• Sports News
    Washington Nationals Splash Onto the Big Stage

    The last time a Washington area baseball team appeared in the playoffs was 1933. The  loyal fans of D.C....

  • News
    Did you receive your weekly H.U.G? Sept. 16-22

    Home- On Sep. 18, a storm, though not as severe as the storm earlier this summer, hit Montgomery and Prince George’s counties. The severe weather ended in the early afternoon but flash flood and tornado warnings were issued. The tornado warnings were cancelled before 3:35 p.m. after the severe weather died down but the flash flood warnings...

  • Sports News
    Fall Sports Power Rankings

    The WJ fall sports teams have gotten off to a great start. Here are the rankings of...

  • News
    Did you receive your weekly H.U.G? Sept. 9-15

    Home- On Tues., Sept. 11., The Montgomery County Council voted unanimously to make coal tar illegal because it was recognized to contaminate soil, homes and lakes. Coal tar is a substance used to seal asphalt surfaces such as driveways and it was found to runoff after application of the substance. The fine for this offence, using...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    Fall Trend Alert: Vera Bradley Bags

    While walking the halls of WJ, one may find many girls carrying bags with swirls of different...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    The Death of a Legend: Michael Clarke Duncan

    On Sept. 3, actor Michael Clarke Duncan was pronounced dead after being hospitalized for one month and...

  • Opinion
    Opinion Blast: The Atrocity of the NFL Replacement Refs

    Arguably the hottest topic in the NFL this year doesn’t involve the players, but is instead about the league’s refs. Ever since the regular NFL refs were locked out due to a labor dispute, players and fans have had to deal with replacement refs that largely come from the college ranks. These new referees have been officiating since...

  • Feature
    WJ S*T*A*G*E Begins the School Year with a Dose of Humor in “Noises Off”

    Following the debuts of The Diary of Anne Frank and Les Miserables last year, both theatric works with heavy undertones, WJ S*T*A*G*E is determined to lighten the mood with the comedy Noises Off this fall. Auditions took place during the second week of school, and saw close to 60 students come to try out for nine...

  • Arts & Entertainment
    Video of the Week: Jenna Marbles– “Things Girls Lie About”

    This video is the most hilarious Jenna Marbles, formally known as Jenna Mourey, video, capturing a girl’s typical behavior and how she has a tendency to play up her best (and worst) features. The video highlights lies, specifically lying about age, height, education, beauty, diets, friends, enemies, money, abilities and fashion. Mourey relates herself to...

  • Sports News
    Outlook on the First Week of the NFL

    After the much anticipated start of the NFL season has come and gone, I will take this time...

  • Ask Ali
    Message Megan: The Perfect Balance

    Following the success of Ali Jawetz’s advice column “Ask Ali,” current Online Editor-in-Chief Megan Chun will also serve to tackle your life problems. Please email inquiries or suggestions to [email protected] Please specify in the title that your submission is for “Message Megan.” Also, be aware that your question may also be printed...

  • News
    Did you receive your weekly H.U.G? Sept. 2-8

    This weekly update will cover events that take place near or at home (the “H”), events in the United...

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