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Westminster debate duo leads as the number one team in the United States
Hunter Wanamaker, News Reporter • March 16, 2021

Recently, the Westminster debate team produced one of the best debate duos in the United States: senior Holland Bald and junior...

New COVID-19 variants renew public anxiety
Helen Moseley, News Reporter • March 16, 2021

Recently, multiple new SARS-CoV-2 variants have been circulating and spreading around the world. Three new COVID-19 variants have...

Westminster seniors anticipate prom and graduation
Hazel Thekkekara, News Reporter • March 16, 2021

There are no greater hallmarks of the American high school experience than the junior and senior proms and graduation, annual...

Who are you trying to impress?
Alexa Wells, Guest Columnist • March 16, 2021

When I first got my electric guitar in ninth grade, there were two things I was thinking about. Because of my eagerness to learn, I wondered...

Oh great, we have to deal with anti-vaxxers again
Max Norman, Columnist • March 16, 2021

COVID-19 has dominated the lives of Americans for nearly a year as I write this. The path out of the pandemic is clear, however; as coronavirus...

A comprehensive ranking of Taylor Swift’s discography
Sophia Rackliffe, Columnist • March 16, 2021

In 2006, Taylor Swift released her debut single “Tim McGraw,” unaware of what the future was to hold. 15 years later, Swift has had seven...

Westminster CatFish bring home fourth state championship in a row
Westminster CatFish bring home fourth state championship in a row
Allie Woods, Sports Reporter • March 16, 2021

This winter, the 2021 Westminster swimming and diving team successfully captured another GHSA state title. This is the team’s fourth state championship in a row and their...

Bright future ahead for football phenom Holden Staes
Bright future ahead for football phenom Holden Staes
James Rhee, Sports Reporter • March 16, 2021

Westminster junior Holden Staes has been a dominant force on the football field for the Wildcats since the get-go. Staes, who will be a four-year letterman for the Wildcats,...

Dominant soccer teams look forward to the state tournament
Dominant soccer teams look forward to the state tournament
Riley Sager, Sports Reporter • March 16, 2021

Just one month into the varsity soccer seasons, the teams are in excellent shape for the state championships this spring. Both the boys and girls teams have started the 2021...

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A Divided City: senior filmmakers explore Atlanta’s borders
Frances Munger, Arts Reporter • March 16, 2021

Seniors Sam Cohn and Jonas Du, both leaders of StudioW, have recently used their creative filmmaking skills to branch into documentary filmmaking....

Symphonies in the spring: Westminster’s orchestra concert
Kelsey Li, Arts Reporter • March 16, 2021

Each year, on a cool spring evening, the Westminster symphony orchestra concert brings together people of all ages for a riveting performance...

A controversial 2021 Super Bowl halftime show
A controversial 2021 Super Bowl halftime show
Alexandra Yuan, Arts Reporter • March 16, 2021

Every February, millions of superfans eagerly await the broadcast of America’s most beloved sporting event, the Super Bowl. The highlight of...

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