UPDATE to “Student Member of the Board Election Quickly Approaching” – March 25, 2010 – Print Edition (Original Article Below) 00
Round One has concluded, the top three seeds in the East are eliminated, so what’s the next surprise? After getting the entire Western Conference correct, let’s see how we fare this time around. 00
Auditions. Callbacks. Crew meetings. Director meetings. Rehearsals. Choreographing. Sitzprobes. Tech Weekend. The infamous “Hell Week.” On the opening night of WJ S*T*A*G*E’s The Wiz, these albeit vital aspects of the preparation process for the spring musical were far from the minds of most audience members. “When you watch a show, it’s only three...
Ah, dear reader, what could be better than knowing where you are going to college in November of your senior year? Being done with college apps, not having to worry about anything but keeping an average grade point average and staying academically eligible for sports? 00
The Full Symphony Orchestra received four superior ratings at the Maryland All State Orchestra Festival on April 27 at Morgan State University. The Orchestra performed Grade V/VI music, which is considered advanced college and professional level repertoire, receiving near pefect scores in every category. Violin ILaura Epstein, Senior Tingrui Zhao,...
WJ sophomore Jaynie Chartrand was selected as a finalist in the fifth annual Lucerne “The Art of Dairy” contest, sponsored by Safeway, Inc. More than 9,000 students from across the United States participated and only 30 finalists were chosen. The contest involved painting an 8’x5′ cow sculpture using the theme of Taste...
As always, the NFL draft was filled with the assumed, the abrupt and the amazing. After sorting through all 255 picks, it has become was clear which teams came out on top and which teams lagged behind. 00
After losing star gymnast Jenny Roche to graduation last year, the gymnastics team has still maintained a good competitive edge in their first four meets. The team secured their first win on April 20 against Springbrook, and placed second in their first three meets. 00
Students discuss their favorite substitute teachers at WJ. 00
Students talk about what they look for in a college and if they have any schools in mind. 00
Sports Editor Jeremy Smith, Editorial Editor Ian Green and Staff Writer Daniel Fanaroff discuss the 2010 NFL Draft in this “Round One Recap.” Produced, filmed and edited by Managing Multimedia Editor Julia Haymore 00
Looking at colleges is a strange experience. You walk around, look at the campus and listen to some dude jabber on about why this college is the greatest thing since sliced bread. 00