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Protesters march on Connecticut Avenue on March 2 in support of Palestine in the war between Israel and Hamas. Typically protests occur in downtown D.C., but this was an unusual occurrence as it was closer to the Israeli Embassy and Israeli Ambassador’s Residence. (Naomi Breuer/International Dateline)
Thousands of Protestors March for Palestine in Forest Hills
Naomi Breuer, Editor-in-Chief • April 5, 2024

A giant Palestinian flag hangs over the crowd as they make their way up Connecticut Avenue. A person with a loudspeaker on a truck leads a chant. Two men stand on the sidewalk selling T-shirts reading, “Free Palestine.” Two people dressed in traditional Orthodox Jewish attire stand on top of a bus...

On Jan. 16, inches of snow covered the Washington D.C. region. This occurrence led to the decision to close the WIS campuses for a couple of days and go forth with virtual learning. (Courtesy of Selena Said)
Sledding or Stressing: WIS Community Reflects on This Year’s Snow Days
Carolina Fournier Miranda and Selena Said March 24, 2024

During the week of Jan. 15, 2024, the WIS community experienced its first snow day in two years. Due to heavy snowfall, both campuses closed from Monday through Wednesday, and again on Friday of that same week. Nonetheless, WIS continued its classes over...

CEJA 2024: Connecting All Generations
CEJA 2024: Connecting All Generations
Charlotte Kaye, Staff Writer • March 10, 2024

WIS juniors Sofía Vakis and Celeste Martin were awarded the Community, Equity and Justice Award (CEJA). The award was created in 2020 by a WIS class of 2020 family  to encourage and raise awareness about social justice initiatives at WIS. Sponsored...

From left to right: Sophomores Patrick Kaufmann, Abigail Dauchy, and Senior Henri Greamo participating in their respective sports
The Unseen Sports of WIS: Highlighting the Athletes Beyond the Red Devils
Lucy Randall and Cate Taylor February 29, 2024
Eighth-grader Zaid Zamani after winning the Indoor Doubles Championship Hosted by Virginia Beach Tennis. (Courtesy of Zaid Zamani)
WIS's Zaid Zamani: D.C.'s Top Youth Tennis Talent
Leonardo Sarzi Braga, Multimedia Publications Editor • February 21, 2024
Sketch showing various defining aspects of Gen Z and the way the generation grew up, such as the use of social media and the overflow of information, things often taken by older generations as causes of Gen Z’s behavior and lifestyle. (Abhijit Bhaduri/Openverse)
Gen Z: Our Misunderstood Generation
Sophia Li, Staff Writer • April 4, 2024

Almost every teenager has heard the condescending and exaggerated stories that begin with “when I was your age…” repeated thousands of...

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Protesters march on Connecticut Avenue on March 2 in support of Palestine in the war between Israel and Hamas. Typically protests occur in downtown D.C., but this was an unusual occurrence as it was closer to the Israeli Embassy and Israeli Ambassador’s Residence. (Naomi Breuer/International Dateline)
Thousands of Protestors March for Palestine in Forest Hills
Naomi Breuer, Editor-in-Chief • April 5, 2024
Captain Cookies new location in Cleveland Park. (Oliver Dashwood/International Dateline)
New Captain Cookie Location Opens in Cleveland Park
Oliver Dashwood March 3, 2024

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