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SGA unveils new initiative to combat sexual misconduct
District adds third gender option on school enrollment forms
DC Council suspends bill to lower voting age to 16
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  • Las elecciones de medio término definirá el futuro para los latinos November 4, 2018
  • Mi impresión de Wilson como estudiante de intercambio October 23, 2018
  • “One Day”; una llamada para la unidad October 9, 2018
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Black men are still being lynched and no one cares

A Very Wilson Thanksgiving

November 14, 2018

DC deserves real representation

November 13, 2018

America should side with principle, not politics, for Jamal Khashoggi

November 13, 2018

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Recent Sports Scores
  • Sunday, November 11

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 3 - St. Johns 3

  • Saturday, November 10

    Football

    Wilson 13 - Ballou 27

  • Thursday, November 8

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 2 - Gonzaga 1

  • Thursday, November 1

    Soccer

    Wilson 2 - Walls 1

  • Monday, October 22

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 2 - Roosevelt 1

  • Saturday, October 20

    Boys Soccer

    Wilson 6 - Flint Hill 1

  • Saturday, October 20

    Football

    Wilson 34 - Roosevelt 6

  • Thursday, October 18

    Field Hockey

    Wilson 2 - Walls 1

  • Saturday, October 13

    Football

    Wilson 0 - HD Woodson 19

  • Friday, October 5

    Football

    Wilson 28 - Ballou 12

Holiday festivities at the Wharf

Anna Arnsberger and Amelia Bergeron | December 10, 2018

You may already know of the annual White House Christmas tree lighting or the Washington Ballet’s “Nutcracker” performances, but the District’s Holiday Boat Parade is a hidden gem to add to your list of local holiday festivities. This 27-year-old annual DC and Virginia tradition is a merry way to get into the winter spirit. This year’s event, held on December 1, did not disappoint with...

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The caged bird sings at Songbyrd Cafe

Margot Durfee | December 10, 2018

It was a cold, brisk Thursday evening. People huddled behind foggy windows in restaurants and the streets were mostly empty. My friend and I rushed down the street to a small, brick building with a purple neon sign that read “SongByrd Cafe”. A deep tempo thumped through the walls and jazz music floated out from under the front door. Walking in, the cafe was dimly lit. People sat talking at...

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Track team has championship aspirations

Ethan Leifman, Alex Cirino | December 7, 2018

The Track and Field team has been one of Wilson’s the most successful athletic programs. The program is led by Head Coaches Tia Clemmons and Emily Farrar. With the boys Cross-Country team finishing second place in the DCSAA State Championship and the girls team coming in first, there is plenty of belief amongst them all that the success will carry over to the track seasons. The boys team is entering...

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WilsonLive surges into its second year

Jamie Stewart-Aday | November 12, 2018

If you look up during a football or soccer game, you can sometimes see Athletic Director Mitch Gore or Instructional Coach David Thompson peering out the window of a fourth-floor classroom to try and get a better look. You may see some students as well, holding a camera and talking, seemingly to no one. What you won’t see, though, is the countless hours spent over the past two years putting on Wilson’s...

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