• Feature
    WJ Students Not Shy About Skipping Class

    More than half of WJ students said they have skipped a class, with seniors responsible for the highest percentage of unexcused absences of any grade, according to a survey of 190 students conducted by The Pitch Online. 00

  • News
    Senior Class Elections 2010: Meet Your Candidates for Treasurer

    Maddie Kruger is an officer/choreographer in Show Choir. She is a member of Poms and BBYO, a Washington-area Jewish youth group. 00

  • News
    Senior Class Elections 2010: Meet Your Candidates for Secretary

    Mariel Berlin-Fischler is heavily involved in WJ S*T*A*G*E as a crew chief and in the WJ choral department as an enthused singer. She is a member of the National and Spanish Honor Societies, the WJ Film Club and Forensics team. 00

  • News
    Senior Class Elections 2010: Meet Your Candidates for Vice President

    Nicky Fowler lost to SGA candidate Sarah Howie in the fifth grade presidential elections at Wyngate. He runs cross country and track and is secretary of the Young Investors Club. 00

  • Feature
    Skipping Survey Results

    Skipping. Seniors are notorious for it, but all grades do it. The Pitch Online asked 190 students whether or not they skip, and if they do how much, during which classes and why. 00

  • The Inside Pitch
    The Grid: College Recruits Edition

    Ever wonder what college-bound athletes thought of their coach or what their favorite WJ moment was? The Pitch Online talked to a few athletes of the Class of 2010 who, after going through the long recruiting process, are now looking forward to playing sports on their college teams. 00

  • News
    Senior Class Elections 2010: Meet Your Presidential Candidates

    Rising seniors of the class of 2011 will vote for their senior class officers on June 7. The Pitch Online has interviewed the senior class presidential candidates on their goals, what makes them unique in their race and how they are involved at WJ. 00

  • News
    SGA Elections 2010: All SGA Officer Candidates

    Tomorrow, students may vote for separate class officers, but all students will have one ballot in common:...

  • News
    SGA Elections 2010: Meet Your SGA President Candidates

    Tomorrow, students may vote for separate class officers, but all students will have one ballot in common: that of the 2010-2011 SGA officers. 00

  • News
    Meet the Candidates: Junior Class Info

    Junior Class President Brady Clarkson (Interview conducted by Ryan Lynch) 1. -wants to raise money, unite the class and give other students a say 2. -born on St. Patricks Day 3. -“I have more conservative views economically and socially than any other person running and I think that will help us save...

  • 2009-2010 Print Edition
    May 27, 2010 Print Edition

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