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Joshua Torres

Joshua Torres, Hills Happenings Editor

Joshua Torres, Hills Happenings editor for The Streak, is a junior at Warren Hills Regional High School and is excited to continue writing for The Streak during the 2023-2024 school year. Writing has always captivated him, hence his interest and determination towards journalism. While being born in Hackettstown, Torres has lived in Mansfield for a large portion of his life, living with his parents; two sisters, Emily and Sara, who are respectively 28 and 25 years old; and brother Joseph, who is 18 years old. Outside of school, you can find him consumed in literature, tending to his many pets, listening to music, binge watching TV, spending time with friends and family, or working. He has five cats, named Simba, Poe, Blackie, Pickle Juice and Jamison, as well as one dog named Boomer. During the upcoming spring or summer break, Torres plans to venture throughout Europe. After graduating from high school, Torres hopes to stay on the East Coast for college to either pursue a career in English studies or marine and conservation biology. This is due to his passion for writing, reading and teaching, as well as his love for animals, specifically marine life, and wanting to preserve and learn about their habitats and ecosystems.

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New WHRHS English Teacher Janine Horber is an automobile and photography enthusiast. (Photo courtesy of Janine Horber)

Teacher Feature: Janine Horber

Joshua Torres, Hills Happenings Editor
January 12, 2024
Senior Bailey Asbury reads The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, a dystopian novel that is part of the popular Hunger Games series. The novel by Suzanne Collins was recently released as a movie. (Photo by Joshua Torres)

Fans Are Hungry for New Hunger Games Prequel

Joshua Torres, Hills Happenings Editor
January 11, 2024
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Textbooks Going Digital?

Joshua Torres, Staff Reporter
June 15, 2023
The high school library was busy Dec. 6 as the Key Club ran a blood-donation drive. (Photo by Priscilla Lucci)

Key Club Hosts Blood Drive

Joshua Torres, Staff Reporter
January 3, 2023
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