Westminsters Christian Retreat returns
Westminster's Christian Retreat returns
Christopher Creighton-Mitchell, News Reporter • December 14, 2021

On Nov. 13 and 14, the Christian Leadership Council organized Westminster’s regular Christian Retreat. Led by Upper School chaplain...

Discipline Council revisits Anti-Discrimination Pledge
Sophia Cunningham, News Reporter • December 14, 2021

This November, Westminster’s Discipline Council revisited the Anti-Discrimination Pledge and introduced it to the freshman class....

Graduation robe changes mark Westminster history
Kelley Lu December 14, 2021

As the Class of 2022 graduates next spring, they will represent a monumental change in Westminster history. This class will be...

Why the Kyle Rittenhouse sentence was legal
Andrew Thompson, Columnist • December 14, 2021

The Kyle Rittenhouse trial is probably the most controversial trial of the past few years. Rittenhouse was accused of a misdemeanor weapons offense,...

The Importance of a Playlist
Sophia Rackliffe, Opinions Editor • December 14, 2021

Whether you know it or not, creating a playlist is an art. You may think that you’re just simply placing some songs into a playlist titled...

Seven reasons why Gonzaga will win the National Championship this year
Daniel Wood, Columnist • December 14, 2021

Ever since Mark Few started coaching at Gonzaga, the program has become more and more successful. With two national championship appearances...

Seniors sign letters of intent for playing Division 1 athletics
Seniors sign letters of intent for playing Division 1 athletics
Eva Bevington, Sports Reporter • December 14, 2021

For the Class of 2022, polishing and submitting college applications has dominated their fall semesters, but for 11 Wildcats, the search for their athletic and academic future...

Physical Therapist wrapping up a Westminster student’s injury
Physical therapists and sports psychologist now available on campus
Catherine Quillian, Sports Reporter • December 14, 2021

Westminster is the only high school in America where students have access to licensed physical therapists and a mental performance coach. Previously, if a Westminster student...

Boys varsity tennis team reflects on state campaign
Alex Egoavil, Sports reporter • May 12, 2021

With only two losses during the season, one against Stratford Academy and one against McCallie, the boys varsity tennis team entered the state playoffs as the number-one seeds,...

First Broyles art exhibit of the year closes
Selena Patel, Arts Reporter • December 14, 2021

On Dec. 9, artists began dismantling the first art show in Broyles this year. With works lining the foyer halls, the show featured an extensive...

Messiah returns to in-person performance
Evvie Morgan, Arts Reporter • December 14, 2021

The Upper School’s performance of Handel’s Messiah is widely regarded across Westminster as one of the most important holiday traditions,...

Students submit to the 98th Scholastic Art & Writing Awards
Alexandra Kent, Arts Reporter • December 14, 2021

Since its creation in 1923, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have become one of the nation’s most prestigious and well-known competitions...

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