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The Return of Germany’s Far Right

The Return of Germany’s Far Right

DJ Poulin '19, Staff Writer/Editor

When people think of nationalism in Germany, they think of a red flag with a black swastika. 70 years ago, Germany was rid of nationalism, but now, as Trump prepares for White House press conferences and Marine Le Pen eyes the French presidency, ...  Read More »

Feb 24 • No Comments

Controversial Writer Loses Job, Book Deal

Controversial Writer Loses Job, Book Deal

Ellie Wolfe '19, Managing Editor

On February 20th, provocative and controversial writer Milo Yiannopoulos lost his Simon and Schuster book contract and left his post at the alt-right news platform Breitbart News Network after comments surfaced in which he endorsed pedophilia. Yian...  Read More »

Feb 24 • No Comments

Sanctuary Status at Williston?

Sanctuary Status at Williston?

Sophia Schaefer '18, Staff Writer/Editor

Colleges and universities across the country have officially declared themselves sanctuary campuses for undocumented students in the wake of President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. And while the suggestion has come up at boarding school Phillips...  Read More »

Feb 10 • No Comments

  • Free Speech is a Right February 6, 2017
  • FBI Director Under Investigation January 26, 2017

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Speed and Humility a Winning Combination for Skier Devin DeVerry

Speed and Humility a Winning Combination for Skier Devin DeVerry

Matt Liebowitz, Willistonian Advisor

There are cars that shake and rattle at the speeds Devin DeVerry can reach on skis. At that velocity, upwards of 50 mph, the slightest misstep, the...  Read More »

Feb 27 • No Comments

Nate Balthazard to Bring Passion, Perseverance to Sacred Heart Football

Nate Balthazard to Bring Passion, Perseverance to Sacred Heart Football

Matt Liebowitz, Willistonian Advisor

It takes three words for Coach Jacob Rivers to sum up Nate Balthazard, to accurately encapsulate the Williston Northampton football player’s guts, grit,...  Read More »

Feb 9 • No Comments

Wins Stack Up for Girls Varsity Hockey

Wins Stack Up for Girls Varsity Hockey

Grace Quisenberry '17, Staff Writer/Editor

Williston girls’ hockey is dominating on the ice this year. They are also, undeniably, a family. “The girls are an awesome awesome group, and they’re...  Read More »

Feb 7 • No Comments

  • David Fitch Continues to Break Records February 7, 2017
  • Hunter Adams Marches Forth with 100th Wrestling Win January 28, 2017
  • Clemson Tigers Take Home College Football Trophy January 19, 2017

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Spirited Message of Inclusion, Belonging Kicks off Why Not Speak? Day

Spirited Message of Inclusion, Belonging Kicks off Why Not Speak? Day

Matt Liebowitz, Willistonian Advisor

Set aside the descriptors—gay, black, southern, Christian, preacher—and Reverend Erik Taylor Doctor’s...  Read More »

Feb 22

Internet Addicts Seek Care in Chinese Center

Internet Addicts Seek Care in Chinese Center

Ellie Wolfe '19, Managing Editor

Addiction comes in many forms. While many people are familiar with drug and alcohol addiction, the Chinese...  Read More »

Feb 21

It’s Time to Care

It’s Time to Care

DJ Poulin '19, Staff Writer/Editor

[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this opinion piece are the author's, and not necessarily repres...  Read More »

Feb 21

  • Put Your Phone Away February 17, 2017
  • Free Speech is a Right February 6, 2017
  • Gabby Record Makes a Mark on Williston Arts January 14, 2017
  • Lady Gaga Shares PTSD Experience with LGBT Youth December 9, 2016

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The oldest continuously published high school newspaper in America
The oldest continuously published high school newspaper in America