Photo of the Day: October 23
A student plays “Words With Friends,” an increasingly popular game among students. Photo by Jonah Rosen.
Photo courtesy Michelle Hilaire.
Glen Echo Park offers unique, creative classes
After a day filled with academic stress, unwind and find your newest hobby at one of the unique classes offered at Glen Echo Park.
Handball finishes season with 18-14 win over Northwood
The 2-4 co-ed allied handball team ended their season on a high note, defeating the Northwood Gladiators 18-14 Wednesday.
Girls volleyball sweeps Paint Branch 3-0
The girls volleyball team won a crucial game Wednesday night sweeping the 7-7 Paint Branch Panthers on the road 3-0.
A beginner’s guide to surviving The Common App
Ah, the Common App. That thing you’re only doing because teachers stopped assigning homework and you have a surplus of free time.
Psych lab rats gone missing
It’s been a hectic week in the back room connected to psychology teacher Sheryl Freedman’s classroom, home of lab rats “Big Momma” and the “Notorious R.A.T.”.
Teachers attend annual convention during day off
Every year, students look forward to a seemingly random Friday in mid-October when they can sleep in, enjoy the fall weather and catch up on homework. Some teachers, however, have a different agenda.
Girls volleyball gets swept 3-0 by Wootton
The girls volleyball team was swept by the 10-2 Wootton Patriots on Monday night, falling 3-0 in sets.
Sam and Will Arnesen hoist with Bronx Science debate coach Jon Cruz. The Arnesens had to use the LD trophy since the team had left the PF trophies at Whitman. Photo courtesy Sam Arnesen.
Junior twins win New York City debate tournament
Junior twins Sam and Will Arnesen won the New York City Invitational debate tournament at Bronx Science High School this past weekend after 19 grueling rounds.
Letter from the Editors: presenting the new Black & White Online
Dear readers, After several months of designing, programming and editing, we are thrilled to launch our full website redesign.
Whitman Constitution: A powerful but overlooked document
You’re elected fourth period delegate, perhaps just because you want to get out of class or were the only kid interested enough to participate. Chances are, you don’t think that your job entails more than a visit to the cafeteria once a month and listening to Whitman news.
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