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Wilson athletes earn All-Met honors

The Washington Post honors the area’s top athletes in each sport for the fall, winter, and spring seasons. A First Team, Coach of the Year, sometimes a Second Team, and Honorable Mentions are named for each respective sport. In addition to Wilson’s exceptional year filled with team championships, the following Wilson athletes took home this

2016 Spring Athletic Awards

  Senior Male Athlete of the Year: Drew Glick (Boys Cross Country & Track and Field) Won three titles (1600m, 3200m, and 4x800m relay) at DCSAA championship, broke the DCSAA record for the mile, and is a finalist for the DC Gatorade Boys Track and Field Player of the Year; will run at the University

Neighborhood Spotlight: Cleveland Park

Charming is the first word that comes to mind when I’m standing on Connecticut Avenue, in-between Uptown Theater and Sam’s Park & Shop. If I squint away the Chipotle and California Tortilla, I feel like I’m in a different era. It’s no wonder, given the presence of stores like Vace Italian Deli and the Brookville

DC Current signs Wilson frisbee player

On April 28, the DC Current, one of the District’s professional ultimate frisbee teams, announced the signing of Wilson senior Jake Radack. The Current released a statement saying “Joining the Current will be two-year veteran, Freddie Tsai, and two practice squad players Jake Radack, and Austin Bartenstein. The new additions bring the active roster to

Tenleytown community gathers to discuss safety

A community meeting was held on Saturday, April 30 at the American University Law Center for residents of Ward 3 in light of recent crime in the area, some of which affected the Wilson community. The meeting was led by Mayor Muriel Bowser, Councilwoman Mary Cheh, DC Police, Metro Transit Police, and Wilson administrator Alex

Dress code debacle causes dispute

Recently a large group of Wilson students have come together to combat the school’s dress code even though many administrators doubt its enforcement. “I don’t think the dress code is being enforced,” Linda Wanner, a 12th grade assistant principal, said. “I’m not saying we’re not trying to enforce it, but it’s hard.” The official Wilson