How to deal with a political loss

Vicky Zhang, Guest Columnist

December 2, 2016

Trump’s defeat of Hillary Clinton felt like a blow to my very foundation. I was not just shaken by the oversimplifying polls that claimed her victory, but had seemingly lost faith in the country. My drive to school on Wednesday...

Students pursue writing during NaNoWriMo

Grace Cohn, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

For most people, the month of November means turkey, football, cold air, and every four years, the election of our nation’s president. But for dedicated writers, including many at Westminster, November also means National Novel...

Students perform The Crucible, draw enthusiastic crowds

MeiMei Xu, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

The Westminster players relived a historic tale of fear, betrayal, and death through The Crucible, a play about the Salem witch trials in 1692. Directed by guest artist and Westminster alumnus Celia Quillian, the performance r...

“The Republic is Weeping”: Students react to election

Myles Hudson, Guest Writer

December 2, 2016

The Republic is weeping. By the time polling centers closed on November 8th, 61.4 million Americans—47.8% of voters—had cast their ballots for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Virtually every poll put Secretary...

Scoot Dimon plans to retire at end of year

John Sheehan, Head Editor

December 2, 2016

Scoot Dimon has been a staple of the Westminster experience for as long as any student here can remember. He is a part of the school, always greeting students at Adam’s Gate or playing tennis on the back courts. However, this...

AP Art students visit Oregon and California coast lines

Annie Kong, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

Every year, any students enrolled in an AP level art course have the unique opportunity to travel to Oregon and experiment with different forms of art along the coast. The annual trip was first created by a previous art teacher,...

Drew Charter Club helps advocate for a healthy lifestyle

Anna Campbell, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

Georgia has the 10th highest rate of childhood obesity in the country. According to senior Alexis Fisher, the Drew Charter Club was founded to help just that. The Drew Charter Club began last year as an extension of the Pre-Med...

FCA retreat an environment for a spiritual journey

Jehan Ramji, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

Members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes boarded school buses headed toward Lake Allatoona for a weekend of Bible studies and lounging in Enos on October 22nd. Christian Fellowship retreats are biannual events, and this...

Ten bold predictions for the 2016-17 college basketball season

Will Spillman, Columnist

December 2, 2016

Duke, Kentucky, North Carolina, Indiana, Kansas, and UCLA are generally regarded as the “blue blood” programs, or college basketball royalty. If you take a look at the incoming freshman classes for these schools or the current...

Notre Dame football disappoints loyal fan base

Casey Monyak, Columnist

December 2, 2016

Notre Dame Football Article Notre Dame football. You either absolutely love it or you absolutely hate it. There is no in-between. Fortunately for any Irish fans out there, I identify with the former group, so sit back, relax,...

Trump’s success sparks anxiety and new hope

By Grand Admiral, History God-Emperor, Grand Duke of Atlanta, King of Georgia, Jack Amerson I and Noah Weinstein, Guest Writers

December 2, 2016

It appears the Westminster campus is slowly returning to normal. Though the articles published in this month’s issue of the Bi-Line may spur another wave of debate, it seems as though, for the most part, things have calmed down....

Volleyball team captures elusive state title

Jack Hunter, Sports Writer

December 2, 2016

The 2016 Westminster Wildcat volleyball team capped off a remarkable season by conquering Pace in the GHSA AAA state championship on Saturday, Oct. 29th, by a score of 3 sets to 1. The Cats finished off the season with a strong 3...