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AP Lang students create podcast

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Each year, more people turn to podcasts to consume a wide range of information from basic news updates to peculiar content. Fourteen Whitman students have collaborated to bring the Whitman community its first ever home-grown podcast,

Super Bowl takeaways

The Seahawks prepare kickoff in Super Bowl XLVIII against Denver. Three of five Black & White analysts predict that Seattle will defend its title in Glendale this year. Photo by Scott Singer.

The Super Bowl was everything we hoped it wouldn’t be. Peyton’s “last rodeo” featured key plays by almost every Bronco but Manning himself, two of the league’s most prolific quarterbacks combined for a single touchdown and Cam Newton didn’t have the chance to dab even once.

Weekly news roundup: Feb. 8

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

119 buried under rubble after earthquake in Taiwan So far 34 people have died since the earthquake, which hit Saturday morning. Authorities and rescue workers are currently searching for signs of life under the 17-story building that collapsed. Click here to learn more about the rescue efforts. United Nations condemns North Korean satellite launch The […]

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AP Lang students create podcast

sound-wave

Each year, more people turn to podcasts to consume a wide range of information from basic news updates to peculiar content. Fourteen Whitman students have collaborated to bring the Whitman community its first ever home-grown podcast,

Super Bowl takeaways

The Seahawks prepare kickoff in Super Bowl XLVIII against Denver. Three of five Black & White analysts predict that Seattle will defend its title in Glendale this year. Photo by Scott Singer.

The Super Bowl was everything we hoped it wouldn’t be. Peyton’s “last rodeo” featured key plays by almost every Bronco but Manning himself, two of the league’s most prolific quarterbacks combined for a single touchdown and Cam Newton didn’t have the chance to dab even once.

Weekly news roundup: Feb. 8

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

119 buried under rubble after earthquake in Taiwan So far 34 people have died since the earthquake, which hit Saturday morning. Authorities and rescue workers are currently searching for signs of life under the 17-story building that collapsed. Click here to learn more about the rescue efforts. United Nations condemns North Korean satellite launch The […]

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AP Lang students create podcast

sound-wave

Each year, more people turn to podcasts to consume a wide range of information from basic news updates to peculiar content. Fourteen Whitman students have collaborated to bring the Whitman community its first ever home-grown podcast,

Super Bowl takeaways

The Seahawks prepare kickoff in Super Bowl XLVIII against Denver. Three of five Black & White analysts predict that Seattle will defend its title in Glendale this year. Photo by Scott Singer.

The Super Bowl was everything we hoped it wouldn’t be. Peyton’s “last rodeo” featured key plays by almost every Bronco but Manning himself, two of the league’s most prolific quarterbacks combined for a single touchdown and Cam Newton didn’t have the chance to dab even once.

Weekly news roundup: Feb. 8

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

119 buried under rubble after earthquake in Taiwan So far 34 people have died since the earthquake, which hit Saturday morning. Authorities and rescue workers are currently searching for signs of life under the 17-story building that collapsed. Click here to learn more about the rescue efforts. United Nations condemns North Korean satellite launch The […]

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AP Lang students create podcast

sound-wave

Each year, more people turn to podcasts to consume a wide range of information from basic news updates to peculiar content. Fourteen Whitman students have collaborated to bring the Whitman community its first ever home-grown podcast,

Super Bowl takeaways

The Seahawks prepare kickoff in Super Bowl XLVIII against Denver. Three of five Black & White analysts predict that Seattle will defend its title in Glendale this year. Photo by Scott Singer.

The Super Bowl was everything we hoped it wouldn’t be. Peyton’s “last rodeo” featured key plays by almost every Bronco but Manning himself, two of the league’s most prolific quarterbacks combined for a single touchdown and Cam Newton didn’t have the chance to dab even once.

Weekly news roundup: Feb. 8

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

119 buried under rubble after earthquake in Taiwan So far 34 people have died since the earthquake, which hit Saturday morning. Authorities and rescue workers are currently searching for signs of life under the 17-story building that collapsed. Click here to learn more about the rescue efforts. United Nations condemns North Korean satellite launch The […]

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Transcript secretary Susan Katz resigns

Any student who ever applied to college, dropped off a completed SSL form or registered for AP exams remembers transcript secretary Susan Katz. Katz received a job offer from Rosemary Hills Elementary School in Silver Spring to become their new administrative secretary.

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