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  • Whitman Idol is being held on April 25. Auditions are March 23 and 24 after school in the Music Hall.

  • The media center is looking for poetry submissions during April. Stop by the media center for more info.

New bullying policy attempts to highlight consequences

By Jamie Norwood
March 15
Filed under News

The MCPS BOE approved a new bullying policy that emphasizes its consequences March 9. Read More »...

Guy Auction hopes to raise money through bidding on hot dates

By Jamie Norwood
January 14
Filed under Feature

Girls, start saving your money and get ready to place a bid on some of Whitman’s finest boys. It’s not your typical fundraiser. The SGA’s first annual Guy Auction will take place on Feb. 25 to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Read More »...

Check out MTV’s “Real World: D.C.”

By Jamie Norwood
January 13
Filed under Blogs

Eight strangers. One house. A reality show. If you're looking for a new junky yet entertaining show to waste your time on (putting "Jersey Shore" aside), it should be MTV's "Real World: D.C." The new season began Dec. 30 and features eight young adults in the nation’s capital, our very own neig...

Not perfect, but still a thrill

By Jamie Norwood
November 28
Filed under Feature

It’s 11:59 PM and the lights go down in the theater. I’m not exaggerating when I say I’ve never heard so many girls screaming so loudly. Read More »...

Westboro is back for protests

By Jamie Norwood
November 10
Filed under News

They’re back. The Westboro Baptist Church, the radical protest group from Topeka, Kansas that picketed Whittier Blvd. this past May, is at it again. Read More »...

Speech and Debate team winners from NYC tournament

By Jamie Norwood
October 28
Filed under News

Whitman won the overal Team Sweepstakes Championship out of 100 schools Read More »

WhitMUN diaries from Vandy

By Jamie Norwood
October 20
Filed under Feature

Washington University in St. Louis, Princeton, Georgetown and even Qatar; the Whitman delegation of Model UN has been everywhere. But what does “WhitMUN” actually do at conferences? Read More »...

Clayboy retires, but business won’t melt

By Jamie Norwood
September 16
Filed under Feature

*By Jamie Norwood* The vibrant cart stocked with colorful bottles of flavors like “tiger’s blood,” cotton candy and blue-raz are bound to satisfy Bethesda residents’ cool cravings on any hot summer day. Customers will soon notice a change, however, in the Bethesda staple when co-owner John Styer retires an...

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