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Ben Reichard, BreAnna Winters, and Heidi Johnson. WL's New SBP!

2020-2021 SBP Interview

Leading responsibly, empowering students, and making a positive impact are just a few of the ways our new SBP plans to lead the students.
The Burger Gazette Staff May 15, 2020

Recently the Burger Gazette Staff had the opportunity to interview Ben Reichard, BreAnna Winters, and Heidi Johnson, the winners of this year's Student Body Presidency elections. We asked them questions...

How much do you love your country? And how much do you know about it?

How Well Do You Know the Constitution?

Sonya S Smith, Guest Writer May 11, 2020

We all probably know by heart the first line of our favorite novel, but how well do we know these words: "We the people of the United States..." The US Constitution is perhaps one of the most important...

How much do you pack into your day? Too much?

The 200% Day

Kay O'Very, Guest Writer May 11, 2020
And I don't know about you, but me, personally? Yeah, my days are, like, 200% full. Slightly insane. And not a recipe for happiness and relaxation and rejuvenation.
It isn't easy creating art, but with a little practice and hard hard you can make something amazing!

How-To Get Started In Visual Effects

Matt Curtis, Journalist May 6, 2020

Here I was, a twelve-year-old staring at my first visual effects rendering on my computer. I watched as the lightsaber I had added was wobbling and never staying on the hilt of the sword I had placed it...

Is learning Latin -a dead language- useless or useful? Comment your thoughts about it below!

Why Latin? Advantages To Learning A Dead Language

Liliana Owen, Journalist March 23, 2020

Have you considered learning Latin? Some might say that this is a futile mission, seeing that Latin is a dead language. However, I propose that learning Latin is a good idea, despite it's being "dead." Latin...

How are you feeling about midterms? Totally stressed? Totally cool? Comment below to let us know how you feel!

Midterms: Stressful Tests In The Middle Of The Semester

Liliana Owen, Journalist March 11, 2020
The last couple of weeks, I asked a few of my classmates the following questions: Are midterms stressful for you; how do you cope with midterms; how ready do you feel; what is the best part of midterms; what is the worst part of midterms; and, how do you celebrate afterwards?
Do you have a specific way of studying that has proven to be helpful to you? Share in the comments below!

Helpful Study Habits

Mackenzi Wilkerson, Journalist March 9, 2020

I’ve been in school for about eleven years now! I can remember my first day of high school and getting my homework and realizing that school was going to look different. One big change I had to learn...

The llama, the Williamsburg

Virtual Powers

The Day My Dreams Were Fulfilled
Liliana Owen, Journalist January 22, 2020
Then I got on my computer and went to my virtual math class, five minutes early (like always). Math class started a few minutes late (like always), and I survived the minute of silence (like always, thank goodness).
Mushrooms: The Super Food For Midterms

Mushrooms: The Super Food For Midterms

Liliana Owen, Journalist October 11, 2019
Everyone knows that mushrooms are disgusting .... right? Well, whether or not you like them fried, raw, on pasta, or not at all, mushrooms are little superheroes of health and goodness, hidden almost right before our eyes.
Have some thoughts on this recent Inspiration Hour? Share below in the comments!

Inspiration Hour With Mr Ure: The Phases of a Williamsburg Semester

Liliana Owen, Journalist September 23, 2019

On Friday, September 13th, Mr. James Ure joined us for Inspiration Hour to share with us “The Phases of a Williamsburg semester.” To start, he showed us a picture of himself when he graduated. You...

Lucas Reynolds

Farewell to Mr. Reynolds: Quiet Confident Optimism

Sophie S., Journalist May 2, 2019

We sit in classrooms, not the conventual sense, but through the highly debated blackboard and zoom rooms. From the outside, it may seem like a guarded way of learning, but our mentors have cultivated an...

The Phases of Life

The Phases of Life

Sophie S, Journalist March 25, 2019

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...

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