Wellness Week at Westminster 
Helen Moseley, News reporter • May 12, 2021

Beginning on April 12, seniors across campus adjusted their schedules for a variety of activities all week long surrounding mental...

A protestor of the state bills which limit voting rights holds up a sign at the State Capitol.
Westminster community reacts to Georgia’s new voting law
Hunter Wanamaker, News reporter • May 12, 2021

On March 25, 2021, Georgia’s GOP-controlled legislature and Republican governor Brian Kemp passed a 98-page election law modifying...

Westminster makes changes to summer programs amid COVID pandemic
Hazel Thekkekara, News reporter • May 12, 2021

Summer programs have been an integral part of Westminster’s mission to educate students since their establishment in 1954. Each...

What your Chick-Fil-A order says about you
Sophia Rackliffe, Columnist • May 12, 2021

If you’re anything like me, you love Chick-fil-A. You look forward to dinner whenever you know that you get to indulge in your go-to order,...

Contemporary modern art: Am I missing something?
Alexa Wells, Guest Columnist • May 12, 2021

While strolling down the streets of the bustling ski town of Aspen, Colorado, one piece of architecture catches the eye of all who pass it. The...

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...

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,...

Westminster track team prepares for state
Neil Dhingra, Sports reporter • May 12, 2021

Last year, the track season was derailed by the pandemic, causing the Westminster track team to miss out on the chance to compete for a state title. However, the Westminster...

The Varsity Girls soccer team huddles up before a game to get in the winning spirit.
Varsity girls soccer team ranks first in the nation for high school division
Austin Reiner, Sports reporter • May 12, 2021

Despite numerous injuries, conflicts, and challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Westminster varsity girls soccer team has persevered to achieve the first overall...

A poet who knows it: senior Sarah Lao’s expert craft
Kelsey Li, Arts Reporter • May 12, 2021

Westminster senior Sarah Lao is a most impressive student. As a member of Harvard’s class of 2025, a Coca-Cola Scholar, and a National Merit...

Embryo and Evolutions prepare to release issues
Riley Isakson, Arts reporter • May 12, 2021

As the semester comes to an end, two of Westminster’s arts publications will release their issues for the 2020-2021 school year. Despite COVID-19...

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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....

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