Varsity football coach Gerry Romberg leads team both on and off the field

Andrew Mao, Sports Reporter

September 28, 2018

As Westminster football has kicked off their season with a 2-2 record, the games played under the Friday night lights is all we see. What we do not see is all the behind the scenes work that the players put in everyday to get...

Music Midtown unites Atlanta residents through music

Rachel Liu, Arts Reporter

September 28, 2018

       Every year, on a special weekend in mid-September, hundreds of thousands of festival-goers flooded through the gates of Piedmont Park for 2018’s Music Midtown. From first-timers to music-lovers, crowds of people ...

Senior Flag Football and Powder Puff traditions live on

Julia Rhee, Sports Reporter

September 28, 2018

        Senior year comes with some inherent benefits such as senior patio and senior lot, just to name a few. Along with these eponymously designated physical spaces, seniors also enjoy special traditions that date back to th...

College football is finally here

Colin Suddath, Sports Reporter

September 28, 2018

On Saturday, August 25th, the long awaited college football season was finally underway. Despite the four televised games being absolute blowouts, football was finally back. With the season upon us, many fans are ecstatic and...

Arts Heals as a universal cure

Riya Jayanthi, Arts Reporter

September 28, 2018

     Westminster’s community values two notable ideals above all: service and creativity. Since this is the case, it seems almost inevitable that a club like “Art Heals” would arise; a group of students, helmed by se...

The future of the varsity softball teams

Allie Woods, Sports Reporter

September 28, 2018

Despite the complications the coaches believed they would have to face at pitcher this year, sophomore Julia Rhee and senior Cecie Bassett have successfully taken over the pitching duties. “Both have accepted their new role...

Space and Time: Some Things and Other Things

Andrew Zacks, Columnist

September 28, 2018

        How high can you count? Go for it. Stop there! That was really good. I’m impressed. But! Be warned, you didn’t even make it to the square footage of your home. In 2013, the average size of a house in the United S...

New volleyball and wrestling coaches look to make a splash in debut seasons

Matthew Cha, Sports Reporter

September 28, 2018

        This year, two Westminster sports teams received brand new head coaches, as learning specialist Catherine Monroe leads the varsity girls volleyball team this fall, while permanent substitute teacher LB Joel will be coachin...

Who is really to blame for student’s stress?

Anna Bass, Columnist

September 28, 2018

        BREAKING NEWS: Westminster students get stressed from time to time. Due to the high numbers of gifted students, competition to succeed, or even remain average, while balancing extracurricular activities makes the rigor of W...

Residency strengthens Pamela Martinez’s art skills and knowledge

Ryan Hockstein, Arts Reporter

September 28, 2018

       “It was hot, hot, hot, hot, hot. It was so hot,” said Upper School art teacher Pamela Martinez about Orvieto, Italy, a city about an hour and a half outside Rome, where her residency was located. While Martinez had...

School choice

Payton Selby, Columnist

September 28, 2018

        “Would you say to Indiana, that schools cannot discriminate against LGBT students if you want to receive federal dollars? Or would you say the state has the flexibility?” – This was the fiery question Represen...

School Spirit

Addie Anderson, Columnist

September 28, 2018

        This school year, students around the campus are seeking to increase school spirit. School spirit gives life to the campus and to the daily routines of school. It lets us connect with others, show our pride for our ...