Lights, Curtains, Cue Cappies!

Taylor Griffith, Co-Editor
December 10, 2012

When walking down the hall, a Westtown student may spot a few of their peers who are in the fall play, the musical, their acting class, or even in the drama club. They are the members of the student body who commit themselves to role-playing, get their thrills from being on stage, and practice their... Read more »

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Sarah Moldoff

Staff Writer

May 11, 2012

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Athlete Profile: Natalie McLaughlin

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Caroline Sullivan, Sports Writer
May 11, 2012

Natalie McLaughlin is a junior this year and one of the captains of the track team. She runs on the cross country team as well. Natalie specializes in the medium to long-distance events for the track team. The events she runs for track meets are the 400 and 4 x 400, 800 and 4 x 800, 1600 and occasionally... Read more »

Student Leader Election Results

Sarah Moldoff, Staff Writer
May 11, 2012

The student body has spoken, and the votes have been tallied up! Please join those of us in the Brown and White in congratulating all of our new student leaders! Student Body Presidents Sage Garrettson Will Manning   Work Program Heads Carolyn Beer Geoffrey Gaskins Em Jensen Nico Starr   Girls’... Read more »

Behind the Elections: Meet Our Student Body President Candidates

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Sarah Moldoff, Staff Writer
April 19, 2012

Student Body President Elections are held at Westtown every year. It is a time when a select few of our juniors step forward and dedicate themselves to the advancement of our community. Each candidate brings his or  her  unique skills and ideas to the table to help run Westtown smoothly. The candidates... Read more »

Behind the Scenes of Scenic Arts Design

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Sarah Moldoff, Staff Writer
February 26, 2012

In order to build a great set, one first has to have an understanding of the play. In order to build the set for the Upper School’s winter production of The Drowsy Chaperone, Teacher Anne Coleman went above and beyond. The main character of the play, called ‘Man in the Chair’ lives in an apartment... Read more »

Westtown Wins Nail-Biter Over FCS

February 10, 2012

The Friends School League semi-final game was played against Friends’ Central  at German Town Academy and boy was it a good one!  FCS is one of the best teams in the league but Westtown played hard and showed them that even if we aren’t in our gym its still our ‘Town. Our fans showed them... Read more »

Wuthering Heights: Book Review

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Sarah Moldoff, Staff Writer
February 7, 2012

Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights tells the story of Catherine Earnshaw and Heathcliff. The story begins in 1801, where Mr. Lockwood, the newest resident of Thurshcross Grange, is going to visit his land lord, Heathcliff. Although he gets a welcome that is anything but warm, Mr. Lockwood returns the... Read more »

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Sara Moldoff, Staff Writer
January 17, 2012

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Book Review: North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell

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Sarah Moldoff, Staff Writer
January 17, 2012

North and South is a novel written by Elizabeth Gaskell set in 19th century Britain. The heroine of the book is Margaret Hale, a southern lady who recently moved into the northern town of Milton. The move upturns both Margaret’s and her family’s lives. We’re brought into her dilemma of sympathizing... Read more »

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