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Weekly News Roundup: Nov. 27-Dec. 1

Graphic by Charlotte Alden.

Graphic by Charlotte Alden.

By Julie Rosenstein

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  • Monday, Nov 27, Whitman sophomore Jojo Greenberg passed away. A vigil was held in her memory Thursday Nov. 30.
  • Today show host Matt Lauer was fired Tuesday after allegations of sexual assault.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/today-show-host-matt-lauer-fired-after-claims-of-inappropriate-sexual-behavior/2017/11/29/ee85bf42-d4fd-11e7-b62d-d9345ced896d_story.html?utm_term=.1658027c58ab

  • There’s a new juice shop in town! Check out Joe & the Juice on Woodmont Ave. in Bethesda.

https://theblackandwhite.net/57818/feature/joe-the-juice-meets-bethesda/

  • Looking to help children this Holiday season? Here are a few organizations to check out:
    • Toys for Tots

https://www.toysfortots.org/

    • Make-A-Wish Foundation

http://bit.ly/2zJMiIs

    • Salvation Army’s Fill the Truck

http://bit.ly/2jFdBgc

https://www.thespruce.com/charities-that-help-children-at-christmas-3129334

  • Bruno Mars will be performing at The Theater at MGM National Harbor Dec. 20 and 21. You can purchase tickets here:

http://bit.ly/2ja8d57

About the Writer
Julie Rosenstein, Communications Director
Grade: 10

Interests: Political science, government

Why did you join the Black & White?  

I joined the Black & White because I am very interested in journalism and its impact on the community. I love writing and I wanted to practice writing more concisely.

Why are you well suited to write/edit for your section or to perform your job?

I publish a weekly news round up and post stories on our social media pages. I am well suited to perform my job because I keep up on what is going on in the area and am good with social media.
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