, 2017
Controversial Donald Trump News Covers Released (Story)
Jan 03, 2017
On Tomi Lahren’s Crusade Against The Truth (Story)
Nov 29, 2016
People Over Pipelines? (Story)
Oct 29, 2016
An Open Letter to Jesse Watters from the Asian Community (Story)
Oct 23, 2016
Are Newspapers on the Way Out? (Story)
Oct 04, 2016
Why Miss Michigan of 2016 Matters (Story)
Sep 06, 2016
France Bans the Burkini: Is it Prejudiced? (Story)
Jun 11, 2016
What Christina Grimmie’s Death Means (Story)
Apr 18, 2016
WHHS PARCC Testing (Story)
Apr 11, 2016
Transforming Rain into Electricity (Story)
Mar 21, 2016
Mother Teresa Made A Saint (Story)
Mar 14, 2016
What Should Siri Say When Prompted With Mental Illness? (Story)
Feb 22, 2016
Why I Am (And Always Will Be) In “Formation” (Story)
Jan 25, 2016
Phoenix Teens Spell the N-Word on Their Shirts (Story)
Jan 14, 2016
Winter Guard’s Swing Time at the Canteen (Story)
Dec 15, 2015
Should Public Schools Ban Religious Norms? (Story)
Dec 08, 2015
Students vs. AP Courses (Story)
Nov 17, 2015
What’s Wrong With “Real Beauty” Today (Story)
Oct 14, 2015
Shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon (Story)
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