The Black & White

Guy Auction hopes to raise money through bidding on hot dates

By Jamie Norwood

January 14, 2010


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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 »...

Cornell Men’s Glee Club performs for chorus students

By Nalini Tata

January 14, 2010


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Walking into the chorus room on Monday afternoon was almost like walking right onto the set of “Glee." Cornell University Glee Club, an all-male singing group stopped by school this Monday as part of a 12-day northeastern tour. Read More »...

Golden Globe predictions

By Shahana Lal

January 13, 2010


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The 67th annual Golden Globe nominations were announced recently. NBC will broadcast the award ceremony  live on Jan. 17 at 8 p.m.  Here are my predictions for who should win the award in the top categories: Read More »...

Q & A with Copenhagen climate change participants

By Rachel Lerner

January 13, 2010


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Thousands of people gathered together in Copenhagen in December to talk about an issue that has sparked debate throughout the entire world: climate change. These talks seem mysterious and unknown to many Whitman students, so the Black & White set out to give students a closer look. Allison Nordberg, the admi...

Upcoming local events

By Leah Harburg

January 13, 2010


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 Upcoming events: Chocolate Lovers Festival The perfect event for anyone with a sweet tooth is the 18th annual Chocolate Lovers Festival coming up Feb. 6 and 7. The festival is a two-day event based entirely on chocolate with events all relating to cooking, creating art from and eating chocolate. It will take place in Virginia, hosted by the ci...

Korean exchange students visit and experience American life

By Nikhil Gupta

January 11, 2010


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Ten students  and three teachers from Seoul High School in Korea came to Whitman last week through a sister school exchange program. Read More »...

Looking Ahead: What’s in and out for 2010

By Rachel Nussbaum

January 9, 2010


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*Also by Stephanie Haven* As many have noticed, the year 2010 is now upon us. Though we’re nowhere near where we should be in order to reach the standards that “Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century” set for 2049, it must be said that some vast improvements have been made since the previous year. ...

Clubs embrace the season of giving

By James Dionne

January 7, 2010


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A child in D.C. opens up a brand new toy for Christmas. A homeless man keeps warm with a new winter coat. A family of five has enough food for the winter. All thanks to Whitman students. Read More »...

Cameron’s “Avatar” stuns all

By John Son

January 7, 2010


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James Cameron is perhaps the greatest legend in Hollywood. The director, writer and co-producer of "Titanic," the highest grossing film ever has amazed moviegoers again with his latest stunner, “Avatar.” Read More »...

New Year’s Eve party for all ages

By Leah Harburg

December 30, 2009


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On New Year’s Eve it can be hard to find a place to go if you’re under 21, but the Brightest Young Things is offering a great opportunity. The popular D.C. blog is hosting a New Year's Eve party at the Capitol Skyline hotel for all ages. Read More »...

Check out local holiday events

By Leah Harburg

December 21, 2009


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If you are looking for holiday activities in the coming few days, check out these two attractions: Read More »...

Winter Choral Concert

By Eleanor Katz

December 17, 2009


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