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WS Population Numbers Decrease

Calvin Wilder, Editor
May 28, 2015

Bigger is sometimes better. The outgoing class of 2015 is about 120 kids larger than the incoming class of 2019, and some serious adjustments... READ MORE »»

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No Parking

Sonia Chulaki, Staff Writer
May 28, 2015

All student drivers have experienced it—you’ve got only a few minutes to spare before class starts and you’re so close, but alas,... READ MORE »»

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Baltimore: Racial tension raises conversation close to home

Christine Wittich, Oracle Editor
May 26, 2015

At the end of April, several Baltimore neighborhood went up in flames. Residents were protesting the death of Freddie Gray while in... READ MORE »»

Caption: Jesse Langley, now WS Safety & Security Assistant, was recruited into the Metropolitan DC Police Department in the 1970s and worked on the force almost 25 years. He said he observed racism on both sides of the blue line.

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Pimp my school: Spartan Edition

Sydney Spicer, Oracle Editor
May 26, 2015

Friday, April 17 was a day of beauty. For WS’s Spring Beautification Day, hundreds of students from WS and the surrounding community... READ MORE »»

Caption: Students improved many areas but mainly focused on the front gardens and Spartan Park.

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Silence speaks louder than words

Ariana Urias, Oracle Editor
May 26, 2015

Silence can sometimes be louder than words. This was the case two weeks ago, as just over 200 WS students participated in the Day of... READ MORE »»

Caption: Junior Jimmy Quifille (left) and sophomore Edler Lopez wear red to show their support for LGBTQ rights. Many other Spartans joined them. Posters in the cafeteria promote the Silence.

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It’s time for Calvin and…Pabs?

Calvin Wilder and Pablo Suarez, Oracle Staff Writers

Calvin and Hobbes may be the most beloved children’s cartoon of all time, but that won’t stop us from making a mediocre pun and creating a column to profit off of its... read story

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The early bird gets the spot

Nora Boyle, Scoop Editor

You leave your house at 6:20 a.m., but school starts at 7:20. You pull up to Rolling Road at 6:30, still 50 minutes before school starts, and there is not a parking spot in... read story

May 26, 2015 • 0 comments

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Skills and goals

Rosa Jang, Entertainment Editor

While most of us are unsure of what we want to do with our future, senior Jinju Tak and junior Gaby Quezada have their futures all planned out. Taking vet technician and cosmetology... read story

June 10, 2014 • 0 comments

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You’ve Got Mail

TJ Gleason, Page 1 Editor

As technology and methods of communication have improved, so has the ability of colleges to enter the homes of students in order to promote their school and encourage students... read story

May 28, 2015 • 0 comments

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Physics undergoes changes

Allison O’Rourke, Scoop Editor

The class that studies the notion of roller coaster is experiencing its own twists, turns and ups and downs. Many juniors have suffered through AP level physics courses without... read story

May 1, 2015 • 0 comments