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Whitman students react to Kavanaugh accusations

By Anjali Jha, Maeve Trainor, Sam White, and Luka Byrne

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About the Writers
Anjali Jha, Multimedia Editor
Grade

12

What are some of your interests?

watching vines at 3am while crying

Why did you join the Black and White?

because video-making is my PASSION.

What's your favorite vegetable?

i don't trust any veggie but i guess string beans
Maeve Trainor, Multimedia Editor
Grade

12

What are some of your interests?



Black and White

Why did you join the Black and White?



Snacks in the closet

What's your favorite vegetable?



Spaghetti Squash
Sam White, Multimedia Team
Grade

12

What are some of your interests?



Filmmaking and Photography

Why did you join the Black and White?



I wanted experience working as a video journalist for a newspaper.

What's your favorite vegetable?



Broccoli
Luka Byrne, Multimedia Team
Grade

12

What are some of your interests?

I enjoy playing soccer, working on the tech crew for Whitman Drama, and learning about the world.

Why did you join the Black and White?

I joined the Black & White because I want to entertain and inform through my videos.

What's your favorite vegetable?

Carrots
3 Comments

3 Responses to “Whitman students react to Kavanaugh accusations”

  1. Am on September 26th, 2018 10:33 am

    Karma sucks. Trump should never have acquiesced to the establishment in picking Kavanaugh. He should have gone with Amy Barrett to solidify a right wing majority on the court.

  2. Am on September 26th, 2018 10:33 am

    Karma sucks. Trump should never have acquiesced to the establishment in picking Kavanaugh. He should have gone with Amy Barrett to solidify a right-
    wing majority on the court.

  3. WW Graduate of 1980 on September 26th, 2018 6:09 pm

    How vulnerable are youth. Every person interviewed except one basically accepted Blasely’s vague and inconsistent story as true that he did it without any consideration that it was a false accusation and without any evidence except or support. I hope they do not believe everything that is said in textbooks or by teacher or in news media feed to them on cell phones. Those interviewed mentioned brain development, what about confirmation bias? I taught college for years, amazing how much students will blindly accept as true when you tell them, world is flat, nonsense told them which they regurgitate without thinking.

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