A day in the life of a senior at W-H holds a number of ups and downs. During the course of the day, you may find seniors doing a variety of things, from studying diligently in the classroom, to bumming piggy back rides from teachers. As the seniors start arriving at school, if they’re smiling, you better watch out) and if they’re frowning, they’ve been cramming till 3 A.M., so stay out of their way. Seniors sometimes take their frustrations out on those lowliest creatures: underclassmen. Usually when you’re walking down the halls, you will come upon some senior who has just had it, and has decided to 'cool out.’ On a typical day, you can also find a group of seniors devouring the remarkable cuisine served the the 'Guess Your Best Food Service.’ One can always tell when it is the end of the school day because the seniors, always eager to set examples for the rest of the school, are at their lockers at 2:45, and spend the final fifteen minutes fitting their books and their bodies into their cars, impatiently awaiting the liberating bell which tells them they’ve made it through another fun-filled day.