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Martin Luther King’s dream still being heard

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have a Dream” speech was delivered at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom 53 years ago, but with its plea for an end to police brutality and racial injustice in our nation, it could have been delivered today. This is why senior Sophie ReVeal suggested an outdoor

Principal Cahall Resigns from Wilson Effective Immediately

BY SOPHIE REVEAL AND EMMA BUZBEE Principal Cahall of Woodrow Wilson High School has resigned, effective immediately. According to a letter sent from Chancellor Kaya Henderson on December 23 to the Wilson Senior High School Community, Wilson’s “Assistant Principal Gregory Bargeman will lead Wilson for the remainder of the year as Interim Principal.” Although Chancellor

Girls Varsity Soccer Looks to Turn Season Around as Playoffs Approach

BY MATTHEW SMEE, WEB SPORTS EDITOR PHOTOS BY SARAH TORRESEN With the DCIAA soccer playoffs just around the corner, the Girls Varsity soccer team is starting to pick up the intensity. With a 5-0 win against Bell, the girls have one game remaining (Sidwell, on their homecoming, October 18th) before the season comes to a close. What

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

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

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