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They Sing The Body Electric

They Sing The Body Electric

Rebecca LaManna, Opinion Editor

May 18, 2017

The Body Electric is an annual event at Walt Whitman High School, which dedicates a night to celebrating the arts. Whether you are a skilled writer, dancer, or musician, The Body Electric presents an opportunity to show off your skills or just be a member of the audience. Yes, the event revolves around...

Winter Sports Mid-Season

Winter Sports Mid-Season

Nick Miata, Sports Writer

February 11, 2017

With the next season of Whitman sports underway, let’s take a look at our winter teams and their accomplishments thus far. Girls’ basketball has gotten off to a great start, going undefeated in their first five games. This can be contributed to the team’s fast-paced...

Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Latko

Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Latko

Joseph VanGostein, Co-Managing Editor

January 7, 2017

This year, Mrs. Latko has been selected Teacher of The Year for Walt Whitman High School. Here is a little inside look into who Mrs. Latko is, through her own words.

Students Grading Teachers?

Students Grading Teachers?

Jasmine Haug, Opinion Writer

January 7, 2017

How would you feel if you could grade your science or math teacher? Teachers today grade their students on homework assignments and tests, but what if students were able to take a survey to grade their teachers? The quality of educators varies from state to state; therefore, by having these student evaluations it can help ensure that they are getting the education they deserve. Giving students the opportunity to evaluate their own teachers will provide constructive criticism on classroom instruction.

High School Foreign Language Classes: Are They Worth it?

High School Foreign Language Classes: Are They Worth it?

Meghan Italo, Opinion Writer

January 3, 2017

I have heard many students say their foreign language classes are not important. Some say it is unnecessary and does not do enough to help them learn another language; they would rather focus on the classes that really matter. How true are these statements? Are language classes more beneficial than these Whitman students think?

Freshman Year

Freshman Year

Kayla Sakayan and Natalie Ugenti

November 6, 2016

Freshman year; the year when 9th graders take a leap of faith in their educational careers and dive into the new adventures of high school. For most, this can be scary, considering freshman are no longer the big fish in the little pond. From meeting new people to fostering old friendships, high school can be a rollercoaster filled with ups and downs.

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