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WJ Loses to Quince Orchard, Wootton, Beats Rival Churchill

Josh Benjamin, Staff Writer

January 31, 2011

Filed under Sports News, Wrestling

WJ wrestling lost to Quince Orchard bya score of 31-36 on Jan. 12. Junior Mario Murillo beat his opponent with a score of 4-3, sophomore Innocent Okocha won a major decision against his opponent  11-2 and junior Elad Covaliu...

Top Five World News Events: Jan. 17 – Jan. 23

Rosie Hammack, Print Feature Editor

January 31, 2011

Filed under News, World News Of The Week

Protesters revolt against government officials in Tunisia.Last Wednesday, protesters swarmed the streets of Tunisia’s capitol, Tunis, demanding that Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannoushi and certain cabinet members resign al...

Career of the Week: Genetic Counselor

Taliah Dommerholt, Online Feature Coeditor

January 25, 2011

Filed under Careers of the Week, Feature

Barbara Biesecker is a genetic counselor and currently directs a graduate program in genetic counseling at the National Institute of Health and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. 1.       Can you describe your career? My pro...

It’s Time for Tea

It’s Time for Tea

January 20, 2011

A College Football Playoff: Not As Easy As It Seems

Parker Smith

January 20, 2011

Filed under Sports News, The Inside Pitch

In the aftermath of the BCS championship game, many sports fans may be left wondering what could have been. They may be questioning why TCU doesn’t get a chance at a championship despite never losing a game. They may be dreaming...

Was Trading Agent Zero a Good Decision For the Wizards?

Daniel Gorelik, Assistant Online Sports Editor

January 18, 2011

Filed under Sports News, The Inside Pitch

Point guard Gilbert Arenas, known as “Agent Zero” to his fans, was traded last month to the Orlando Magic for forward Rashard Lewis. The top player for the Wizards and the team’s lead scorer for the first 24 games of the...

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