Westminster prefers sports, not arts

Ashley Ahn, Columnist

December 1, 2017

The Westminster community takes pride in the alleged “well-roundedness” of the student body. This can be evidenced through the girls’ and boys’ cross country state championships, and the spectacular shows of Les Misér...

More discussion is needed to unite a divided upper school

Alan Xu, Columnist

December 1, 2017

My friend and I had an interesting conversation with Dean of Students Ralph Geeza on the afternoon of the Friday of homecoming week. Before Mr. Geeza showed up, the two of us were sitting outside of Robinson Hall discussing di...

Nintendo has reclaimed their throne

Graham Katz, Opinion Editor

December 1, 2017

In 2012, Nintendo, videogame industry royalty, fell from its throne upon release of the Wii U home console. Selling only 13.56 million units over its lifetime, the console, an attempted upgrade of the highly successful Nintendo Wii,...

The Thrill of It All: what makes Sam Smith special

Drew Norman, Columnist

December 1, 2017

It’s a well-known fact that Sam Smith has one of the best voices in the modern music landscape. Like his fellow English expat, Adele, he’s capable of stirring emotions—love and heartbreak, mainly, but also anger, indign...

Chorus and orchestra prepares for Messiah

Woods Curry, Arts Reporter

December 1, 2017

As the holiday season comes in full swing at Westminster, the upper school chorus and chamber orchestra begin preparations for the highly anticipated annual Messiah performance. Following successful “Coffee Concert” and Thanksgiv...

Photography teacher displays work across Atlanta area

Kiran Gadde, Arts Reporter

December 1, 2017

It’s not everyday you meet someone that has displayed their work in the High Museum, Clark Atlanta University, Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, Fulton County Arts Council, the Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs, and ...