The Pitch

Senior Summer

May 28, 2014

Supreme Court Rules on Campaign Financing

Tenni Idler

May 27, 2014

Filed under News

Washington, D.C. – On Wed., April 2, the Supreme Court  made a landmark ruling in the case McCutcheon vs. Federal Election Commission. In a 5-4 decision in favor of Alabama businessman, Shaun McCutcheon, the Supreme Court and...

Online Editor’s Sign-Off: Here’s to the Future

Megan Chun, Online Editor-in-Chief

May 20, 2014

Filed under Opinion, The Bullpen

I was surfing the internet, trying to find new ways to perpetuate my terrible senioritis, when I stumbled across a PBS documentary called “180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School.” PBS typically isn't my go-to network...

Helping Hands Club Brings Human Trafficking Awareness to WJ

Zoey Becker, Staff Writer

May 13, 2014

Filed under Feature

To most people, ‘human trafficking’ probably is not a familiar term. Human trafficking, or modern-day slavery, is the practice of selling off girls as young as 5 to be sexually exploited for money. According to,...

Simple and Easy Gift Ideas: Mother’s Day

Amanda Gross & Marissa Nardella, Online Feature Editors

May 9, 2014

Filed under Feature

Every year, many struggle to find the perfect gift for the woman who does it all: Mom. With Mother’s Day fast approaching, many are in search of the perfect last minute gift. Luckily, The Pitch Online is here to help out, wit...

Students Call for Delays in School Start Times

Kevin O'Leary, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014

Filed under Feature

Many high school students feel that the 7:25 a.m. first bell rings far too early. Many students are seen sleepwalking through the halls, struggling to just take that one extra stride up the steps to English class. Although extracurricular...

Extracurricular Activities Help Students With Their Academics

Gideon Epstein, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014

Filed under Feature

At the start of each new sports season, many students choose to get involved in extracurricular activities. With these extracurricular commitments taking up much of students’ time, many assume that some students will find...

The Class of 2013: Where They are Now

Lia Sorgen, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014

Filed under Feature

With college acceptances coming in left and right, many students may be wondering what has become of last year’s seniors, what life choices they've made and where they are today. Drew Eco, a freshman at Montgomery College...

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