• Arts & Entertainment
    Spring Break 2013: How To Spend It

    Starting March 23, the week that everyone’s been waiting for will finally arrive. Whether you’re a stuck-at-home freshman, carefree sophomore, stressed junior or nostalgic senior, everybody needs a time to relax once in a while.   Part 1: Stay-cations During the break, some students spend their much-earned time relaxing outside of Maryland, and, after...

  • Sports News
    Spring Sports Preview

    As spring comes upon us, sports teams begin their quest to be the best they can possibly be. Here are bios on each team and their upcoming season: Baseball- The baseball team had a disappointing end to last season; after an outstanding regular season they were upset in the first round of...

  • News
    Ohio High School Rape Affects People Everywhere

    During a night of partying, drinking and other teenage antics, two boys, Ma’lik Richmond, 16, and Trent...

  • Feature
    Student Standouts: Meghan Donaldson and Hannah Claire Allgood

    Hundreds of students participate in dozens of available extracurricular activities at WJ, but outside of school, many students pursue unique interests unbeknownst to the majority of their peers. In particular, two students, junior Meghan Donaldson and sophomore Hannah Claire Allgood, both dedicate a good portion of their time to their special extracurricular...

  • Feature
    Club Profile: It’s Academic

     It’s Academic is a club at WJ that participates in game shows. Club members meet three times...

  • News
    Did you receive your Weekly H.U.G? March 17-23

    Home- On Fri., March 22, the third marking period for the 2012-2013 school year ended, just as many students rejoiced at the start of spring break. The marking period ended Friday but students were given an extra day off due to the teachers’ professional day on April 2. This year students are going on teacher run trips,...

  • Feature
    Madrigals Advance to Maryland All-State Music Festival

    On Wed., March 20, the WJ Madrigals received straight 1’s, which is the highest score possible, for their...

  • News
    Did you receive your Weekly H.U.G? March 10-16

    Home- From Mar. 11-15, WJ held its spring spirit week leading up to the spring pep rally on...

  • Feature
    Club Profile: Mock Trial

    Movies and shows often glamorize the courtroom, but after joining Mock Trial last year senior Adam Zeitlin has learned...

  • Feature
    Club Profile: Jewish Culture Club

    The Jewish Culture Club works to promote Jewish culture and reinforce its timeless traditions. The club also...

  • News
    Quick Hits from the Feb. 27 MCPS Student Town Hall Meeting

    On Wed. Feb.27, MCPS Superintendent Dr. Joshua Starr came to WJ to a student town hall meeting hosted by Student Member of the Board (SMOB) John Mannes. They took questions from the audience, Twitter and emails and even posed a few questions of their own to the audience. Here are some of the...

  • News
    Ban on Women in Combat Lifted

    On Wed., Jan. 24, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta announced plans to allow women in combat positions, opening...

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