10 things to be thankful for in Atlanta

Sarah Zoellick, Columnist

November 21, 2014

Filed under Opinions

November brings with it colder weather and the sinking realization that exam season is closer than you realized, but it’s also a time to appreciate the many things there are to be thankful for in life. In that spirit, I modestly...

Midnight madness kicks off swim season

Jaclyn Mulé, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

Filed under Sports, Swimming and Diving

A longstanding tradition for Westminster swimmers, Midnight Madness is an event marking the start of the varsity swim season where the swim team crowds around the school pool, holds hands, and simultaneously jumps in. This even...

Student artists take New Orleans

Avni Kakkar, Staff Writer

November 21, 2014

Filed under Arts

Beginning with a crack-of-dawn flight on Oct. 25, members of the club Creating Communities spent a weekend in New Orleans getting psychic readings, listening to jazz, and snacking on beignets. However, they visited specifically ...

Histruggling: My Guide to Historical Fiction

Histruggling: My Guide to Historical Fiction

Alyssa Mulé, Opinions Editor

November 21, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

Danny Ferry: not a racist

Katie Christy, Columnist

November 21, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Mr. Danny Ferry, General Manager of the Atlanta Hawks, is being slandered for his involvement in the racist scandal that surfaced in early September. However, the accusations made against Ferry are not accurate. “He’s a good guy...

Neil Harbisson, the world’s first cyborg artist

Jessica Riemann, Columnist

November 21, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Cyborgs used to be something from a science fiction novel, from stories and fantasies, but they are quickly becoming a reality. One of the world’s first cyborg artists, Neil Harbisson is a 32-year-old artist and musician from...