This afternoon, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan requested that the federal government cease any resettlement of Syrian refugees in Maryland on the grounds that resettlement would jeopardize “the safety and security of Marylanders.”
Every day, 105 people die of suicide, and a disproportionate amount of them are high school students.
Over the past few days, the administration established new safety standards to improve classroom security in emergency situations.
Students did poorly on last spring’s PARCC tests, according to a new report by the Maryland State Department of Education. More than half of students at the school, county and state level did not meet scoring expectations. Though Whitman did better than MCPS and Maryland as a whole, only a low percentage of students received […]
The SGA announced today that it will cancel certain LLS month events to hold the program “Every 15 Minutes” in March.
When the word Thanksgiving comes to mind, we’re reminded of familial gatherings and fall leaves scattered along neighborhood streets. Undoubtedly, we also remember the centerpiece of the feast: the crispy, juicy turkey.
In this year’s presidential race, we’ve seen a neurosurgeon claiming to have stabbed his friend, a wealthy businessman whipping to Drake’s “Hotline Bling” on SNL and a self-proclaimed socialist dancing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
You take out your phone, open Snapchat and take a quick selfie.
The ice hockey team tied 3–3 for the second week in a row Friday night, making a stunning comeback against the Wootton Patriots.
The ice hockey team tied Walter Johnson 3–3 in a back-and-forth match. After the match, while collecting their gear in the locker room, the team discovered that many of their wallets were missing money, some of them up to $150.
After more than two months of memorizing, rehearsing, directing, staging and creating, Whitman Drama is prepared to kill it at this year’s annual musical.
Principal Alan Goodwin received widespread media attention for sending an email urging parents to stop hosting drinking parties. News stations FOX, WTOP and NBC used the words “scathing,” “direct” and “emotional” to describe the email.
The cheer squad took home the program’s first-ever county championship title Saturday, placing first in the Division III bracket.