• Club Profile: Best Buddies

    It would be hard to face all the challenges of high school alone. Thankfully there are many...

  • WJ’s Fantasy Sports Story

    March and April have come and gone, meaning  all WJ sports teams are near the end of their seasons. Although...

  • Wildcats on the Water: WJ Establishes Sailing Club

    Though most clubs at WJ were founded by students, the WJ Sailing Club, which also serves as...

  • Greek and Latin Club Profile

    There have been many new clubs created in the past year at WJ: Sailing Club, the Rubik’s...

  • WJ’s Rival Mock Trial Teams Compete

    UPDATE: The annual Miller vs. Schwartz trial took place on Tues. Feb. 21 at the Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse. Miller’s team prevailed by three points, giving Miller’s Mock Trial team a record of 2-2 for this season. They may be selected for the playoffs through a lottery system, though not all teams...

  • Rubik’s Cubing: A Six-Sided Affair

    The brightly-colored cube enjoyed across the globe has begun its descent on the WJ population. The Rubik’s...

  • The Office Comes to WJ

    Every Monday at lunch, the members of the Office club gather in room G22 to catch a...

  • Debate Captains Take Backseat for Underclassmen

    With the first quarter of school over, the WJ Debate team has set its sights on the start of this year’s competition. Led by senior captains Leah Kraft, Catherine Liu and Omar Agha, the team looks forward to a great season. The captains are especially strong this year, after Liu finished last...

  • Behind the Shutters of Photo Club

    “There has always been a Photo Club, but not anything like it is today,” said Kimberly Venesky,...

  • Food, Friends and the Philippines

    As the year heats up, clubs are in full swing during the school week. Among them is...

  • The Timeless Focus of the Horology Society

    With the ubiquity of cell phones, iPods and other electronics that all contain clocks, it seems that teenagers who wear watches are becoming increasingly difficult to find. But for members of WJ’s Horology Society, created last November, this generalization does not hold true. Horology, which is the art and science of making clocks...

  • The Secret Life of Gingers

    The cry, “We have souls!” echoes from the mouths of proud redheaded students in room 116. It is the final line of the Ginger Club’s pledge, which marks the start of their lunchtime meetings. To some, quirky traditions like this might make the Ginger Club come across as a joke. “I think...

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