Below is a letter sent out by Principal Kimberly Martin on October 30 about how she felt about spirit week. For most members of the Wilson community; staff, parents and students, I’m sure it comes as no surprise to learn that I struggle mightily with Spirit Week. While I love revelry and celebration as much
Wilson’s bleachers were filled Saturday afternoon as the football team took on the Eastern Ramblers in the annual homecoming game. Students and teachers came back to Wilson in the midst of a three-day weekend, while alumni came from near and far to cheer on the Tigers. Not only was this day special because of planned
BY ERIC VIERA, CONTRIBUTOR PHOTO BY CARL STEWART, PHOTO EDITOR
Spirit week, one of the most beloved weeks of the school year, took place this past week. The week is a time-honored tradition at Wilson, bringing the school community together before the homecoming football game. This year’s spirit week began last Tuesday, October 20, with Twin Day. Students picked a friend to twin with and
BY ANNIE ROSENTHAL, CO-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF It all started as a joke. Senior Emiliano Muñoz was listed in the yearbook twice last year–once as “Emiliano” and once as “Emiciano.” When it came time to sign up for Homecoming Court elections, he had an idea: “I wanted Emiliano to be king and Emiciano to be queen,” he said.
BY EDEN BRESLOW AND ZOLA CANADY
PHOTOS BY: Anna Bucknum, Maya Edwards, Rochelle O’Brien, Carl Stewart