BY EMMA BUZBEE, NEWS EDITOR Cold silence from about 100 Sidwell students greeted three women from the Westboro Baptist Church as they protested outside Sidwell Friends School from 7:15 to 8:00 a.m. on November 11. The church’s homophobic chants, colorful signs, and parodies of pop songs, all aspects of the normal Westboro routine, were present
via GIPHY Sean Savoy, 11th grade, getting tackled during Wilson’s Homecoming football game against the Anacostia Indians on October 24th, 2015.
The members of Wilson’s 2015-2016 National Honors Society chapter were inducted during a ceremony held in the auditorium on October 7. There were 108 junior and senior students inducted into the chapter, which is sponsored by social studies teachers Robert Geremia and Jonathan Shea, and chaired by math teacher Elaine Smith. The event featured speeches
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BY ELLIE MELICK, CO-OPINIONS EDITOR Wilson’s third-annual Pride Day on May 27 was a bangin’ hit — although it wasn’t quite as flamin’ as last year’s. Seemingly of out-of-the-blue (or should I say, the rainbow), few students even realized it was Pride Day before they saw the posters on their way to first period the day
BY CARL STEWART, VIDEOGRAPHER On Friday, May 1, 2015, Wilson students and members of the Wilson Best Buddies Chapter attended the Best Buddies Prom at the Howard Theatre. The event was hosted by the Capital Region Best Buddies organization. This is the inaugural year for the Wilson Best Buddies Chapter. Devoted to creating friendships between students