Technology like Netflix and Hulu make good ol' movie theaters under appreciated. In an attempt to bring back a dying trend, Black & White scoured the area to find the best under-the-radar theaters. (continue reading...)
Every 15 Minutes concluded today with an assembly, which featured a video explaining the story and aftermath of yesterday’s car crash as well as letter-reading by participating students and their family members.
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As students settled in their seats first period, SGA president Zach Schloss solemnly announced that senior Emily Park had died as a result of a drunk driving accident. For the remainder of the day, the death toll mounted, as Schloss and SGA secretary Sarah Backenstoe proclaimed new fatalities every 15 minutes. (continue reading...)
Drug abuse and teenage sex don’t always equal TV success. MTV’s version of the popular British show "Skins" has attracted criticism for its controversial scenes of teens doing drugs and having sex.
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Continuing the concert series from last year, 13 students performed pieces from artists like Frank Sinatra and musicals like Phantom of the Opera in the first annual 'Classical Me' Feb. 8.
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This April, students won’t dress up in velvet robes and colorful tights, catapults won’t line the softball field and Walt Whitman High School won’t travel back in time to the Renaissance. (continue reading...)