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Wilson students shine at Arts Fest

Wilson students shine at Arts Fest

Meg Buzbee
May 27, 2017
Filed under Style

The Wilson Atrium, usually only home to a fishy stench and kids ditching class, came alive with art on May 25 during the fourth annual Wilson Arts Fest. There was a huge drawing hanging over the front entrance, an open mic by the cafeteria, and numerous tables, each with a different student selling art...

Poetry Club places first at Louder Than a Bomb, due to perform at Kennedy Center

Poetry Club places first at Louder Than a Bomb, due to perform at Kennedy Center

Ellida Parker
May 10, 2017
Filed under News

The Wilson Poetry Club won first place in the preliminary round of the Louder Than A Bomb slam poetry tournament at BusBoys and Poets this Sunday, May 7th, paving the way for their ascension to the final round of the competition on May 13th at the Kennedy Center. Louder Than A Bomb, hosted by the DC youth po...

Wilson honors Black History Month with assembly celebration

Ethan Leifman
March 1, 2018
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On Friday, February 23rd, Wilson hosted its annual Black History Month assembly to celebrating Black history and culture on a citywide and national level. The assembly began with the JROTC color guard march followed by an inspiring rendition of the national anthem by choir teacher Lori Williams. In a nod...

Donald Trump: To impeach or not to impeach

Donald Trump: To impeach or not to impeach

Nasirah Fair and Jamie Stewart-Aday
February 23, 2018
Filed under Opinions

Impeach him! By Nasirah Fair President Donald Trump has been in office for a little over 400 days now, and yes, I am counting. Trump imitates the role of president so abominably, that it has become more of a shame than an honor to say I am American. Don’t get me wrong, this country has seen ugl...

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