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Unwelcome Guests Crash Girls Locker Commons

Helen S., Staff Writer

May 9, 2018

At Westminster, when you think of the locker commons, you think of a place just for the members of your grade and gender--a place where you can catch up with your friends and eat your snacks. But now, for the second time, some uninvited...

Field Day Fun!

Skylar P., Staff Writer

May 7, 2018

Middle School students look forward to one day almost as much as the final day of school—Field Day! This year’s competition is Friday, May 11. Students are split into teams by advisement and spend the day competing in different...

Chapel Council: Quiet Creators of MS Assemblies

Alex L., Staff Writer

May 2, 2018

With the final assembly of the year upcoming on May 4, some Chapel Council members recalled what the group has accomplished during the year. Chapel Council plays a huge role in organizing assemblies. Toby L., a Chapel Council lead, said, “We plan and work very hard to meet the deadlines of ea...

Next Year: Tips For a Fresh Start

Jordan S., Staff Writer

April 30, 2018

Have you struggled with the workload of school? It is close to the end of the school, and as students move up, this advice might help for the next year. Listen to find out some of the tips and tricks that Middle Schoolers use...

Where We Dropping? Fortnite Hottest Game in the Nation

David M., Press Writer

April 27, 2018

“Where we dropping?” is a common phrase heard at the beginning of a match when playing Fortnite with friends. Across all platforms, Epic Games has registered 3.4 million Fortnite players around the world. Darren Slugg designed Fortnite and released the game on July ...

MS Students, Faculty Fallin’ to Pollen

Daniel W., Staff Writer

April 27, 2018

It's yellow and annoying, and according to the CDC, over 6 million children in the U.S. are affected by it. Merriam-Webster defines pollen as a mass of microspores in a seed plant appearing usually as a fine dust. According...

Live Life to the Fullest: Middle School Bucket Lists

Katherine Y., Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

With spring break behind us and summer to look forward to, many students are discovering newly found adventurous goals to accomplish in the future. Whether it’s jumping out of an airplane or doing kind things for others, middle...

You Are What You Eat

Ruthie H., Staff Writer

March 21, 2018

  Some say an apple a day keeps the doctor away. “To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art," said Francois de La Rouchefoucald, a French writer. Have you ever wondered what middle school students eat in a day and do they even care about the nutritional values of the food they are eating? According to the C...

Seeing Double in the Middle School

Ella F. and Virginia M., Staff Writers

March 8, 2018

Westminster has a whopping 14 sets of twins in the middle school! Is it fun to share experiences all day, everyday, with someone else in your family? Listen to this story to find out more about the life of a twin.

Students Go For Gold in Reading Olympics

Nicholas H., Staff Writer

March 8, 2018

On Tuesday, March 6, Westminster had its own medal ceremony where many walked away with gold, silver and bronze medals made in our own STEAM lab. During the month of February, middle schoolers competed in the Reading Olympics. Based off the Pyeongchang Olympics, the Reading Olympics had different even...

Talent Show: Best of the Best

Ella W. and Cate S., Staff Writers

March 5, 2018

With the Talent Show coming up in Kellett Theatre on Thursday, March 8, many students in the Middle School are eager to watch or perform. Listen to this story to get a preview of the 2018 Middle School Talent Show.

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