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Correction (11/6/17): From “Lets talk about sexism: senior holds educational seminars”: Administrators told students McHale made the announcement after to hearing male students calling female students “sluts,” she said. The article originally reported that Goodwin directly told Mehrotra about male students calling female students “sluts.”

Correction (10/23/17): From “AP Lang, Honors English 12 undergo curriculum changes”: Change in Honors English 12 curriculum is not county-wide.

From “New theater class offers intro to drama, find arts credit”:Students are required to attend any drama production they aren’t a part of.

Profile on Michael Dunn, a former Whitman football player who made the Rams practice squad, was cut off in print. Read the full article here: https://theblackandwhite.net/57324/sports/whitman-alum-makes-nfl-practice-squad/

Correction (10/22/17): “Drumline banned from playing next home football game” incorrectly reported that Drumline would play at the two football games after Northwood, both during and after the games. Drumline is playing at Northwest High School.

Correction (9/25/17): “Vikes for Action club spreads love, unity with anti-hate pins” incorrectly reported that the Vikes for Action club painted and hung the banner saying ‘Hate has no place here, We choose love’. The banner was made by members of the Whitmaniacs.

Correction (6/16/17): The most recent print edition of the Black & White incorrectly reported in “12 staff members say goodbye to Whitman” that building services night supervisor Neil Hawkins will retire at the end of this school year. Hawkins will retire Jan. 1 2018.

Correction (3/11/15): An earlier version of “bRAVE raises nearly $30,000; students face zero tolerance for underage drinking” incorrectly reported that students received citations for underage drinking. However, the students caught for underage drinking did not receive citations, and instead face the zero tolerance policy as punishment.

Correction (3/9/15): The link for Scheer’s Photobilities website in “Senior Ben Scheer receives ‘Bethesda Magazine Extraordinary Teen Award'” was incorrect in the most recent print edition of The Black & White. His website is correctly linked in the online article.

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