The Pitch

Internships are a good way for students to develop their skills and engage with the community around them. Many take the opportunity to learn more about what they are passionate about.

Students navigate internships

Tissa Amaira, Senior Feature Editor
January 6, 2022
Nachtrieb heads down the hatch of a submarine on summer training.

WJ Grads in the Military

Caeden Babcock, Print Editor-in-Chief
December 20, 2021
APEX freshman Hannah Spellman examines cells under a microscope in her APEX Biology class. Spellman is one of 225 freshmen in APEX Reach this year, and takes APEX Biology as one of the core courses required by the program. “I dont think that there should be limited slots; I think they should consider more than GPA but not a strict test or extensive requirements,” Spellman said on the admissions process for APEX.

APEX reach program adapts to program changes

Seyun Park, Special to the Pitch
December 17, 2021
One of the many waste receptacles found adorning the halls of WJ. Awareness of ecological issues has become a topic of growing concern in recent years.

Student body goes green

Alexander Lewton, Special to the Pitch
December 17, 2021
Thanksgiving is a deeply held tradition for many Americans. Foods such as turkey, ham, cranberry sauce, stuffing and gravy are the pillars of a Thanksgiving meal.

Students’ Thanksgiving plans

Laura Mata, Layout and Design Editor
November 17, 2021
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