Fires continue to burn in the Amazon Rainforest

Clara Johnson, News Reporter

September 27, 2019

         Alongside millions of others, students and faculty at Westminster remained shocked by the news circulating about the Amazon Rainforest fires. The Amazon Rainforest, what many consider to be the “lungs of the world...

Reparations may not be the solution we’ve been looking for

Jonas Du, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     As the 2020 election intensifies, many Democratic candidates are embracing the idea of slavery reparations, that is, providing financial compensation to descendants of slaves. According to a recent Young Democrats pol...

AP Art students adjust to changes in curriculum

Frances Munger, Arts Reporter

September 27, 2019

     It is certainly the year of change for students at Westminster. As the student body has been adjusting to the cottages, construction on campus, and as always, a new freshman class, the AP art students have even more adj...

Students push themselves further in Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony

Noah Turbes, Arts Reporter

September 27, 2019

     As sports and clubs begin to ramp up at Westminster, musicians in the Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony have been training for weeks to display their talents. The Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony is the leading opportunity for hig...

Hong Kong: the fight for democracy

Noah Chen, News Reporter

September 27, 2019

     Under President Xi Jinping, Beijing and the Chinese Central government have begun chipping away at Hong Kong‘s independence. Formally existing as a British Colony, Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997, under a new ...

Remembering Pete Higgins

Andrew Mao, Sports Reporter

September 27, 2019

     Former Westminster Swimming coach and P.E. teacher Pete Higgins was a staple in both the Westminster and swim community in Georgia. The legendary swim coach and National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association Hall of Fa...

Allotted apple time

William Buhay, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     I am a bold man. One that stands at about 5’6” and lacks the ability to grow anything that may resemble facial hair, but bold, nonetheless. See, whenever I meet someone who tells me their parents are doctors, I pr...

Construction alters campus dynamic

Nishka Bahl, News Reporter

September 27, 2019

     On August 14, the Westminster community returned to campus to see Campbell Hall hollowed out. Students gawked at the large hole in what used to be Campbell drop-off, and headed to the new Westminster Village for classes...

Westminster hires new head of security and campus facilities

Annie Jardina, News Reporter

September 27, 2019

     “Safety is everyone’s responsibility,” said Westminster’s new head of security and campus facilities Victor Panchuk.       When Panchuk was young, he decided to take a unique route to education. His family ...

NFL takeaways through the first two weeks of the season

Jack Hunter, Columnist

September 27, 2019

     After the first two weeks of the NFL season, the 2019-20 season is off to a roaring start, from off-the-field drama, weird injuries, and teams that are on the rise or on the decline. Here are my takeaways from the first...

Upper School students break into the electronic music scene

Beatriz de Arístegui, Arts Reporter

September 27, 2019

For many, the idea of musical stardom and success is a far fetched dream. However, for junior Charlie Zacks, his musical aspirations have inspired him to launch his own musical career. Zacks has gone from downloading free musi...

MAC and WAC welcome new members

Woods Curry, Arts Reporter

November 3, 2017

Westminster’s acapella groups have been working tirelessly to showcase their impressive singing abilities to the student body. The groups, MAC and WAC, have been arranging pieces and performing after school with the hopes of ...

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