Photos by LUC NIKIEMA, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Wilson’s 2015 prom was on Friday May 29, at the Carnegie Library. The theme was Casino Royale, complete with gaming tables and play money. Congrats to our 2015 prom king and queen: Devin Rivera and Mykia Washington. View our slideshow of some of the evening’s highlights below!
The masses gathered in the main gym this past Thursday, April 9 to watch the annual student-faculty basketball game. The faculty took home another win with the final score being 64-56. Better luck next time students! PHOTOS BY: Luc Nikiema EDITED BY: Rochelle O’Brien, Photo Editor
BY GREG KOPETSKY, WEB FEATURES EDITOR It’s a celebration of crossovers, showboating, and terrible shot selection. It’s March, ladies and gentlemen, and intramural basketball is in full swing at Wilson. This month, 9 teams entered the tournament to compete for the intramural trophy and the bragging rights that come with it. Like every year, games have been played every
PHOTOS COURTESY OF DIANE DRAGAUD The Wilson Robotics team travelled to Mexico for the FIRST Mexico City regional robotics competition which took place from March 4th through 7th. Wilson was the only team from the United States participating in the competition and placed second overall.
BY LAUREN REVEAL, MANAGING EDITOR AND SARAH TORRESEN, VISUAL CONTENT EDITOR The main gym at H.D. Woodson Senior High School was quiet at 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, March 7. Here, 24 Wilson students joined over 100 DCPS students in grades four through 12 for the first annual District of Columbia Public Schools Archery Tournament. Participants
Wilson faculty and students participated in a four and a half minute die-in at STEP on Friday to protest non-indictment verdicts in police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. PHOTOGRAPHY BY: CARL STEWART AND CLAIRE PARKER
PHOTOS BY HENRY SHULDINER
On Friday, November 14, the varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen boys and girls basketball teams were introduced at the annual Tiger Madness event. The teams ran lay-up lines, did a few drills, and scrimmaged in front of eager basketball fans and parents. There were also half court shot competitions and various other activities which the fans could
BY CLAIRE PARKER, CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Wilson students saw a wide range of personalities and beliefs displayed at the mayoral candidate forum hosted by DC history teachers on October 27. In an effort to appeal to young voters before the November 4 election, candidates spoke about topics ranging from education to marijuana to the importance of equestrian
PHOTOS BY ELLIE LE BLANC