Chanley Small named new head of Upper School
Hunter Wanamaker, News Reporter • May 21, 2022

Following a five-month search, Chanley Small was named Westminster’s new head of Upper School in February 2022. A multistep...

Westminster Day of Service
Anjini Naidu, News Reporter • May 21, 2022

Mahatma Gandhi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” On Saturday, April...

2022 Junior and Senior Masquerade Prom
Sara Dixon, News Reporter • May 21, 2022

A tumble of balloons from the sky, an assortment of colored masks, a photo booth, and dancing. This can only mean one thing: the...

My final pieces of advice as a senior
Sophia Rackliffe, Opinions Writer • May 21, 2022

Thirteen years later, this is the end. As an Alpha Omega, almost 72 percent of my life has been spent walking through the halls of Westminster,...

 Predicting the All-NBA teams
Daniel Wood, Opinions Reporter • May 21, 2022

Every year at the end of the NBA season, sports broadcasters and the media are given the chance to vote on who they think are the best players...

The thoughts of a 3200 runner
Mira Srinivasa, Opinions Reporter • May 21, 2022

The 3200-meter run (or the two mile for people willing to ignore the missing 18 meters) is the longest distance in high school track - 8 laps...

The 2022 Masters tee-off
Neil Dhingra, Sports Reporter • May 21, 2022

The Masters golf tournament, widely regarded as the most prestigious tournament in professional golf, began in 1934 at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia....

2022 spring sports overview
Catherine Quillian, Sports Reporter • May 21, 2022

With 13 varsity teams competing simultaneously during the spring, the spring sports season is a busy time for Westminster athletes. There is always something going on, whether...

The Varsity Boys Lacrosse team steamrolls into the playoffs, riding high off of an impressive overtime victory vs. Blessed Trinity
Eva Bevington, Sports Reporter • May 21, 2022

Despite losing multiple starters to injury, the varsity boys’ lacrosse team looks strong as they head into the playoffs. Fueled by multiple big wins, including an exciting...

The year in review: Performing Arts
Evvie Morgan, Arts Reporter • May 21, 2022

As the 2021-2022 school year draws to a close, the performing arts department reflects back on a great year filled with the return of countless...

Something Rotten! enjoyed by the Westminster community
Albert Tang, Arts Writer • May 21, 2022

After months of script editing, auditioning, costume designing, and rehearsing, the Upper School Westminster Players premiered the musical Something...

Poetry Tuesdays resume in Spring
Sadie Clayton, Arts Writer • May 21, 2022

All are invited to Parker Board Room on Tuesdays from 1:10-1:40 to experience the calming environment of Poetry Tuesdays. As you walk in, the...

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