The Black & White interviewed Mark Eaton, who writes and performs for the Capitol Steps. The musical and political humor group will perform at Whitman March 10, with proceeds benefiting Post Prom.
On Sundays, student chatter and cafeteria clatter are absent from the area around Whitman’s lunchroom, the halls filled instead by crooning Spanish songs. It’s 10:30 a.m. and the cafeteria’s weekday student occupants have been replaced by another group: Ministerios El Shaddai, a Spanish-language Evangelical congregation.
After students in a cheating ring in Long Island paid other teens thousands of dollars to take tests for them over the last few years, SAT and ACT test-makers created more stringent testing identification policies that will begin next fall. Though these measures will prevent most students from cheating, they still might not be strict enough to deter determined cheaters.
Apple has a reputation for being clean: clean designs, clean computers, and up until now, a relatively clean reputation. But the company’s recent reports have exposed its suppliers’ failure to adhere to Apple’s standards for working conditions.
Longtime Bethesda resident Mary Giere can remember when downtown Bethesda consisted of little more than a row of rundown shops, a church, a school and a theater. Today, she says, there isn’t an inch left to develop.
Known for his bright smile, readiness to learn and love of the color red, student Nick Gallagher passed away Jan. 10 of natural causes. He was 17.
A six-foot inflatable snow globe rests in the center of the lawn, flanked by massive inflatable snowmen that loom over assorted seasonal knick-knacks.
Twelve students traveled to Denmark Nov. 18 to 26 during the first Whitman exchange trip to Denmark. I wanted to attend to learn more about Denmark for my European history class and to experience another country.