Thousands protested in Jan. 2017 at what became known as the “Women’s March”. Many of the protesters also supported the Black Lives Matter movement. These protesters gathered at the monument to Christopher Columbus near the Capitol building in Washington, DC. The march was repeated this year, and again contained many protesters supporting the BLM movement, along with dozens of other causes.

With or Without White Allies – Racial Conflict in America

January 26, 2018

As a SENIOR at WHHS who has been here since seventh grade, I am no stranger to the diversity our institutions boasts, and rightfully so. Diversity...

Green Club works in the courtyard outside the Arts & Science building. The club meets to maintain the courtyard and its gardens.

Green Club gardens for WHHS

January 26, 2018

Green Club focuses on gardening at WHHS to keep the campus as green and beautiful as possible. SENIOR Anna Brooks, Co-president of the Green Club, said, “It...

The Bio-Eco Club meets in Schnure's room every Tuesday. The club focuses on community and local issues, and organizes Earth Jam.

Bio-Eco Club basks in outdoors

January 26, 2018

Bio-Eco Club is a student-driven club that aims to allow the WHHS community a greater opportunity to improve the environment and enjoy the outside world. ...

The WHHS Sustainability Club stand behind bins at the 2017 Flying Pig Marathon. The club covers many community events around Cincinnati.

WHHS goes green

January 26, 2018

A row of mannequins display dynamic dresses from Iris Van Herpen’s Crystallization collection at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Van Herpen combines everyday, unconventional materials and advanced technology to create innovative fashion pieces.

Cincinnati art museum exhibit makes best-dressed list

January 4, 2018

It is not everyday people see fashion pieces inspired by water, crows, industrial smoke, microorganisms, synesthesia, and mummification. But until Jan....

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