The now 8–5 baseball team overcame an early deficit to trump the Rockville Rams 10-3 Saturday.
Carl Wilkens, the only American who chose to stay in Rwanda during the genocide in the mid-1990s, sat down with Whitman history classes Wed. April 22 to discuss his experiences in Rwanda.
The sweet smell of pastries mingled with cigarette smoke as the hum of laughter filled the room. All embraced one another and reminisced on their newfound memories, promising to keep in touch.
This past Saturday, around 800 people came out to Olney to run in “Dee’s Dash,” a race to commemorate the life of Denise Schaefer, a Magruder High School counselor and the wife of Whitman English teacher Geoff Schaefer. Denise passed away after a brief illness almost a year ago.
As the final five minutes of eighth period tick by, the bell marks more than just the end of the school day in the weeks leading up to prom. At 2:10 the bell rings, seemingly saying, “ready, set, go!” for seniors to race off to the parking lot to witness or take part in “promposals.”
Police arrested a male sophomore for marijuana possession at around 11:00 a.m. Feb. 17, according to a county police spokesman.