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The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

Rhea Noumair

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator

Junior Rhea Noumair is in her third year of Pitch and is the Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator. She enjoys playing and watching soccer, painting and listening to music in her free time.

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Overcompensate is the first single to drop from Twenty One Pilots new album Clancy. Clancy will be dropped May 17,  and will revolve around the lore introduced in Trench.

Twenty One Pilots “Overcompensate” with new single

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator
April 4, 2024
This classic mascot, Benny the Bull is a classic entertainer during time-outs and halftime for the Chicago Bulls. He is among the few who would instantly TKO me and I would stay knocked out.

Mascots I could beat in a fight: Part Two

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator
April 1, 2024
Combined Portrait is a self-portrait Bull created out of embroidered fabric. The pink eye represented her mothers which tied into Bulls sustained investigation; portraying female relationships. This piece was featured on the cover of WJs Spectator magazine Vol. 63.

Artist Charlotte Bull collages her way into success

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator
March 8, 2024
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[Photo] Where did Wildcat wellness go?

Lily Tapparo, Senior Sports Editor
February 12, 2024
UK rapper Dave performs his first studio album Psychodrama. The album won the 2020 BRITs awards for best album of the year.

The UK rap scene deserves more respect

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator
February 2, 2024
Bad Bunnys Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana album review

Bad Bunny’s “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana” album review

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion editor and Illustrator
November 29, 2023
First released on Friday, Sept.11, The Continental proves to be action-packed and on par with the John Wick movie series. Despite being a three-part miniseries, each episode was packed with a strong storyline separate, yet connected, to John Wick.

The Continental: How the right soundtrack can impact a TV show

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator
November 3, 2023
Why the Fast and Furious franchise is on the slow track

Why the Fast and Furious franchise is on the slow track

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion Editor and Illustrator
October 4, 2023
Students drowning in beginning-of-year quizzes

Students drowning in beginning-of-year quizzes

Rhea Noumair, Print Opinion editor and illustrator
September 27, 2023
The AP Drawing students spend the last two weeks of their school year doing multiple bike studies in different mediums such as ink, charcoal and graphite. The final project was supposed to be a collage of the different bicycles put together.

How AP classes wind down after exams

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor and illustrator
June 15, 2023
Why students still join rec teams

Why students still join rec teams

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor and illustrator
May 24, 2023
Marc Waldman
1. If you use the hair dryer as a kid, youre going to end up bald like Mr. Clean.

Old wives tales that are actually true

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor and illustrator
March 30, 2023
Is just say no the solution to teenage overdoses?

Is “just say no” the solution to teenage overdoses?

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor and illustrator
March 26, 2023
Students and members of the Asian American Student Union gather on PSAT day as a Wellness activity, to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. We had a fundraiser at Poki DC to raise some money for all the decoration costs. As for event details, we had decor, food and karaoke, Chu said.

Shining spotlight on different cultural clubs

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor
January 18, 2023
There’s no place like home for holidays

There’s no place like home for holidays

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor
December 21, 2022
Although the horror theme was quickly replaced by sci-fi, seniors already lost the spirit to participate in it. “Sci-Fi wasn’t really the best theme since the seniors got third place for the first time in a couple of years. Nobody really wanted to participate in it,” Gana said.

Administration haunts senior HoCo hallways

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor
November 21, 2022
To ID or not to ID?

To ID or not to ID?

Rhea Noumair, Opinion assistant editor
October 24, 2022
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