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 »
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.
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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 »
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 tiniest caught edge, can lose a race, and knock even the most experienced athlete off balance.
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Williston students sang from The Lion King, danced to Footloose, and came together as a community in the chapel on February 16th for the Winter Choral Coffeehouse. For the first time in recent memory, Williston’s choral groups, the Caterwaulers, Wi... Read More »
It was 9:30 p.m. on a Saturday night. I just finished a slice of pepperoni pizza and was sitting in front my desk, staring at the blank screen of my laptop. Waves of regrets and anxiety overwhelmed me as I felt the fullness of my stomach. Why did I a... Read More »
The annual Middle School Science Fair was held on February 23, 2017. Seventh and eighth grade students presented their projects about life science (grade 7) and physical science (grade 8). The Willistonian asked some of the students to explain their pr... Read More »