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Do not be fooled by their soft pastel hues. These cups are made of steel on the inside, and they can endure many more challenges than a typical water bottle.

Why the Stanley tumblers are worth tumbling over for

By Catherine Chan, Assistant Online Editor February 1, 2024

Waking up early for school is never easy, WCHS students often find themselves rushing out the door at the very last minute. But if there is one thing WCHS students will not forget, it is their 40 oz—vibrantly...

Children in the Philippines are all smiles and full of laughter when receiving their shoebox from Samaritans Purse Operation Christmas Child Initiative. This initiative is one example of many that aims to spread the holiday joy to less fortunate children.

‘Tis the season of giving: cozy causes worth melting for

By Catherine Chan, Assistant Online Editor December 18, 2023

December. A season of external cold, but internal warmth. A season where friends and family reunite and most importantly, express their joy with one another through gift giving. The best gift anyone can...

The WCHS Mama Mia cast is all smiles when rehearsing their last number, Mama Mia, before they take their final bows.

Behind the scenes of WCHS’ fall musical: “Mama Mia!”

By Catherine Chan, Assistant Online Editor November 13, 2023

Mamma Mia! Here we go again! After weeks of long and intense rehearsals, the WCHS Mamma Mia cast is ready to showcase their take on yet another well-known musical. They understand that the “winner takes...

Starting on November 17,2023, Brookside Gardens annual Garden of Lights will be available for public showing where individuals can enjoy an evening stroll surrounded by illuminating lights of all sorts. This is one example out of many activities and events that will be held during the month of November to help people get into the holiday spirit.

Montgomery County creates new November festivities to start off the holiday season

By Catherine Chan, Assistant Online Editor November 10, 2023

Autumn is a season of change. Green trees become red, yellow and orange. Days sooner become nights. T-shirts and shorts turn into sweaters and pants. Change never comes easy and with the sun too shy to...

The Fire Science and Rescue Academy students are fully dressed in proper firefighting gear for a uniform check.

MCPS career programs ignite new passions

By Catherine Chan, Assistant Online Editor October 18, 2023

By now, WCHS students have likely grown tired of  the announcement: “Attention to all Thomas Edison and Fire Academy participants, please report to the bus loop.” However, what exactly are these programs...

Registation for the MCPS Central High School Program (CHSSP) is now available. Students may now register to complete one full-credit course over the summer.

Soak up the sun and knowledge at MCPS summer school

By Catherine Chan, Assistant Online Editor June 6, 2023

Sunshine. Travel. Beach. Friends. Ice cream. These are often the words that come to mind when students think about summer. However, for other students, summer reminds them more of pencils, paper and Zoom...

The popular Tri-Fecta dish includes a generous portion of waffles, eggs, and bacon. It is one of First Watchs most classic favorites that families like to delight in to start their day off right.

Celebrate Mother’s Day at local restaurants

By Catherine Chan, Staff Writer May 16, 2023

Food not only fuels the stomach but fuels the soul. The taste, smell, and texture of a dish can bring back core memories of a special moment in time. As Mother’s Day approaches, here are some nearby...

WCHS Fem Lit club had a fundraiser for the Maryland Food Bank organization in support of providing underprivileged children with literacy resources. They raised a total of $500 from selling baked goods.

Shattering the glass ceiling in Women’s History Month

By Catherine Chan, Staff Writer March 28, 2023

Women belong in the kitchen. Women should obey the requests of their husbands. Women should not go to school. Women should not vote. In the 1900s, these were all common stereotypical sayings about the...

WCHS Senior Jeffrey Yee weaves between two Whitman defenders after catching a pass during the first game of the Bulldogs season.

The WCHS varsity football team has a short and exciting fall season

By Andrew Chan, Editor-in-Chief April 21, 2021

For months the pristine WCHS football field lay untouched, as many saw their seasons canceled by COVID-19. However, in March, WCHS football made its triumphant return. The Bulldogs stormed back onto the...

World of Wonders has quickly shot into relevancy after being Barnes and Nobles Book of the Year.

“World of Wonders” wins Barnes and Noble’s “Book of the Year”

By Andrew Chan, Editor-in-Chief March 25, 2021

Each year, booksellers from around the country vote on a novel that is truly profound, beautiful and meaningful. The book is not the most popular, nor the most influential, it is simply the best-written...

Students for Students provides an opportunity for students to connect and talk about important topics related to mental health. For each meeting, the program will send out information on how to access the Zoom.

Students for Students provides support in our virtual world

By Andrew Chan, Editor-in-Chief February 17, 2021

Class discussions are now dark rectangles filled with names and muted red microphone symbols; lunch is no longer lively, just lonely; and the once crowded WCHS hallways are depressingly empty. With so...

The Smithsonian National Zoo has live cameras for several animal exhibits (https://nationalzoo.si.edu/webcams). Pictured here is a screenshot of the adorable baby panda Xiao Qi Ji sleeping on the stream.

Museums and zoos create new ways for the public to enjoy animal and art exhibits

By Andrew Chan, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2021

Multitudes of timeless paintings, rare animals and priceless gems have all gone untouched and unseen by the average person for months. No, they have not been hidden away or kidnapped, they have been closed...

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