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On the first Friday of every month, the video game club hosts a tournament at which all students are free to compete.
The MVA announced on Tuesday that parallel parking will no longer be a requirement on the state driver’s license test. The MVA claims that parallel parking is not a necessary evaluation of one’s driving capabilities, but still encourages new drivers to learn the skill. “In analyzing the skills test, it was determined that the currently […]
“The Board wishes to appoint [Larry Bowers] interim superintendent for one more year beginning July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016,” MCPS Board President Patricia O’Neil announced at the MCPS Board meeting today. Prior to his reappointment as interim superintendent, Bowers filled in the position for Joshua Starr. Starr interrupted his tenure to step down […]
Junior varsity sports teams are the foundation for young Whitman athletes, helping them prepare for the intensity and speed of varsity competition. On each team, standout players have proven that they’re ready to play at a higher level. Here are some of this season’s top JV athletes:
Now that AP exams are over and you’ve spent hours trying, and sometimes failing, to memorize maps of the rivers in China for AP World or ingrain the periodic table into your brain for AP Chemistry—what if I told you that there was a way to memorize it all?
It takes just six boys with a whole lot of passion and talent creating some jazzy tunes, and suddenly the whole crowd is dancing.
Thirteen nominated senior boys demonstrated a wide array of talents this Friday, with acts ranging from reciting poetry to twerking to dancing to Beyonce as they vied for the prized title of “Mr.Whitman”.
Last Thursday, MCPS was hit with a pair of blistering blows: a $17 million budget cut issued by Gov. Larry Hogan on top of the $53 million already hacked away by the revenue-bereft County Council the very same day.
MCPS Board President Patricia O’Neill announced the withdrawal of preferred candidate Andrew Houlihan from the search to find MCPS’s new superintendent today.
The County Council announced yesterday that they will underfund MCPS’s budget request by $53 million. This news, combined with Governor Larry Hogan’s $17 million cuts announced the same day, forces MCPS to cut per-pupil spending to its lowest level in a decade.
MCPS Board President Patricia O’Neill has identified Andrew Houlihan, chief academic officer of the Houston Independent School District (HISD), as the preferred candidate to be the new superintendent of MCPS.
The girls lacrosse team was eliminated from playoff contention on Friday night against the Bel Air Bobcats, falling 13-1.
School spirit is largely associated with dressing up in school colors and attending or participating in athletics events. This past year, senior Guilan Massoud chose to manifest his enthusiasm for his school differently—through rapping.