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Football team surrounded by uncertainty

 The Wilson Tigers football team enters the upcoming 2017 season surrounded by uncertainty. Last season proved a success, as the Tigers went 9-2 and made it to the Turkey Bowl, but fell short yet again. The Tigers squad was led by All-Met selections, Sean Savoy, Steven Williams Jr., and Khaleb Coleman, it was inevitable that

Gym class hosts badminton tournament

Every year in early fall Desmond Dunham, one of Wilson’s physical education teachers, takes pride in hosting a badminton tournament to rap up the badminton unit in his P.E. II classes. This year’s competition recently concluded after several weeks of preparation. Dunham prepares his classes by teaching them various strokes, and by giving them time

October Sports Calendar

  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 Great American XC Fest 8am (in North Carolina) 2 3 Varsity Volleyball Game vs. Stone Ridge 5:45pm (home)     Varsity Boys’ Soccer Game vs. Banneker 6pm (home)     Varsity Girls’ Soccer Game vs. Banneker 4pm (away) 4 Varsity

Wilson almnus recounts 1970 student walk out

Last year’s production of the musical “Hair” was not an unrealistic interpretation of an event that took place at Wilson in 1970. Following the Kent State Shootings – a massacre at Kent State University on May 4, 1970, by the Ohio National Guard, who opened fire on a student protest of the Vietnam War, killing

Dress code debacle causes dispute

Recently a large group of Wilson students have come together to combat the school’s dress code even though many administrators doubt its enforcement. “I don’t think the dress code is being enforced,” Linda Wanner, a 12th grade assistant principal, said. “I’m not saying we’re not trying to enforce it, but it’s hard.” The official Wilson

School cancelled after a blown fuse leaves Wilson and surrounding buildings without power

A power outage in the Tenleytown area was caused by a blown fuse at around 7:20 a.m. this morning. Wilson and a few surrounding buildings, including Deal Middle School, were affected. At around 9:30 a.m. administrators dismissed students for the day despite ongoing efforts to fix the electrical problem. According to Matt Anderson, a worker

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