Orchestra project advances new learning

Laura Street, Arts Editor

October 23, 2014

Filed under Arts

On top of preparing for their annual “Messiah” performance that has received school-wide acclaim for years, orchestra students are in the process of an experimental project that combines history, visual arts, music theory,...

Cheerleading: Is it a sport or not?

Cheerleading: Is it a sport or not?

John Sheehan, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014

Filed under Sports

Coffee and Comfort in Zaragoza, Spain

Justin Tice, Columnist

October 23, 2014

Filed under Opinions

The smell of the infamous Criollo Cafe hit me as soon as I gripped the huge door handle and pulled with quite some force, along with the flashback to when I still pushed the door, even thought it clearly stated “tirar.” Some might tell me t...

Summer wedding recap

Summer wedding recap

October 23, 2014

PSAT a measure of wealth?

Catherine Benedict, Arts Editor

October 23, 2014

Filed under News

The halls of Askew on the morning of October 15 felt a great deal more frantic than usual as the members of the class of 2016 furiously flipped through flash cards and worriedly scribbled in thick textbooks. The cause of this...

Readers band together to applaud banned books

Jaclyn Mulé, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014

Filed under News

During late September, banned books are celebrated nationwide, shedding light on a topic that remains exceedingly controversial. Banned Books Week, held during the final week of September—Sept. 21through Sept. 27—commemorates...

Fantasy Football unites students, families

Albert Zhang, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014

Filed under Football, Sports

Since the invention of fantasy football in 1962, the game has spread worldwide to over 30 million players in the US and over two million players in Canada. Among those players are many avid students at Westminster who love the ...