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Churchull K9 is seen brought together for their first day before senior year of high school on August 27, 2023. Theyre already seen being spirited before school even starts with the art on their cars.

The 2024 K9 brings school spirit to a new level

By Kendyl Groisser, Online Managing Editor October 5, 2023

Among many things, WCHS students pride themselves on having strong school spirit. With each Friday of the fall being a new spirit day for the Friday night football games, there has to be someone who leads...

A gender-neutral bathroom sign is posted in order to allow people who dont identify specifically as male or female.

LGBTQ+ students deserve more at WCHS

By Kendyl Groisser, Online Managing Editor June 6, 2023

In today's world, creating an inclusive and accepting environment is crucial. Students of all backgrounds, including those who identify as LGBTQ+, deserve a safe and supportive space to learn and grow....

One of the ways to celebrate Memorial Day weekend is to have a picnic outside.

Top 6 ways to celebrate Memorial Day weekend

By Kendyl Groisser, Online Managing Editor May 25, 2023

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of the summer season and is a time when friends and families gather to celebrate, relax and remember the soldiers who have fought to protect the United States....

Taylor Swift fans were outraged by the error message received on Nov. 15, 2022 when purchasing their tickets for her Eras Tours. Fans were excited to buy their tickets, but the Ticketmaster website shut down and restarted the customers in the queue.

Taylor fans can’t “shake off” Ticketmaster disaster

By Kendyl Groisser, Assistant Online Editor March 23, 2023

Many concert-loving fans have been recently outraged by one company: Ticketmaster. With constant freezes due to an overload of users, expensive prices and overall poor service, Ticketmaster is being smacked...

2021-22s Black History Month mural created by the iDream Churchill Club was created to spread awareness towards the WCHS students about African American history. It was made to show the importance of BHM and the many lives that have been impacted throughout the years.

iDream Churchill strives to commemorate Black history

By Kendyl Groisser, Assistant Online Editor March 21, 2023

Slavery, segregation and police brutality are all struggles that black Americans have faced throughout history and still face today. Black History Month (BHM) serves as a celebration of black culture and...

Mr. Miller Redden, a substitute teacher at WCHS, can recently be seen working on a law issue outside of his teaching at other high schools. He has been a substitute for WCHS for a while now and is always willing to help the students who come to him.

Behind the substitute: who are the people that come in to guest teach?

By Kendyl Groisser, Assistant online editor November 15, 2022

Substitute teachers are often the most underappreciated types of teachers in schools today. Most students will brush them off and ignore them, and not many will take the time to introduce themselves and...

Steve Lacy went on his Give you the World tour at the Baltimore Soundstage on October 13, 2022 for his newest album Gemini Rights.

“Give you the World” Tour: Steve Lacy comes to Baltimore

By Kendyl Groisser, Assitant Online Editor October 20, 2022

Steve Lacy has come to town! From having only a few popular songs to selling out multiple tour locations, Steve Lacy has become one of the most popular up and coming music artists. His fans have been awaiting...

The Spanish Honor Society comes together for their first meeting on Septemeber 28, 2022 to share the light. Together, the SPHS shares their culture with each other during their induction ceremony in WCHS cafeteria.

WCHS honor societies foster subject excellence and community

By Kendyl Groisser, Assistant Online Editor October 11, 2022

Honor and society on their own mean two entirely different things, but when brought together they create some of the most valued clubs at WCHS. Honor societies allow students to branch out, help others...

Olivia Rodrigo comes out with a documentary on March 25, 2022 explaining her hardships as a teen and her story as being a young celebrity.

Olivia Rodrigo’s documentary gives her avid fans a personal look into her life

By Kendyl Groisser May 6, 2022

Becoming a young celebrity can have its ups and downs especially when it means having your whole life online. Olivia Rodrigo, arguably the number one rising teen music artist, has come out with a documentary...

WCHS students in the Interact Club program came together in May of 2021 during COVID-19 to decorate a mural for Suburban Hospital for the pediatric center.

WCHS’s Interact Club gives back to the community

By Kendyl Groisser, Staff Writer March 8, 2022

WCHS is all about giving back to the community. Whether it is through volunteering outside of school or joining clubs to benefit those in need, helping others is important. MCPS implemented a Student Service...

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