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COVID-19 Shoots Down the Spring Season

Wesley student athletes and coaches are disappointed spring season ended early because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Team bonding, the fun away-game road trips, and the sweet victory celebrations will not happen this spring. The...

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Since the outbreak of the corona virus has impacted at least 124,000 public and private schools and has affected at least 55.1 million students according to edweekly.org. Across the country, schools are closed. Many of the...

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Senior year cut short due to COVID-19

By Brielle Braxton-Young, The Whetstone It was supposed to be one of the best times of the school year for most college seniors. Some were either going to or coming back from spring break, and before they knew it, they were...

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COVID-19 Shoots Down the Spring Season

Wesley student athletes and coaches are disappointed spring season ended early because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Team bonding, the fun away-game road trips, and the sweet victory celebrations will not happen this spring. The...

COVID-19 Shoots Down the Spring Season

Wesley student athletes and coaches are disappointed spring season ended early because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Team bonding, the fun away-game road trips, and the sweet victory celebrations will not happen this spring. The...

The Co-editors of The Whetstone earned first place in the Delaware Press Association Communications Contest for their November, 2016 stories: "TITLE IX: STUDENTS CONCERNED PRESIDENTS HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF," by Griffith and Wilson and  "RAPE VICTIMS SHOULD'NT SUFFER MORE THAN RAPIST," by Wilson. The stories also won the National Federation of Press Women national awards.