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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate—The End

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief November 17, 2021

Super Smash Bros. is a crossover fighting game series created by Masahiro Sakurai and published by Nintendo in which players can go toe-to-toe in battles as some of the most iconic video games characters...

The cover of The Crucible’s script.
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The Crucible

Faith Tyburski, Editor November 17, 2021

You may already be aware, but for those who aren't, this year the drama production is The Crucible. The play will be in the PAC on November 19th and 20th, with a total of three separate shows. The story...

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Whitman’s Spring Play: The Twenty-Fifth Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Jack O'Loughlin, Writer May 3, 2021

Just as the upperclassmen were brought back to Walt Whitman full-time earlier this month, so has one of the school’s most cherished events of the year: the spring musical. On April 23rd, 24th, and 25th,...

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The 2020 Game Awards

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2021

With 2020 coming to a close, it is that time to look back and reflect on some of the great things that occurred this year. For gamers, the event for such a thing is the Game Awards, the annual awards ceremony...

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A Guide to the Video Game Industry for High School Students

Gabriel Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2020

The video game industry is expanding at a rapid pace—the market is expected to pass $159.3 billion by the end of 2020. This means that there are plenty of opportunities—as a side hustle, through freelancing,...

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COVID-19 Vs. The Film Industry

James Steigerwald, Writer December 2, 2020

Will the film industry ever be the same? The Coronavirus pandemic has halted film production and closed cinemas all around the world. Movies have been either postponed to future dates or canceled altogether....

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How the Pandemic Has Affected Video Games

Raymond Nazario, Writer December 2, 2020

Video games were first created back in the 1950s and have been popular ever since to those who want a break from reality to relax. Since Covid-19, there has been a major spike in the popularity of video...

The Arts Carry on at Whitman

Jack O’Loughlin June 5, 2020

For many Whitman students, one of the best parts of the day is when school ends. After the bell rings, many of us go to club meetings, sports practice, or attend one of the many enjoyable events hosted...

Determining the “Best” Holiday Movies

By Gabriel Gonzalez January 27, 2020

What is the “best” holiday movie? How does one even go about defining such a thing? It was decided that the most efficient way to determine the “best” holiday movie was to ask a select group of...

Mario Kart Tour’s Slippery Downward Slope

By James Steigerwald January 27, 2020

When Mario Kart Tour was first released, users were eager to experience the sensation of racing as their favorite Mario characters in a whole new way. As a result, the game was played all over the world...

Dungeons & Dragons – From the Phoenix’s Ashes

By Gabriel Gonzalez January 27, 2020

Dungeons & Dragons, commonly referred to as D&D, is a TTRPG (tabletop role-playing game) whose popularity is certainly on the rise. As a matter of fact, according to Forbes, 2018 was the fourth...

YouTube’s New Sub-count is Hurting the Community

YouTube’s New Sub-count is Hurting the Community

Matthew Italo, Staff Writer November 21, 2019

If you’ve surfed YouTube within the past month, you may have noticed a new abbreviated sub-count feature. While at first one may think this change is insignificant, its effects may inflict lasting...

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