The Whittier Miscellany

The Importance of Politics

Olivia O'Donnell, Columnist

November 6, 2017

    “Yale, where do you stand?” the stark white letters brazenly read.      Unlike the various other posters hung one after another on a noticeboard at the university’s campus, this perfervid question dema...

The North Korean Conflict

Ellie Bradley, News Writer

November 6, 2017

    Both the nation and the world watches fearfully as Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, trade insults. As the most powerful nation in the world rubs against the most unstable, it leaves people hoping that tensi...

Will Journalism Survive the Modern World?

Cecilia Ergueta, Columnist

November 6, 2017

          “You are the future.” Whether spoken half-jestingly, proudly, emphatically, or even desperately, these words grew to become “old news” at the 2017 Al Neuharth Journalism and Free Spirit Conference. The fiv...

Wilmington Friends will put on “The Crucible”

Matt Byer, Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2017

Cries of hidden witches and devils behind pointed fingers pervade a town gripped by hysteria and vengeance. This is the world of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” a dramatized and partially fictionalized retelling of the Salem...

Summer Reading Reccomendations

Cecilia Ergueta, Columnist

June 30, 2017

“Reading gives us some place to go when we have to stay where we are.” It doesn’t matter whether you’re traveling or staying home this summer; as we turn the page from school to vacation, here’s a list of facult...

Pumping up for Fall Sports!

Krystal Xu, Sports Writer

June 2, 2017

As summer quickly approaches, so does the arrival of the upcoming Fall sports season. With the end of Spring sports, WFS students are already preparing for the fall and look forward to a new year of sports. The Fall teams demon...

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