About the Black & White Online
The Black & White Online is the online counterpart to the print edition of The Black & White, the independent student-run newspaper of Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland. Since its founding in 2002, the Black & White Online has acted as an open forum for student journalism and expression, with the goal of informing the Whitman community about local events in a timely fashion by providing updates every day of the academic school year. All content is reviewed to ensure that it meets the highest levels of legal and ethical standards with respect to material that is libelous, obscene or invasive of privacy. Accuracy is of utmost importance to the Black & White staff.
Signed opinion pieces reflect the positions of the individual staff member. Opinion pieces do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Walt Whitman High School or Montgomery County Public Schools.
The Black & White encourages readers to submit opinions on relevant topics in the form of letters to the editor. Letters must be signed to be printed, though names will be withheld upon request. The Black & White reserves the right to edit letters for content and space. Letters to the editor may be emailed to [email protected]
Subscriptions for the 2016-2017 school year, volume 55, of The Black & White include six print issues and one magazine. Students and staff can pick up every issue free of charge in various locations throughout the school. Annual mail subscriptions cost $35 and a four-year subscription is $120. If you would like to purchase a subscription, please contact [email protected].
To suggest story ideas, report corrections or contact staff members, please fill out a correction form under the Contact Us tab or email [email protected]. Find us on Facebook at The Black & White Online, on Twitter @bdubbsonline, on Vimeo at BlackWhiteOnline, on SoundCloud at BlackWhiteOnline, and on YouTube at TheBlackWhiteOnline.
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