Students and school commit to All State auditions

Alex Floyd

February 3, 2012

Filed under Arts

Strong devotion to a commitment or cause can completely change its end result, and nowhere was such devotion better observed than during this past Martin Luther King Day weekend, when the Westminster Schools hosted the final ...

The Bi-Line should, can, will go online

Peter Bryant, Head Editor

February 3, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Our school newspaper, The Bi-Line, should, and will, discontinue its print edition and function only as an online paper. Sound crazy? It would have to me four years ago, but after writing, editing, and head-editing The Bi-Line, and ...

Students make treaties with teachers, don’t fulfill promises

Anna Kate Heller and Reid Calhoun

February 3, 2012

Filed under News

Students are pillaging, plundering, and pilfering classrooms and offices across campus. During the week of Jan. 9-13, juniors explored 48 rooms around the school, just as the Europeans colonized Africa in the 1800s. Nine diff...

Going green: if celebs can do it, so can we

Neena Molavi

February 3, 2012

Filed under Opinions

It is that time of year again at Westminster, and along with Lovett, Pace, Woodward, Holy Innocents, Holy Spirit, Marist, and many other schools nationwide, we are fresh out of the gate of the Green Cup Challenge. The “green” move...

GOP candidates’ wardrobes mirror campaign success

Robert Smith

February 3, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Disclaimer: I know nothing about politics. But I have been told that the United States political system is broken, probably beyond repair, and that Congress, neck-deep in schemers and scoundrels, is the entity contributing most...