The Montgomery County police are responding to reports of a shooting at Montgomery Mall.
On a typical night in Downtown Bethesda, you’ll find most restaurants packed with adults who have the money to spend on the high-end dining options that the area has to offer.
Juniors Andrew Constable and Brian Fisher placed in the top ten at the international DECA conference in Nashville April 26 in their respective events, making this the DECA club’s best season ever.
Graphic by Charlotte Alden. Major renovations are scheduled to take place at Whitman over the summer, giving the school a necessary update and helping to accommodate the growing student body.
After all the ballots were turned in and counted Tuesday, the results were announced for the Maryland primary. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump narrowly secured a majority, winning 54 percent of the Republican vote. Hillary Clinton gained a more substantial lead, winning 63 percent of the Democratic vote.
The baseball team (12–3) was shut out 1–0 by the defending state champions Gaithersburg Trojans in a defensive showdown on Tuesday.
The baseball team (12–2) overcame an early deficit to triumph over the Blake Bengals 3–2 on Saturday.
Buildings up to 110 feet, packed residential units and flooded classrooms. This is what Montgomery County residents will face with the implementation of the redevelopment plan for the Westbard Shopping Center. The vote on the Westbard plan has been delayed and revised for months, but the final vote passed today in the County Council.
The boys tennis team finished off their regular season strong with a 7–0 win against the Gaithersburg Trojans.
The boys lacrosse team (7–4) won their fourth consecutive game 14–2 against the Gaithersburg Trojans on Saturday morning. During this winning streak, the Vikings have won three of the four by over 10 points.
The girls lacrosse team (9–2) won their fifth consecutive game Saturday against the Gaithersburg Trojans 17–3 behind a dominant defensive performance.
The girls lacrosse team (8–2) crushed the Blair Blazers 18–2 Wednesday behind long possessions and a patient offense.
The coed volleyball team (7–2) succumbed to the Damascus Swarmin’ Hornets in straight sets Monday, suffering their second loss of the season.
Graphic by Charlotte Alden. Incumbent Eric Guerci won the SMOB seat, making him one of four students to serve a second term as a board member. SGA President and Vice President positions were left undecided, resulting in Whitman’s first ever run-off election between juniors Ari Gutman and Ari Neugeboren which Gutman eventually won. Voting for […]