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Zoe Weiler (’24) presents her workshop titled “The Choice of Being Human: The Future of Manipulating Genetics” June 5. Weiler said she selected the information to include in her workshop on the basis of what would be most “appealing and interesting” to the student body.
Students participate in Human Rights Symposium
Giulia Scolari, Features Editor: Online • June 11, 2024
Some teachers argue that cellphones distract students during class, making it challenging for students to learn. According to English Teacher Christopher Moore, following the English department cellphone policy of placing phones elsewhere allowed for deeper learning.
Students, teachers consider phone usage in class
Ayra Ansari, Reporter • June 14, 2024
PODCAST Continuous student anxiety triggers stress, panic
PODCAST Continuous student anxiety triggers stress, panic
Alessandro Arpaio, Mikhaeel Khamissa and Mymy Taymour May 24, 2024
VIDEO Q&A: Leaving teachers commemorate memorable moments
VIDEO Q&A: Leaving teachers commemorate memorable moments
Rina Kobayashi, Media Team • June 3, 2024
Head of School Matthew Horvat, Interim High School Principal Jack Phillips, Board of Trustees Chair Erin Roth and Lord Mayor of Westminster Robert Rigby present the Class of 2024 at the graduation ceremony June 8. Phillips said the Class of 2024 learned to harness each student’s unique differences into a unified asset. “The idea that they didn’t have school spirit started to change pretty quickly towards the end,” Phillips said. “Rather than seeing that as a deficit, they began to see their strengths and see that they really have a lot to offer.”
Class of 2024 graduates at Central Hall Westminster
Giulia Scolari, Features Editor: Online • June 11, 2024
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