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International Dateline

The Student News Site of Washington International School

International Dateline

The Student News Site of Washington International School

International Dateline

An event held by Acton Children’s Business Fair on May 19 at Friendship Heights in Chevy Chase, MD allowed kids of all ages to introduce their businesses to the community. (Selena Said/International Dateline)
Local Children’s Business Fair Allows Future Entrepreneurs to Shine
Selena Said, WIS News Editor • June 17, 2024

On May 19, children of all ages were given the opportunity to shine as entrepreneurs. The Acton Children’s Business Fair held in Chevy Chase, MD allowed kids to showcase their ideas and sell their products, training themselves for a future in business. From the friendly ambiance to the variety of the...

The completed foundation of Le Centre Brown, the science building in construction on the Tregaron campus. (Naomi Breuer/International Dateline)
Construction Chaos: Seniors Grapple With Distractions During IB Exams
Derin Kirtman, Publications Editor • April 21, 2024

After pushing through a grueling two-year program, IB students must take the culminating IB exams. These exams are extremely important, as they determine a student’s final IB score and collegiate future. The Class of 2024 is preparing for their upcoming...

WIS seniors partaking in the annual Valentines Day tradition. (Courtesy of Martina Tognato-Guaqueta/International Dateline)
WIS Traditions: Are They Still With Us?
Andrea Brudniak-Berrocal, Print Publications Editor/MS News Advisor
A view of the construction site of Le Centre Brown on May 1, 2024. (Lucy Randall/International Dateline)
Tregaron Construction: Everything You Should Know
Selena Said, WIS News Editor • June 17, 2024

June 2023 marked the start of construction for “Le Centre Brown”, the WIS Tregaron campus’s new science building. Once home to the Ulysses G. Auger II Field and Dacha, the area is now dominated by scaffolding frames and cranes. From losing home...

Jake Drimmer playing for GrandSlam Baseball in 2023. Drimmer has committed to play baseball at Oberlin College, beginning in the fall of 2024. (Courtesy of Jake Drimmer)
Jake Drimmer: A Family Legacy Fuels Oberlin's Newest Baseball Talent
Kas Salehi and Leonardo Sarzi Braga May 4, 2024
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
Uncompiled code from Chromium Open-source Project. (Anthony Zhuang/International Dateline)
Google Chrome is Spying on You
Anthony Zhuang, Staff Writer • May 4, 2024

Yes, you read that right: Chrome should be listed as spyware. Spyware is software that is designed to spy on you and steal your data. Google...

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An event held by Acton Children’s Business Fair on May 19 at Friendship Heights in Chevy Chase, MD allowed kids of all ages to introduce their businesses to the community. (Selena Said/International Dateline)
Local Children’s Business Fair Allows Future Entrepreneurs to Shine
Selena Said, WIS News Editor • June 17, 2024
Arvind Kejarawal, Chief Minister of Delhi, in a police van after his arrest. Kejarawal is the first sitting Chief Minister in India’s history to be arrested. (Courtesy of AP)
India Expected to Re-Elect Prime Minister Modi for a Third Term, Amid Democratic Concerns
Oliver Dashwood May 1, 2024