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The Presidency

The Presidency

Savannah Lorcher, Student Body President

April 21, 2019


Filed under Burger Universe, Features, Inspiration, Recent Articles, Relevant Articles, Senior Sentiments, Student Life, The Presidency, Top Stories

Williamsburg matters. But do we, Burgers, know that? As Student Body President, I have had the unique opportunity to view Williamsburg from a vantage point and observe the many working parts that make this school operate. Throughout my term as President I’ve learned that Williamsburg matters for different...

The Last Thoughts of a Graduating Senior

Jayden Longhurst, Journalist

April 15, 2019


Filed under Inspiration, Opinion, Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments, Student Life, Uncategorized

7 minutes?! Yes 7 minutes. It may sound long but this is the plea and the encouragement of one whose life Williamsburg has touched. This is a rare glimpse at the heart of one of Williamsburg's graduating seniors. It is hoped that this will change your outlook, should you watch this production in it's...

The Phases of Life

The Phases of Life

Sophie S, Journalist

March 25, 2019


Filed under Academics, Burger Universe, Features, Inspiration, Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments, Student Life

Graduation, the celebration that marks departing from one phase of life and entering another. Preschool and Kindergarten graduations pursed the heartstrings of parents as they mourned no longer having a ‘baby.’ Now, the real world is around the corner, putting student’s upbringing and education...

Both Sides of Endorsements

Both Sides of Endorsements

Korbin Peterson and Dallin Lutes

December 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Multimedia, Opinion, Political Commentary, Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments, Showcase, Student Life, The Presidency

This is where to go if you want to find all of the information on endorsements in one spot.

Conquering Your Fear of the Future

Conquering Your Fear of the Future

Katie F., Journalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features, Inspiration, Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments

“What do you want to be when you grow up?”  This has always been a question that causes me to panic and feel a gripping fear paralyzing my entire body. Why is it that so many of us feel angst about the future? For many of us, it is because we cannot predict it.  We only have a certain measure...

3 tips to Actually Get You Through High School

3 tips to Actually Get You Through High School

Rachelle P., Journalist

March 20, 2018


Filed under Academics, Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments, Student Life

Sometimes high school is really tough, and when you attend a rigorous online, leadership high school, it can be even more difficult. But never fear, because surviving high school is possible! I’ve gathered awesome tips from a handful of incredible Williamsburg seniors to help you not only survive but...

Who’s Afraid of the ACT?

Who’s Afraid of the ACT?

Abbie Craig, Journalist

April 20, 2015


Filed under Academics, Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments, Student Life

After taking the ACT for the fourth time, aiming for a specific score, I really started to wonder if my readiness for college, my scholastic career, and all of my abilities can be effectively summed up into one number. If you think about it, a person’s entire future can be affected by their ACT score....

Senior Moments

Senior Moments

Jason Beedle, Journalist

January 12, 2015


Filed under Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments

Becoming a senior and going through senior year in high school can sometimes feel like a hurricane swirling with research papers, projects, college applications, SATs, ACTs, SAT Subject tests, and assorted essays. Adding to this hurricane, no sleep and endless hours studying all come together to form...

Life As a Burger

Life As a Burger

Nick Lutes, Journalist, Editor, Publisher

November 15, 2014


Filed under Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments, Student Life

As we all know, Williamsburg is an amazing school, led by amazing mentors, and populated by amazing students. In many obvious ways, we are extremely different from other schools. But sometimes we might wonder if those differences will be good or bad when we leave high school. So, I asked a couple graduated...

The Still-Gangly-and-Awkward Senior Year

The Still-Gangly-and-Awkward Senior Year

Zina Card, Editor, Journalist

November 13, 2014


Filed under Recent Articles, Senior Sentiments

I didn't feel old until my Senior year hit. Do you know that feeling when you're busy and you blink, and it seems like time just flew by? Well that's what I feel like happened with my teenage years. Suddenly, my friends are getting married, going off to college, and mapping out their future. I knew this...

Senior Authority

Senior Authority

Emily Mueller, Journalist

October 1, 2014


Filed under Senior Sentiments

There is an odd feeling of authority that comes with being a senior in high school. As a junior, you go about your daily life, stress about those perfect junior-year grades, the SAT, the ACT, credits, and you try desperately to make it to the other side alive. When summer finally comes, a shift occurs;...

Bagels, the Zombie Apocalypse, and Other Reasons Why I Get Up in the Morning

Timothy de Laveaga

February 13, 2014


Filed under Senior Sentiments, Student Life

First off, props for clicking on this. That was very decent of you. Next, bagels. I mean seriously. Aren’t they the greatest? There is literally no situation where a bagel is not an amazing food choice. “Aha!” all you realists say, “I bet I could think of one.” Yeah, you probably could,...

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