Dr. Sefrit’s Big Finish

Dr. Sefrit’s Big Finish

Ashley Klein, Design Editor

October 1, 2014

Dr. Jim Sefrit, assistant head of school, will be rounding out his time at Westminster this year, or his eleventh “one,” as he affectionately calls it. According to Dr. Sefrit, he has begun each year at WCA not knowing if he would return for the next one, making his decisions one year at a time.... READ MORE »

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Seeking Shalom

Audrey O'Neill, Print Editor

The brutality of the Holocaust is sometimes hard to hear. Survivors recount stories of surviving off of grass for months after making their escape from the concentration camps....  Read More »

October 1, 2014

Students and Teachers Visit China to Set Up Relations with a Sister School

Megan Galvin, Editor-in-Chief

As a summer seminar first, seven students and two teachers embarked on an international journey that led them to Guangzhou, China. The team included juniors Katherine Galvin,...  Read More »

September 30, 2014

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Heroin: An Epidemic

Katherine Yenzer, Staff Writer

One hundred Americans per day die from a drug overdose according to recent statistics in the Washington Post. Heroin addiction is not a new problem, but the popularity...  Read More »

May 6, 2014

In the Eye of the Beholder

Elisabeth Harding, Staff Writer

Recently at Westminster and in Western culture in general, fake baking is all the rage. Fake baking, a colloquial term to describe the use of a tanning bed to tan skin instead...  Read More »

May 6, 2014

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Measure us by our desire to learn, not just the grades that we earn

Megan Galvin , Editor-in-Chief

Unlike Hester Prynne, for most students the scarlet letter that lends its shaming tinge to their life is the F, not the A. It is unfortunate that these letters, along with...  Read More »

October 1, 2014

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