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  • Modern-day Feminists Celebrate Women’s History Month

    Modern-day Feminists Celebrate Women’s History Month

    Amanda Gross , Online Feature Editor

    April 1, 2014

    Many people are unaware of the fact that, since 1955, March has been designated as National Women’s History Month, which celebrates the accomplishments of women in the past, as well as women today. According to womenshistory.gov,... READ MORE »»

    Senior Sarah Pratt fools around with Feminism Club advisor Joanne Reynolds during a meeting.

    Photo by Amanda Gross

  • Abortion Protest Sparks Controversy

    Abortion Protest Sparks Controversy

    Emily Cosentino and Claudia Nguyen, Print Editors-in-Chief

    March 22, 2014

    Students walking to Georgetown Square during lunch on Thursday, March 20, were met with graphic anti-abortion posters set up by two volunteers from the Center... READ MORE »»

    Darnel speaks to students who approached the protest.

    Emily Cosentino

  • BSU Organizes African American Heritage Assembly

    BSU Organizes African American Heritage Assembly

    Marissa Nardella , Online Feature Editor

    March 11, 2014

    On Thursday, Feb. 27, the African American Heritage Assembly took place in the WJ auditorium during a double-third period. Organized by the Black Student Union (BSU), the assembly featured performances by the WJ Jazz and Pop Fly ensembles, the Step Team, and featured sections entitled “Evolution... READ MORE »»

    Juniors Darien Djoiurabthi and Evan Boone and freshman Celeste Rubino perform "No Music" by Mali Music in the African American Heritage Assembly.

    Photo by Sarah Schecker

  • Pompons Win County Competition

    Pompons Win County Competition

    Marissa Nardella, Online Feature Editor

    February 25, 2014

    On Feb. 1, WJ’s pompon team won first place overall and the first place captain’s award in the Division III County Competition, where schools from all around the county competed at Richard Montgomery High School. "Winning [the competition] was very exciting. All [of] our hard work since summer... READ MORE »»

    The WJ Poms team perform at the County Competition on Feb. 1.

    Photo by Marissa Nardella

  • Model UN Club attends Johns Hopkins Conference

    Model UN Club attends Johns Hopkins Conference

    Marissa Nardella, Online Feature Editor

    February 24, 2014

    Each February, the Johns Hopkins University Model United Nations Conference (JHUMUNC) takes place in Baltimore. Model United Nations (Model UN) students attend from all around the country, and some even from international schools. According to teacher, SGA advisor and Model UN Club sponsor Rainer Kulenkampff,... READ MORE »»

    WJ's Model United Nations Club's delegation to the Johns Hopkins University Model United Nations Conference in Baltimore, MD, poses for a group shot.

    Photo Courtesy of Rainer Kulenkampff

News

Pennies for Patients: Short of the Goal, but Proud of the Impact

Elizabeth Winter, Online News Editor

After a long month and a half of fundraising efforts, WJ's Pennies for Patients campaign is at an end. The final total amount raised to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma...  Read More »

April 20, 2014

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Feature

Modern-day Feminists Celebrate Women’s History Month

Modern-day Feminists Celebrate Women’s History Month

Amanda Gross , Online Feature Editor

Many people are unaware of the fact that, since 1955, March has been designated as National Women’s History Month, which celebrates the accomplishments...  Read More »

April 1, 2014

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Editorial

“Game of Thrones” Returns for Season Four

Anders Norberg, Online Editorial Editor

After almost an entire year, the crtically-acclaimed series "Game of Thrones" returns to HBO for its fourth season. The show is based off of the book series "A Song of Ice...  Read More »

April 20, 2014

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Sports News

Keller Wins Girls’ 1600m

Keller Wins Girls’ 1600m

Sabrina Greene, Online Sports Co-Editor

WJ is now the home of an indoor track state champion. Junior Kiernan Keller placed first in the Girls' 1600m at the State Championships at the PG Sportsplex on Feb. 18....  Read More »

February 26, 2014

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The Inside Pitch

Will NHL Players Participate in 2018 Olympics?

Sabrina Greene, Online Sports Co-Editor

Alex Ovechkin was unable to walk with Team Russia in the opening ceremonies of the Olympics on Friday night, Feb. 7. He was not in Sochi, but rather here in D.C., playing...  Read More »

February 11, 2014

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Arts & Entertainment

WJ S*T*A*G*E’s Aida To Open April 25

Megan Chun, Online Editor-in-Chief

On April 25, WJ S*T*A*G*E will open its spring musical and final show of the 2013-2014 school year, Elton John's "Aida...  Read More »

April 10, 2014

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Arts & Entertainment