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Photo of the Day: April 17

The NASA space shuttle Discovery flies over Whitman today on its tour over D.C. The shuttle traveled from Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Photo by Charles Hemsley.

The NASA space shuttle Discovery flies over Whitman today on its tour over D.C. The shuttle traveled to D.C. from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where it stayed after returning from the International Space Station in March.

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Photo of the Day: April 18

Photo courtesy Serena Russell.

Senior Serena Russell won the Photo Club’s third contest of the year last month. The theme was “Something Red.” For more information about the club, please contact junior Talia Levinas. Share This:

Photo of the Day: March 15

Workers deliver mulch to school this evening in preparation for the annual Whitman All Sports Boosters Mulch Sale. Come to the parking lot starting at 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning to pick up Photo by Annie Katz.

Workers deliver mulch to school this evening in preparation for the annual Whitman All Sports Boosters Mulch Sale. Come to the parking lot starting at 8:00 a.m. Saturday to buy mulch at $5.50 per three cubic foot bag.

Photo of the Day: March 6

Photo of the Day: March 6

Dozens of students shared the “KONY 2012” video on Facebook today, after the organization Invisible Children premiered the video online to raise awareness about Joseph Kony, who leads the Lord’s Resistance Army in central Africa and abducts children for child soldiers and sex slaves. Share This:

Photo of the Day: March 2

Senior Evan Reeves collects donations for his beard/mustache today in the last day of Battle of the Beards fundraiser for Leukemia and Lymphoma month. Another student competitor, senior Andrew Feder, won with over $1200. Photo by Abby Cutler.

Senior Evan Reeves collects donations for his beard/mustache today in the last day of the Battle of the Beards fundraiser for Leukemia and Lymphoma month. Another student competitor, senior Andrew Feder, won with over $1,200.

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Vegan students give thanks for turkey-free dinner alternatives

Let’s talk turkey. Or rather, as vegans might prefer, tofurkey. This November, one percent of Americans ages eight to 18 will eat an animal-free Thanksgiving meal, according to a 2009 study by the Vegetarian Recourse Group. But considering that meat is the staple of this American tradition, many wonder how vegans survive turkey day.

Students visit Kronberg Castle, the setting for Shakespeare's "Hamlet," during a trip to Denmark Nov. 18 to 25. The students, chaperoned by English teacher Beth Rockwell and social studies department head Robert Mathis, are staying with host families. Photo courtesy Beth Rockwell.

Photo of the Day: November 21

Students visit Kronborg Castle, the setting for Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” during a trip to Denmark Nov. 18 to 25. The students, chaperoned by English teacher Beth Rockwell and social studies department head Robert Mathis, are staying with host families.

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