Junior Margaret Wilson student-directs Junior High play

Catherine Benedict

February 11, 2013

Filed under Arts

Can you imagine all the work that goes into a typical Westminster theater production? The lights, costumes and acting all must come together to form an exhilarating production. Junior Margaret Wilson student directed for the middle...

Apps of the moment on campus

February 1, 2013

Filed under News

By Diana Ge Anything from navigating through endless ruins to sending short-lived photos and videos to friends is possible when one is using an iOS or Android application. Now, students at Westminster are utilizing apps more...

Hoops for Hope raises money for childhood cancer

Anisha Reddy

February 1, 2013

Filed under News

Basketball and cancer awareness—though many would not have thought to put the two together, the Westminster Varsity basketball teams and cheerleaders came up with a resourceful idea to give back. “Hoops for Hope started...

Westminster thinks guns after Sandy Hook

February 1, 2013

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By Tom Desoutter In the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the national political scene has been flooded with speeches and bills dealing with guns and gun violence. While Americans agree that mass shootings...

Green Cup Challenge looks to inspire new habits

February 1, 2013

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By Chris Ufere As climate change and energy conservation become more and more relevant, fostering a deeper understanding of world’s constantly increasing energy demands is key. Therefore Westminster, along with Lovett, Marist,...

Spotlight on winter sports managers

February 1, 2013

Filed under Sports

By Paxton Moore There is a lot of work done behind the scenes to make sure our winter sports run smoothly, and the devoted winter managers are largely responsible for this. Managers’ responsibilities range from shouting out...

Swimming uses Woodward as momentum towards state run

February 1, 2013

Filed under Sports, Swimming and Diving

By Sam Barkin As the 2012-2013 season approaches the finish, the swim team makes a final push towards state. Coached by legend Pete Higgins and assistant coaches Jan Allen, Rob Cochran, and Richmond Green, the boys and girls...

Wrestling adjusts to new leadership

February 1, 2013

Filed under Sports, Wrestling

By Dylan Grien Few Westminster teams in recent memory have had to perform under the difficult conditions that the 2013 wrestling team has had to overcome this year. Between adjusting to a new coach, replacing last year’s...

Labors of a leader: behind the scenes with Rusty Hudson

February 1, 2013

Filed under Sports

By Milan Joshi “I’ve played sports all my life,” said athletic director Rusty Hudson. Rusty Hudson’s athletic career began his freshman year in high school, when he lettered in football, basketball, and baseball. He ...

Why everyone hates the Oscars

Jess Neuhauser

February 1, 2013

Filed under Opinions

As soon as the Christmas tree is taken down, Hollywood begins celebrating its own holiday, a span of several weeks known as “award season.” Festivities began with the Golden Globes, continue with the all-but-unknown BAFTA...

Varsity boys basketball looks to ride momentum to the playoffs

February 1, 2013

Filed under Basketball, Sports

By Richard Hays Just days after Christmas, the varsity boys basketball team provided the school with their own present: a first-place victory in the annual Westminster Holiday Classic.  Turner gym was alive as the team succ...

Playwriting Festival combines different talents, voices

February 1, 2013

Filed under Arts

By Laura Russell Taking different talents and skills, Westminster’s Playwriting Festival is piecing together voices that may have never otherwise been put with one another. “One of the things that’s really exciting abo...