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Students’ Perspective in Online School: How COVID-19 Affects Students and Their Decisions

Elena Gomez, Writer February 12, 2021

There are more students who take online classes than the students who are going to school, a big percentage of students have the same reasons. 2020 was a different year for everyone, but students, in particular,...

High School Anxiety

Faith Tyburski, Editor June 5, 2020

Everyone struggles in highschool and faces anxieties.  Almost everyone experiences anxiety that is not necessarily always extreme, but can still be troubling. In fact, anxiety can be quite common in...

Try to think of the Good!

Faith Tyburski , Editor June 5, 2020

Seven AM. The same time as the day before. They say to keep a schedule, so I do, as best I can. It feels like Groundhog Day, the same as yesterday: brush my teeth, have breakfast, do school work. Maybe...

sabelle and Doomguy: The friendship that should not have been. 

Sebastian Rosa June 5, 2020

As we approach week 726 of quarantine on our little island in the Atlantic, it feels like we should look back and reflect on how our self-imposed isolation has affected us and the greater world. Many unfortunate...

Are New Year’s Resolutions Even a Big Trend Nowadays?

Are New Year’s Resolutions Even a Big Trend Nowadays?

Ashar Farooq, Managing Editor January 31, 2018

New Year’s 2018 has come and gone, and the air is filled with hope — specifically the hopes of those who wish to finally achieve their long-standing goals of improving themselves, to shed those last...

Editors on the Issues: Midterms

Editors on the Issues: Midterms

This week, Whitman students will sit for the inaugural administration of midterms. The ambiguity and suddenness of these exams have proven to be controversial among students and teachers. To fairly preface...

The “Thirteen Reasons Why” Controversy

The “Thirteen Reasons Why” Controversy

Kayla Sakayan/Natalie Ugenti, Opinion Writers May 18, 2017

The new Netflix series “Thirteen Reasons Why” has brought up the need for discussion in the teenage and adult communities. If you are one of the many who have watched this empowering, yet controversial...

Why Being Deep Is Hard

Why Being Deep Is Hard

Sean Duclay, Contributing Writer May 2, 2017

Since the very first communities have been established by humans, societies have formed their own ideologies and culture. From the social pyramid of Egypt, the Indian caste system, and the hierarchical...

The Truth About Common Core

The Truth About Common Core

The topic of Common Core standards has been a prominent issue in schools all across America since it was introduced. Many students, no matter how young they may be, have had to use this approach to solving...

La La Land vs. Moonlight: Another Award Show Mixup

La La Land vs. Moonlight: Another Award Show Mixup

Rebecca LaManna, Opinion Editor May 2, 2017

After the countless racist accusations directed at the 2016 Oscars, this year’s annual awards night was certainly a hot topic. Many movies that showcased people of color, as well as the actors and actresses...

Social Media: Friend or Faux?

Social Media: Friend or Faux?

Kayla Sakayan and Natalie Ugenti February 11, 2017

Wikipedia defines social media as “Computer-mediated technologies that allow the creating and sharing of information, ideas, career interests and other forms of expression via virtual communities and...

Are Art and Music Unappreciated at Walt Whitman?

Are Art and Music Unappreciated at Walt Whitman?

Jasmine Haug, Opinion Writer January 7, 2017
Do high schools offer enough support for art and music? Everyone at school has his or her own niche and talent, whether it be in music, drawing, athletics or theater. However, there is debate over whether or not the arts and the athletic programs receive equal amounts of funding and representation in the district.
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