The creative industry is often romanticized as a dream career path, but the reality is that pursuing a career as an artist can…
The women of Washington High School work actively to spur change in their communities and educate others.
Washington students Nina Rock and Saadhana Rajesh expand the boundaries of traditional art through crochet.
Due to the quickly spreading Omicron variant, many teachers are falling sick, resulting in staff shortages that negatively impact the teachers who are filling in as well as students’ learning.
Diwali is a festival celebrating the triumph of good over evil through traditions such as lighting diyas and setting off fireworks.
District wide effort led by the Core Literature Adoption Committee to introduce new concepts to classes.
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Washington freshmen Parneet Kaur and Nina Rock talk about how they maintained connections during the 2020-21 school year.
Sophomore Hanya Hussain, junior Fayha Kauser, and freshmen Asees Aulakh and Sneha Kamboj talk about picking up new hobbies during the 2020-21 school year.