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Too Short Skirts, Shirts Untucked; What to Wear to School

Evelyn S.

October 11, 2018

Clothing can help students express their personalities, but many think the dress code limits students from wearing what they would like to wear to school. Others think that the dress code is flawless, and it isn’t too strict...

Netflix: I’ll Just Watch One More

Janine H., Staff Writer

October 3, 2018

Netflix is one of the biggest trends in the middle school, as many students spend hours watching their favorite shows almost every day. According to a survey of middle students where 48 students replied, about half enjoy watching...

Fun in the Sun: The First Week Off-Campus Trips

Zach H., Staff Writer

October 1, 2018

On Thursday, August 16, students from each grade and gender left the middle school for a fun day of off-campus trips. They went to places all over Georgia and did activities such as kayaking in Dahlonega to seeing the Birds of...

Wildcats’ Favorite Atlanta Attractions

Vincent B., Staff Writer

September 19, 2018

Living in Atlanta, middle school students have many places to go during their free time or over the weekends. By far their favorite location is Mercedes-Benz Stadium. In close second is the World of Coca-Cola. Similarly, sixth grade boys Brand M. and Alex N. both ...

Where Do all the Wildcats Go After School?

Rhodé O., Staff Writer

September 14, 2018

When the 2:45 bell rings, middle school students branch out across campus. Some go to sports practice and after school activities, some go to office hours or study hall, and some just go home Forty-five seventh grade students...

Sixth Grade: A Transition to Middle School

Zach H., Staff Writer

September 12, 2018

With the first few weeks of middle school completed, the sixth graders are beginning to settle in and get comfortable with their new environment. The increase in homework is a challenge, as is the accelerated academic expectations. James...

Recess Hot Spots and Activities

George M, Staff Writer

September 12, 2018

Westminster is not just a place where students grind in the classroom, it is also a place where students have fun. The Amphitheater, Zakas Courtyard, Locker Commons, and Broyles Field are all places to hang out, play basketball...

What is the True Meaning of Labor Day?

Evelyn S., Staff Writer

September 12, 2018

 Who doesn’t love an extra day off of school, especially a Monday? Most schools have the first Monday of September off for Labor Day. Many people focus on the day off and don’t understand the actual meaning of this holiday....

Campus Center Buzz

Will R., Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

The Campus Center seems to be a popular place for the middle schoolers after lunch and school. Seventh graders get one day a week after lunch to visit this space in Broyles that is for hanging out and buying food. Seventh grade...

Learning to Be Free

Victor H., Staff Writer

May 18, 2018

During the week of April 12, Freedom from Chemical Dependency facilitators came to teach students of the middle school about intelligent and healthy choices for drug and alcohol use. As Mr. Will Straughan and Mrs. Sarah Burrell had previously been addicts, their exp...

Teens and Sleep: From A to Zzzzzzz

Brooks P., Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

Sleeping is considered to be one of the biggest necessities for teenagers. The average teen sleeps about seven and a half hours each night, about one and a half hours less than the preferred nine. The National Sleep Foundation...

Camps: Summer Fun for Students

Ethan R., Staff Writer

May 10, 2018

Students attend different camps all over the world, whether an overnight or a day session. Camps all around the world have many activities for the campers, including a mud run, obstacle courses, zip lines, and ropes courses. S...

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