Netflix Makes Five Year Deal with StudioW and WCAT

Wood Youliketosocialdistancewithme

April 1, 2020

As demand for new digital content is on the rise due to social distancing, Netflix has made a deal with Westminster’s own WCAT and Studio W. The deal between the two entertainment services at Westminster and Netflix will la...

Senior Mudslide turned into Senior Rockslide

Wood Youliketosocialdistancewithme

April 1, 2020

The Bi-Line can confirm that the Senior Mudslide will continue in full force for the Class of 2020 amid campus construction and coronavirus concerns. The new Senior Mudslide has been dubbed the “2020 Senior Rockslide” by ...

Hawkins Hall to be designated freshman hangout spot — nicknamed “Fratio”

Alison Wilkinson

April 1, 2020

The construction of the spanking new building Hawkins Hall has been a wondrous event around campus this year. Hoards of middle and upper schoolers alike pressed against the tall fences, desperate for a peak at the mounds of dir...

Colleges begin to recruit TikTokers

Amy Zhao

April 1, 2020

With recent grade inflation and loss of academic credibility amid this ongoing global pandemic, colleges have resorted to accepting students based on the TikTok content they create while they are quarantined at home. Colleges w...

Usain Bolt defeated by Westminster’s infamous cottage-to-Askew hill

Rachel Liu

April 1, 2020

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics have officially been postponed to summer 2021, leaving the top track and field Olympics athletes across the world looking for ways to amp up their training within the next year and preserve their spot in...

Westminster to renovate student’s homes to better resemble the dynamic “Learning Cottages”

Jean-Paul Marat

April 1, 2020

As Wildcats continue to navigate the muddy waters of distance learning, the Westminster administration continues to look for possible ways to improve or enhance their student’s experience. Students have expressed their opinions o...

No ID? No food– and no diploma

Julia Rhee

April 1, 2020

Amidst the panic and change brought about by the rapid spread of COVID-19, Westminster’s administration issued a statement regarding an even more pressing issue plaguing the Westminster community: the use of student IDs at the b...