The Black and White

Offer intensives after AP exams

June 12, 2018
Teachers voice their opinions on the feasibility of offering "intensives" in AP classes after the exams in May. These classes would be taught by AP teachers and would be focused on new and creative topics. Students would be able to choose which teacher's class they attend for their AP period.

An inside look: Whitman’s view on school safety

April 12, 2018
With recent shootings at schools across the country, notably the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, the Black & White looked at how safe students and faculty feel at Whitman.

Athlete of the Month: Poms captain Sofia Luzuriaga

March 11, 2018
Poms captain Sofia Luzuriaga has been a member of Whitman's poms squad since freshman year and uses dance as an outlet to express herself.

Leadership replaces student DJs for Vike-a-Thon

February 26, 2018
Formerly, Whitman students worked as DJs at Vike-a-Thon, but this year, leadership hired a private DJ for the event.

The Yale Whiffenpoofs a capella group visits Whitman, performs for students

February 1, 2018
The Yale Whiffenpoofs, the oldest collegiate a capella group in the country, performed for Whitman students Feb. 1.

State of the Union Review

February 1, 2018
President Donald J. Trump delivered his annual State of the Union address Jan. 30. The Black & White looked at Trump's main points and reactions to the speech.

Perspective: Sexual assault victims at Whitman

January 24, 2018
In the wake of national movements to speak out against sexual assault, the Black & White sat down with sexual assault victims in the community.

Artist Spotlight: Grant Glazier

January 23, 2018
Grant Glazier turned a love of jazz piano into a talent for producing music.
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